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Secure. Enhanced. Scalable. GEEP is supported Google Earth Enterprise for your mission's success.

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Maintenance and Support

  • Ongoing bug and error fixes
  • Security patches
  • Coordination between Open Source and Platform roadmaps
  • Technical Support available 24x7

Core

  • Secure Technical Implementation Guide (STIG)
  • Cloud deployment and scalability
  • Fully tested and documented
  • 100% review of all open code contributions

Enhanced Features

  • Automated imagery updates to your globe, integration with your local data, and the ability to cut a globe section and take it 100% offline
  • Historic imagery display
  • New server user interface and tools
  • Support for 1cm image and 7.5cm digital surface models, capable of daily refresh

GEEP is an official, supported version of Google Earth Enterprise with enhanced features and security for critical mission operations.

iSpatial emergency

Highly performant, scalable geospatial toolsets are a critical component to a modern program technology portfolio. Combining smooth performance, a familiar and intuitive interface, and private imagery/content is not only what users expect, but what they demand. GEEP is based on the world's most popular and widely used open source geospatial toolset, Google Earth Enterprise, combining private data hosting, imagery and content fusion, and portability in one secure package. With a global base of millions of users, Google Earth Enterprise is the open source solution for private geospatial content.

GEEP is an official, supported version of Google Earth Enterprise with enhanced features and security for critical mission operations.

Per GENSER Organizational message 141715Z DEC 17 NGA has formally rescinded the Google Earth NSGD 1501 Action; Google Earth is sustained by NGA’s GVS Program Office via the Google Earth Enterprise Platform for the IC and DoD communities.

Technical Specifications

Hardware Requirements

  • Minimum 2 dual-core Intel or AMD CPUs; 2.0 GHz or higher recommended.
  • Minimum 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM for Red Hat Enterprise Linux); 8 GB RAM (or more) per core recommended for Fusion.
  • Minimum 500 GB of total hard disk storage.
  • A graphics card with at least 64 MB video RAM (NVIDIA GeForce4 or higher preferred for Fusion GUI). You can install this graphics card in a separate workstation that accesses Fusion.

Note: If you plan on cutting globes, this processing can be CPU-intensive and you may also need to plan on providing more storage depending on the size of the globes.

Software Requirements

Operating Systems

Google Earth Enterprise is supported only on the 64-bit versions of the operating systems listed below.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x and 7.x, including the most recent security patches
  • CentOS 6.x and 7.x
  • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 16.04 LTS

Browsers

Google Earth Enterprise is supported on the following browsers on all operating systems:

  • The latest version of Google Chrome
  • The latest version of Mozilla Firefox

However, Google Earth Enterprise should work with any modern browser.

Google Earth Enterprise Client (EC)

The following versions of Google Earth Enterprise Client (EC) are recommended to be used with Google Earth Enterprise:

  • Version 5.x, use Google Earth EC version 7.0 or later
  • Version 4.4, use Google Earth EC version 6.1 or later

Google Earth Enterprise Client (EC) is supported on the following platforms:

  • Windows/Mac/Linux