Can your map do that?
What’s a map? Most would say that it is a directional device that guides us from A to B. At Nearmap, we’re shaping a new definition of a map by transforming it from a guide to something much more. Now, thanks to the fusion of aerial imagery and geographic information system (GIS) intelligence, maps get an upgrade from showing you how to get to a location to instantly transporting you there.
Nearmap started out offering vertical imagery, giving users a flat view of the world. This allowed them to interpret depth and height, but they weren’t able to actually measure it. As our imagery evolved, so too did our mapping capabilities. With the introduction of Nearmap AI, oblique, and 3D textured mesh — and later point cloud, true ortho, digital surface model (DSM), and digital terrain and elevation models (DTM/DEM) — users can now fully immerse themselves into an actionable 3D environment.
Exploring the world with Nearmap enables you to see it in a different way. Rotate, tilt, and change your viewing perspective to see an area from every angle. Ask how tall a building is and get the answer with accurate measurement tools. Discover what an environment would look like without the current landscape of structures and foliage. This is all made possible by fusing every dimension of location intelligence into one central hub.
Nearmap users are leveraging our location intelligence to better their understanding of the world. From planning the U.S. Open to designing the future of one of the nation’s busiest airports, our mapping technology gives users access to the information needed to make confident decisions. Can your map do that?