Posted 10 April 2006 - 02:37 PM
are regional firms specialising in this all over the country. They are
usually listed in PE& RS but the ASPRS may also have a firectory on
their website. If you shoot me an email with their location I can
probably send you a list of the firms around where they are located.
Posted 10 April 2006 - 04:45 PM
have a commercial real estate client that would like to get
high-resolution aerial photos of their properties (450+) around the U.S.
What are people's experiences with GlobeExplorer and AerialExpress? Are there other options?
I am in the process of formalizing a relationship with Pictometry ([url="http://"http://www.pictometry.com/"]www.pictometry.com[/url]),
which has about 30% of the entire United States in their oblique aerial
photo library (70-80% by December 2007). If you don't want to subscribe
to the service (around $850/year, plus $25 per photo), I could arrange
for as many photos of your client properties as were within
Pictometry's coverage areas. Just let me know, and I could even try and
get you a free seven-day trial to their service if you like! I have a
couple other names of folks of ""aerial photography for-hire"" companies
too, if that were of use. Just let me know. Whatever helps.......
Founder and CEO
Posted 10 April 2006 - 05:09 PM
Posted 10 April 2006 - 05:17 PM
Posted 10 April 2006 - 05:34 PM
Or you can look at Microsoft Live Local and look at the Pictometry imagery for free....
However, less than 1/10 (I believe) of Pictometry's imagery is
currently on the LiveLocal service...and that gap is widening as
Pictometry is in the process of currently shooting St. Louis, Chicago,
I'm all-about free myself! I've just found
that the limited quantity of obliques currently available via LiveLocal
isn't as helpful as having coverage for 30% of the entire country.
$25/image seems like a cheap price to pay....especially when I've been
hiring aerial photographers over the past 6+ years at $700-$800 a pop.
That, and working with a 3000x3000 pixel image in Pictometry's online
service is sometimes preferrable to the photos available in LiveLocal.
I LOVE LiveLocal too though.......just would love it more if the full
Pictometry library was available there.
Founder and CEO
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