Spectacular imagery takes your presentations to the highest levels
Whether you’re presenting a project to potential or existing clients, or creating detailed progress reports on a location for all stakeholders, what you want to do is convey an impression that will last well beyond the report. High-resolution aerial imagery achieves this impression and has become a powerful asset for communicating viewpoints and presenting projects at the highest level.
However, there have been challenges for sourcing high-resolution images, which have prevented a number of businesses or government agencies from even trying aerial imagery. Which is a misfortune, because having access to aerial imagery for your locations offers incredibly clear and detailed views and some surprisingly hidden and interesting insights, which you can then present to all stakeholders and clients.
This paper intends to dispel the notion that these challenges still exist, raise awareness that stunningly detailed images are available and easy to access, and everything you need for incorporating them with geospatial data into your presentations and reports is easily achieved for communicating your clearest views.
So what's preventing you from sourcing aerial imagery?
Traditionally, on-site visits for tracking the progress of locations have been the most feasible method for obtaining photographs to include in a presentation or report.
Unfortunately, this is time consuming and costly, and the perspective and details are extremely limited. Aerial imagery is clearly the better solution, but the challenges you have probably encountered are many:
- The resolution from satellite, Google Earth, or one-off imagery providers is not as finely detailed as you need.
- Getting up-to-date imagery is difficult since many providers only update once a year or only every 2-3 years.
- Obtaining imagery in a timely manner is frustrating as many providers can take months to process the images once they’ve been taken.
- When you need historical imagery that shows changes over time, where do you find them if they’re even available?
- The need to incorporate your own data (KML files) and import images into a GIS application can be complex and costly.
- The ability to include high-resolution images in presentations and reports has not been streamlined.
Download this full whitepaper and learn how to incorporate geospatial data into your presentations and reports to successfully communicate your clearest views.