Sourceable writes about how nearmap's high resolution and frequently updated aerial photos is transforming urban development and planning.
This article delves into how aerial surveillance from conventional planes using readily available camera equipment is already transforming the way we view and analyse our urban environments.
Joseph Kaspar, a postgraduate researcher from the University of Melbourne, points to the importance of having access to timely and detailed aerial imagery for the purposes of urban planning and analysis.
“Aerial imagery possesses higher resolution than satellite photos, and is also available at more regular intervals, with companies like nearmap providing updates on a monthly or bimonthly basis,” he said.
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