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How GIS Departments Can Change a Worldview

Monday, June 12th, 2017

When it comes to aerial imagery, government GIS departments tend to take a top-down approach. In other words, orthogonal imagery fits the bill when they view their town, city, or county.

While orthogonal imagery is a vital resource for all types of departments, oblique imagery is also beneficial. Oblique aerial images, which are captured from a 40- to 45-degree angle, make object recognition easier, especially when that object can also be viewed from all four cardinal directions.

Take this overhead shot of a building. It may look like an ordinary building. However, it’s difficult to tell what those arches are over the top.

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Aerial Imagery from Far and Wide: A Story Map

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

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Each month at EagleView®, we share an image from our annual Pictometry® calendar on our blog. For the 2016 calendar, we selected 12 of our favorite aerial images out of more than 28 million captured in the 2014-2015 season.

Our 2016 calendar displays the diverse terrain found all across North America: deserts and mountains, canals and lakes, farmlands and cityscapes, islands and ocean bays.

Seeing one aerial photograph per month is one way to experience the spectacular Pictometry imagery we capture. But it doesn’t quite show just how far we travel to bring our customers industry-leading imagery and data.

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