EagleView, an aerial imagery and computer vision analytics, announced the official opening of its new international office in Bengaluru. The company has plans to leveraging India's strong technical and entrepreneurial talent pool to fuel the company's continued global expansion.
Rishi Daga, CEO at EagleView, said, "EagleView has always had a culture of delivering innovation through the hustle, hard work, and raw potential of our people and we view Bengaluru as a catalyst for this continued innovation. We are excited to establish our largest R&D centre to further expand our capabilities in the areas of cloud services, computer vision, machine learning, and aerial imagery in Bengaluru."
Prasan Sathyamoorthy, General Manager at EagleView India, said, "My colleagues and I are proud to be part of EagleView, where we have unique opportunities to work on groundbreaking technologies like machine learning, computer vision, drone flight automation, and SaaS solutions in order to digitize workflows. Not only is EagleView revolutionizing aerial imagery and virtual inspections, but our work can help improve and even save lives by contributing to critical disaster response efforts."
Located within Bengaluru's Pritech Park special economic zone (SEZ), EagleView India's new office joins the company's existing locations in Bellevue, Washington, Rochester, New York, and Perth, Australia, as a world-class facility that will be staffed with leading software engineering talent. EagleView plans to create 500 new jobs in Bengaluru within the next year, where teams will be charged with researching and developing new products.
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