AerialSphere: Looking Back at 2022 and Ahead to 2023
AerialSphere has had quite the year. From improving internal processes, developing new technologies, and hiring new staff to push our services, 2022 was an impressive year.
The most prominent focus for AerialSphere this year was its partnership with Esri. AerialSphere’s trailblazing efforts to bring oriented imagery to GIS users are impressive, and the technological advances made this year should be highlighted. They gave customers the
ability to seamlessly overlay their GIS data on top of AerialSphere imagery and created the Multi-OIC Viewer: a widget that allows multiple types of oriented imagery catalogs to be viewed on a single map. To grow the exposure of their new offerings, AerialSphere attended five GIS-related conferences and presented at four of them in order to educate others on their new technology.
In addition to the strides made in their Esri offering, AerialSphere continued to make improvements to XP360, their proprietary imagery, and mapping software. AerialSphere’s goal is to position XP360 as a marketing tool anyone can use easily. Much of 2023 will be focused on further enhancements, including prioritizing the creation of a no-code environment for XP360. Stay tuned for more updates on this soon.
AeiralSphere’s imagery is continuously improving, expanding, scaling, and updating, and in 2022 they saw considerable improvements. From faster quality checks to improvements to our patented imagery processing software improving their software behind the scenes, AerialSphere is ready to push into more imagery enhancements in 2023.
On the sales side, AerialSphere pushed to get their new technology into the hands of more users. Building awareness for the latest products is key, and the large amounts of meetings and demonstrations this year have paid off. The snowball effect of new partnerships and sales is already coming to fruition, and they are excited to see where it takes them in 2023.
Complimenting the large sales push, AerialSphere began aggressively taking to social media. They revamped their platforms and launched campaigns featuring company photos, demos, and incredible AerialSphere imagery. Their email efforts were also kicked up a notch, as the new marketing team found innovative ways to draw attention to their offerings.
Looking ahead to 2023, AerialSphere will take its momentum from the end of 2022 and keep pushing. They have many exciting new products, features, and enhancements that they are excited to share with the world. AerialSphere’s first stop to showcase its technology will be at GeoWeek in February 2023 followed shortly after by attendance at the Esri Federal Conference. Stay tuned for more updates on future conferences they will be attending and all of their new exciting technology set to launch this coming year.
AerialSphere is the only company to combine 360-degree aerial imagery with location data, giving companies new vantage points to make better-informed decisions. Built upon nearly a decade of research and patented technological innovation, AerialSphere is changing how companies plan, develop and market their properties, products, and services.
Our dedication to innovation has positioned us as a driving market force in a number of industries including real estate, government, retail, insurance, and entertainment. AerialSphere has been trusted by four of the top five commercial real estate brokerages and continues to be recognized for its innovative technology.
To learn more about AerialSphere, visit aerialsphere.com.