Maximize the performance of your geospatial workflow

HP’s expanded portfolio of DesignJet and PageWide XL printers deliver the high-quality results you demand while also providing you with greater flexibility. Choose the printer that meets your specific application needs, typical print volumes, ideal speeds, and more.

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Land, demographic, and natural resource cartography; photogrammetric engineering; and remote sensing


Mapping, utility systems, telecom, and infrastructure planning


Business, geo-marketing, and land planning GIS

Experience superior performance with HP Z Workstations

Whether performing spatial and spectral analysis, collaborating from the field with your mobile device, or printing detailed maps, HP Z Workstations and HP DesignJet printers are a high performing end-to-end solution for geospatial professionals.

Streamline workflow with customized solutions


HP Alliances

HP works closely with leading design application companies to deliver a range of dynamic workflow solutions.


Have you seen the maps? Could you tell us whether they are original ones or copy? That is the best proof that HP DesignJet reached the best level

—Manuel Ma Lejarreta, secretary general, Fundación Consejo España – Estados Unidos (Exhibit organizer)

Discover more about HP large-format printing

1 Compared to large-format inkjet printers under $25,000 for graphic applications. Based on the fastest rated color speeds as published by manufacturers as of January 2010. Test methods vary.
2 Fastest based on internal HP testing and methodology compared to alternatives for large-format printing of technical documents, GIS maps, and point-of-sale (POS) posters under $200,000 USD as of March, 2015. Production costs savings based on comparison to a setup consisting of one monochrome LED printer and one color production printer, both under $150,000 USD, as of April, 2015. Production costs consist of supplies and service costs, printer energy costs, and operator costs. For testing criteria, see
3 Mechanical printing time. Printed in Fast mode with Economode on, using HP Bright White Inkjet Paper (Bond) and Original HP inks. Measured on a 60-in printer.
4 HP DesignJet printers are not designed to use continuous ink systems. HP DesignJet printers are designed for ink cartridges to be used until they are empty. Refilling cartridges prior to depletion might cause the printer to fail, and voids the HP printer and HP ink cartridge warranty.