Philadelphia bridge after

Orthogonal Imagery

A true top-down view

Add a visual layer to your map

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.

Orthogonal Imagery - Building Lean

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
  • Meets USGS Requirements
  • 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 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 AccuPLUS and orthogonal-only imagery solutions.

 

Pictometry high-resolution orthogonal imagery

 

Access Technology

This provides visual intelligence and analytical tools delivered in the time frame needed for success. EagleView is one of the only providers of essential pre- and post-event imagery delivered on your timeline. 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.

RapidAccess™

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.

EarlyAccess™

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

Who else needs to know?

Loop in a colleague via email or send them a link

Live Help