Visibird is the last trend in geomatics products and visual analysis experience company. Visibird works with high spatial and spectral resolution images and 3D landscape/cityscape visualisations to adjust the accuracy to customer needs. Visibird offers traditional and innovative ways to analyze the goeinformation with the last observation technology experience.
The beginnings of Visibird were nested in 2004 when a group of investigators created EPRU (Urban Remote Sensing Team) inside the Land policy and valuations Center, from Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Barcelona, Spain). Then a team was joined with the same aim, to show the value of our investigations based on Remote sensing and GIS analysis applied to environmental and urban studies to the world.
In 2013 Visibird has come with more ambitious objectives than ever, keeping the original philosophy and taking profit of the broader experience of its rejoined team, now we offer great products and services based on geomatics information to observe and analyze this valuable information with the last visual technology experience.
One of our goals is to satisfy our customers’ needs. This can be achieved by active participation and dedication of specialized staff in the company. Our fundamental goal is to build a strong relationship with our customers based upon mutual respect, integrity and honesty. This is characterized by effective, fast response to customers’ needs and by a commitment to provide them with the best quality of service.
In Visibird, we are seeking to provide a quick professional, accurate and effective way of resolution of problems up to the customer’s satisfaction. We always do our best to meet our customer’s expectations of high quality, service and support.
The overall objective of Visibird is to encourage knowledge, innovation and research, new information and communication technologies for monitoring and managing the Earth working in different sectors:
Exploring types and characteristics of urban and land development.
Evaluating the effectiveness of energy conservation.
Modeling and mapping of environmental and ecological impact.
Identifydifferent characteristics of land cover and diversity of land use.
Interacting with virtual and augmented reality applications.
Examining the strength and limitations of earth observation