Space Imaging announced today that it has signed a reseller agreement with Spot Asia.ÊSpot Asia, based in Singapore, is a subsidiary of Spot Image of Toulouse, France. Under the terms of this reseller agreement, Spot Asia will gain access to Space Imaging’s portfolio of digital Earth products and services, including high-resolution IKONOS satellite imagery. Spot Asia will sell to the Southeast Asian region.

“We are pleased to add Spot Asia to our global network of more than 250 resellers,” said John Copple, CEO of Space Imaging. “Together, we lead the remote sensing industry, and Space Imaging will continue to build solid customer relationships to mainstream our products in the global marketplace.”

“We welcome the opportunity to leverage our broad customer base with Space Imaging’s valuable resource of sensors” said Weng Kee Foo, general manager for Spot Image Asia. IKONOS products will widen the range of our multi-source offerings including high resolution data and products. Our customers will directly benefit from using IKONOS imagery for applications such as forestry, fire and ecosystems; national and global security; airports and harbors; and local, regional and federal governments.”

About Spot Asia

Spot Asia, a subsidiary of Spot Image France, created in 1991 has a long experience in marketing multi-source satellite imagery in Asian countries. Spot Asia distributes a wide range of geographic information products and services derived from data acquired by SPOT, ERS, Radarsat and VHR satellites. With the launches of Envisat and SPOT 5 scheduled early in 2002, the company will further extend its multi-sensor and multi-resolution offering and strengthen its market position. For more information, visit Spot Asia’s Web site at

About Space Imaging
Space Imaging is a leading supplier of visual information products and services derived from space imagery and aerial photography. The company launched the world’s first one-meter resolution, commercial Earth imaging satellite, IKONOS, on Sept. 24, 1999. Other products are produced from the Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites, U.S. Landsat, Canada’s RADARSAT and the European Space Agency’s ERS satellites. Space Imaging also delivers aerial-derived imagery products collected by its own Digital Airborne Imaging System (DAIS-1″). For detailed information about Space Imaging, visit its Web site atÊ