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Nov 2021 | St. Armands, FL, U.S.

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AI Aerial Images Solving Tomorrow's Challenges

Dr. Michael Bewley, Nearmap Senior Director of AI Systems met with The MapScaping Podcast in November 2021 to discuss Collecting and Processing Aerial Imagery at Scale. Mike share... Read more

Planning with Certainty During Uncertain Times

Held without fans at the Winged Foot Golf Club, the 2020 U.S. Open created a new obstacle for the United States Golf Association (USGA) — operating a major tournament during ... Read more

The Permit Getters Scale Efficiently with Aerial Images

The Challenge: Find a cost-effective source of imagery that provides up-to-date and accurate information. The Results: Using Nearmap imagery, The Permit Getters has been able to c... Read more

Nearmappers Share Why They Love GIS

Happy GIS Day! Looking at the importance of this day, we thought it fitting to share some thoughts from our very own Nearmappers to understand what GIS means to them. Let’s ... Read more

Can Your Map Do That?

Neighborhood development in Ontario, California, U.S. | 2014-2021 What’s a map? Most would say that it is a directional device that guides us from A to B. At Nearmap, we&rsq... Read more

Linking Appraisals Through Your Data Lens

In an era where there are increasing barriers in the ability to meet with property owners and growing county assessment requirements, remote desktop solutions help bridge the gap t... Read more

Address Disruption with Innovation

Aerial view of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs, CO ... Read more

Nearmap Expands U.S. Coverage: Operating at a Higher Lev...

Since bringing our aerial imagery to the U.S. in 2014, the Nearmap Survey Operations team has strategically driven where and when we capture. This core team is responsible for the ... Read more

The Most Intelligent Aerial Map on Earth

By definition, intelligence is knowledge, having the capacity to understand, discern and learn — but in the context of aerial imagery, what does intelligence mean? We asked ... Read more