Malaysia Airports turns to GeoEye for data to meet ICAO standards

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US company GeoEye, which provides satellite and aerial-based geospatial information, has delivered a database of high-resolution imagery of Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

The database was delivered to Malaysia Airports, says GeoEye, adding that it meets the new ICAO area two and area three reporting requirements.

The database can create three-dimensional models of the airport, terrain and any other safety obstacles, it says.