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  • Nov 23, 2022

Creating LOD2.3 from Pictometry

Bing Maps was one of the first mapping services on the web to offer oblique 45-degree angle aerial imagery, also known as Bird’s Eye. Bing Maps is still as committed as ever to offering fresh high-resolution satellite and aerial imagery. Over the last 12 months we’ve been busy releasing refreshed and expanded Bird’s Eye imagery and we want to make sure our customers and users are aware of the progress we’ve been making. In this effort, we’re excited to say we’ve released approximately 102,000 square kilometers of new Bird’s Eye imagery spanning 100+ cities in the United States over the last several months with more to come. Bird’s Eye is a great complement to ortho (top down) imagery because it has much more depth and provides all four angled views of your destination or area of interest. This Bird’s Eye imagery is sub-10 CM GSD (ground sample distance), which allows us to support more detailed levels of map zoom. Bird’s Eye is available in the Bing Maps Web Control and Bing Maps REST Imagery API, allowing you multiple ways to offer this rich set of aerial imagery to your customers and users. Bird’s Eye imagery is also featured at Bing.com/maps. Content Copyright : https://blogs.bing.com/maps/2019-07/we-ve-released-new-birds-eye-imagery

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  • Jan 29, 2022

15 cm HD

Oblique Image

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  • Jun 12, 2020

Smart Cities: 6 characteristics to look for in a GIS platform

Is your city considering or in the process of becoming a Smart City? Go through this checklist to know the 6 essential capabilities that a GIS technology platform must have to help your city make a smart transition.

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  • Jun 12, 2020

Advanced GIS analysis can help solve many challenges

The variety of domains to which GIS can be applied is limitless. GIS specialists have developed specific tools and methods that aid in expanding the use of GIS beyond the traditional desktop environment. These tools aid in carrying out advanced GIS analysis such as proximity analysis, network analysis, hill-shading analysis, viewshed analysis, density analysis, hydrological analysis, surface analysis, etc.

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  • Jun 11, 2020

How IoT enabled smart water meters help in water conservation

70% of the World’s land is covered with water still some 1.1 billion people worldwide lack access to clean drinking water. However, with the increasing population, water use has been growing globally at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century, and an increasing number of regions are reaching the limit at which water services can be sustainably delivered, especially in arid regions.

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