Aerial Data for Every Major City
Access to real ground truth starts from above with the ability to capture reality in remarkably sharp resolution. Vexcel flies regularly across major urban areas of New Zealand, including Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Hamilton, Tauranga and Lower Hutt. 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.
Urban area collection
Take a virtual tour around densely populated areas of New Zealand with ultra-high-resolution Oblique imagery. See the world from multiple viewpoints and gain better property knowledge to support your projects and improve your workflows. Get access to all four cardinal directions–north, south, east, west–to improve your perspective and understanding of a location.
Delivered at a resolution of 7.5cm, imagery is matched against ground control points in a lossless compression format where the integrity of each pixel is maintained and is accurate to within a two-pixel standard deviation. This results in incredible detail with valuable metadata you can extract from the image directly or integrate into powerful analytics platforms.
When it comes to accuracy and consistency, our True Ortho aerial imagery delivers, helping bring the real world into view. It’s a better way to validate ground truth with confidence.
Our True Ortho imagery is matched against our Digital Surface Model, to create a more accurate top-down view of urban areas. This means you get imagery with no visible seamlines or parallax (building lean), all delivered at a resolution of 7.5cm.
Bring the unseeable into view with our Multispectral aerial data, a way to unlock additional layers of analysis on our aerial imagery. 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.