Aerial Data Across San Marino
Access to real ground truth starts from above with the ability to capture reality in remarkably sharp resolution. Vexcel flies regularly across San Marino, collecting imagery from Acquaviva to Domagnano, Borgo Maggiore to Serravalle. Aerial imagery is collected using award-winning camera sensor technology. That aerial data is then put through a rigorous production process to produce imagery that is 16 times clearer than satellite imagery. It’s a complete end-to-end technology solution offering compelling location content to help you plan your projects with confidence.
Wide area collection
100% of the population covered
Vexcel’s wide-area Ortho program for San Marino captures high-resolution aerial imagery from a top-down perspective across large areas. The clarity and consistency of Ortho imagery provides detail at a resolution that’s up to 8x greater than satellite imagery. View entire communities and quickly identify growth areas for urban development or landscape changes such as watershed. Use measurement tools to calculate the area and length of a particular property. Trust what you see with imagery that is matched against ground control points.
Bring the unseeable into view with our Multispectral aerial data and take imagery analysis to the next level. Near-infrared (NIR) imagery is collected during our regular captures and is processed and delivered as Color-infrared (CIR).
This colorized form of imagery highlights details that can’t be seen with the naked eye. It helps viewers quickly categorize vegetation and other surfaces, helping identify plant health, soil moisture, water clarity, and wetland mapping. It’s extremely valuable data for monitoring environmental changes.
View multiple elements on millions of buildings in seconds with Building Attributes. See the footprint area, get several roof insights, and review defensible space information to gain understanding of a structure beyond just an image.
Building Attribute information supports a variety of needs for many industries–all you need are the location coordinates to view the latest attributes by using Vexcel’s APIs and web-based application, Viewer.