North Carolina Outer Banks

Hurricane Florence Is on the Way. We’re Here for You.

September 11, 2018

Hurricane Florence is expected to touch down this week, and EagleView has you covered.

The National Hurricane Center has declared Hurricane Florence a Category 4 event, with wind speeds of up to 130 miles per hour. Hurricane Florence is expected to touch down on the East Coast, north of Georgia. The states of Virginia, West Virginia, and North and South Carolina are expected to face the majority of the storm’s impact; other areas may also be affected.

We’re here to support you before, during, and after the event with our image capture, data analysis, insurance claims, and property measurement services.

North Carolina Outer Banks

We’re armed and ready.

We’re ready to fly post-event to capture high-resolution imagery using multiple capture platforms—fixed wing and drone—to support every solution imaginable.

We are monitoring the storm.

As we prepare to deploy image capture assets, our in-house meteorologist and storm response team are tracking the storm.

We meet the demand that no other data provider can.

We have the ability to turn more than 30,000 roof reports in a 24-hour period and use machine learning to aid in early damage detection.

We’re working faster than ever.

We will analyze change as soon as imagery becomes available to help our customers determine where help is needed most. We’re also ready to prepare your aerial measurements to help you bid early.

We have the Southeast covered.

We have current imagery of major metro areas and beyond throughout the region available as well as historical imagery dating back to the early 2000s.

We’ll keep you updated on Hurricane Florence and our storm response efforts. Our thoughts are with those affected by the storm at this time.

Questions?

Please contact Customer Service or your EagleView rep with any questions you may have at this time.

For media inquiries, please contact Melissa Mazurek at 585-444-2504 or melissa.mazurek@eagleview.com.

 

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