Orthogonal Imagery

A true top-down view

Orthogonal imagery provides a true top-down view and is rectified to align to a map grid.

This nadir imagery solution easily integrates into your GIS data for a comprehensive understanding of properties, land features, local topography, and more.

 

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Pictometry AccuPLUS® Imagery

  • Delivers authoritative, seamless orthomosaics in conjunction with our expansive, data-rich oblique and orthogonal image library
  • Complies with positional accuracy requirements for authoritative mapping projects, provide maximum clarity and expose details otherwise obscured by atmospheric degradation
  • Is fully qualified and approved by the USGS and meets the requirements for funding through the liaison program
  • Contains less building and feature lean versus traditional large format mapping
  • Is captured simultaneously with oblique datasets, so they maintain a consistent appearance

 

Three- or Four-band Imagery Options

Three-Band Imagery

  • Offers three bands of standard RGB color.
  • Add-on feature to our Pictometry AccuPLUS and orthogonal-only imagery solutions.

Four-Band Imagery

  • Offers four bands of color: the standard RGB as well as near-infrared images, which support visual identification for impervious surface mapping, vegetation inventory, wetland delineation, and crop and timber inventory.
  • Add-on feature to our Pictometry AccuPLUS and orthogonal-only imagery solutions.

 

Pictometry high-resolution orthogonal imagery
Pictometry Orthogonal Image Orthogonal image of an urban area

 

Access Technology

This provides visual intelligence and analytical tools delivered in the time frame needed for success. EagleView is the only provider of essential pre- and post-event imagery delivered on your timeline, utilizing Pictometry technology. Access Technology allows response teams to assess and plan time-sensitive strategies in disaster or non-disaster scenarios from their desktop, saving critical time when it is needed most.

Rapid Access

Post-event imagery is available through our cloud-based CONNECTExplorer solution within two to three days of the event to assist in damage evaluation and recovery.

Early Access

Imagery is captured, processed, and delivered after an expedited quality assurance check in 10 to 14 days.

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