Pix4D is reinforcing its presence in APAC, moving its Tokyo office which opened in 2019 to Shibuya Jinnan to accommodate the expansion process. Pix4D will be working closely with its local partners to meet the growing regional demand for its photogrammetry and image analytics solutions. This office will also collaborate closely with the Pix4D Shanghai office to best serve China as well as other countries across Oceania, East, South and Southeast Asia.
With the diversification of Pix4D’s product portfolio to meet the specific needs of industries like surveying & mapping, inspection, construction, agriculture, and public safety, it is only natural for the organization to expand its reach. In the last year, Pix4D has announced the standalone cloud platform Pix4Dcloud, the specialized large scale mapping software Pix4Dmatic as well as the powerful inspection combination of Pix4Dscan and Pix4Dinspect. Pix4D’s latest product, the 3D-scanning app Pix4Dcatch, has already been used by the prestigious Tokyo University of Agriculture for research.
“We are excited for this next stage of Pix4D’s development in some of the largest economies in the world. We have evolved over ten years to have a variety of products and are continuously investing to develop next-generation photogrammetry and analytics tools,” says Christoph Strecha, Founder and CEO of Pix4D. “We look forward to strengthening our collaboration with our existing local partners and clients in the APAC region and developing new partnerships and synergies.”
“Our new office and expanded team in Tokyo present a unique opportunity to be closer to our customers, and help even more businesses and users adopt Pix4D products and services in Japan and the APAC region,” adds Matteo Gismondi, Regional Manager of the APAC office.
Pix4D (pix4d.com) develops cutting-edge software that converts images taken by hand, drone, or plane into accurate and georeferenced survey-grade 2D mosaics, 3D models, and point clouds. Founded in 2011, Pix4D is rapidly expanding from its headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, to offices in Berlin, Madrid, Denver, San Francisco, Shanghai, and Tokyo.