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EagleView Unveils Developer Portal to Enhance Geospatial Intelligence Integration
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EagleView Unveils Developer Portal to Enhance Geospatial Intelligence Integration
by Jay Smith
Washington DC (SPX) Nov 16, 2023

EagleView, a leader in geospatial intelligence and analytics, has announced the launch of EagleView Developer, a new portal designed to streamline access to the company's APIs and developer resources. This innovative platform marks a significant advancement in the utilization of EagleView's comprehensive geospatial intelligence solutions, offering a single point of access for developers.

EagleView Developer emerges as a curated experience, equipped with a suite of tools including use cases, developer guides, an expanding API catalog, and a partner dashboard. This setup is geared towards facilitating testing environments and enhancing the ease of application development. The integration of security and authentication requirements further underscores the platform's robustness.

Tripp Cox, CTO of EagleView, emphasized the platform's potential, stating, "EagleView Developer is a powerful leap forward in the quality and breadth of geospatial intelligence available for solution developers." The platform is envisioned to be a leading resource, empowering users with the ability to embed powerful property insights into their platforms.

The portal addresses the needs of various professionals, such as architects, engineers, and developers, enabling them to:

+ Derive enhanced insights for informed decision-making, backed by precise geospatial measurements and analytics.

+ Foster innovation with advanced geospatial data solution tools, guides, and documentation, which are aimed at facilitating seamless integrations.

+ Utilize a self-serve model for generating user credentials and accessing test data, thereby reducing dependency on additional support.

EagleView Developer stands out with its user-friendly interface, incorporating industry-standard features like sandbox environments, app approval processes, and comprehensive, continuously updated documentation. These features are meticulously designed to deliver a superior customer experience. With this portal, developers across various industries can now craft customer-centric solutions, leveraging the world's largest library of highly accurate spatial data.

For over 25 years, EagleView has been at the forefront of providing insightful geospatial intelligence. Their offerings, ranging from roof pitch analysis to detailed property risk assessments, cater to a wide array of industries. The depth and precision of their geospatial data and analytics open up a myriad of possibilities for productive analysis and application development.

Jamison Shaver, EagleView's Chief Product Officer, shared, "EagleView Developer represents our commitment to innovating and expanding our capabilities, by providing our partners with the tools, insights, and perspectives necessary to build a better, more sustainable and informed world together." This statement reflects EagleView's ambition to empower organizations globally, facilitating informed decision-making and driving innovation in the realm of spatial data interaction and analysis.

In conclusion, EagleView Developer is more than just a new product launch; it is a testament to EagleView's ongoing dedication to enhancing geospatial intelligence and its application across various industries. This platform is set to transform how organizations access and utilize spatial data, fostering a new wave of innovation in geospatial technology application development.

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