Our customers

We work with a wide range of both public and private sector customers across a diverse range of sectors and industries. Our data can help our customers streamline their projects, accessing valuable site information from their desktops saving considerable time and money.

Our Partners

We collaborate and partner with some of the most innovative and progressive companies across the globe, from Hexagon and ESRI to Ordnance Survey and Skyline. We are also licensed re-sellers for other geospatial products from companies and organisations including Cranfield, BGS, JBA and Twinn.

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Our cameras and Sensors

We operate a range of aircraft and sensors including three Ultracam Eagle Mark 3s, two CityMappers which allow the simultaneous collection of vertical and oblique imagery, as well as LiDAR data, and a Galaxy LiDAR which is mounted with a thermal sensor and survey grade camera.

These systems put us in the enviable position of being able to provide customers with unique and cost-effective geospatial solutions.


Bluesky is proud to be a member of leading industry organisations including EAASI, the British Cartographic Society and AGI.

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Customer Testimonials

“Now that Bluesky has captured, and continues to maintain, high-quality DSM data for the whole of the Republic of Ireland, we can rely on them for the instant provision of accurate and up-to-date datasets.”

Luis Dominguez, Senior GIS Analyst at Macro Works

“I have always been impressed with the professionalism we receive from Bluesky; from the initial quote all the way through to receiving the data and all special requests are accommodated, especially additional details.”

Paul Thornborough, BIM Manager at Buttress Architects

“Using the National Tree Map™ data we could see how much coverage we were missing when using just the national forest inventory. There is absolutely no way we could have got this level of detail without the NTM™.”

Dr Cat Scott from the University of Leeds