Texas is known for its cowboy culture, its oversized cities, and diverse landscape. It is home to some of the largest cities in the U.S., including Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and Fort Worth. Texas also boasts massive industry growth in major sectors of energy, electric cars, construction, and technology. And those industries—along with government agencies—are relying on Vexcel’s aerial products to solve their workflow and project planning challenges. Vexcel has high-resolution aerial imagery, elevation models and property information for the whole state, spanning urban and rural areas.
8.1 million buildings
40+ attributes for every TX home
Up to 3 collections/year in urban areas
Imagery & Geospatial Products for Texas
Texas is as wide as they come and having access to detailed, top-down views helps you see areas at wide scale across rural areas or in rich definition in densely populated metro areas.
Wide Area Ortho is collected across the whole state at a resolution of 15-20cm. TrueOrtho and Urban Ortho provide views of urban areas at 7.5cm resolution.
Shift your view with high-resolution Oblique imagery and take a virtual tour around all four sides of a home, building, or area. Improve your inspection or asset monitoring by identifying concerns or issues that wouldn’t normally be visible with a straight down viewpoint.
Oblique imagery is available for major metro areas in Texas at 7.5cm resolution.
Elevate depicts 3D height information of the earth in high-spatial resolution across both urban and rural areas in Texas. Created during Vexcel’s aerial captures, customers get a real pixel-to-height data match with other Vexcel aerial products.
The result: A perfect spatial alignment between elevation data and imagery for a more consistent and trusted accurate output. Vexcel offers digital surface models (DSM) and digital terrain models (DTM) for Texas.
Using its market-leading UltraCam sensors, Vexcel collects a near-infrared color band while capturing aerial imagery of urban and rural areas across Texas. This wider color spectrum–invisible to the human eye–is published as color-infrared imagery, making it easier to identify living and non-living objects.
This top-down imagery helps classify areas at risk for wildfire, understand impervious surfaces and vegetation health, and more.
Texas is no stranger to disastrous weather events, especially tornadoes and hurricanes. Vexcel captures, processes, and delivers imagery after major disasters that impact property. Providing rapid access to post-catastrophe imagery results in improved responses for insurers, emergency responders, and utility providers.
This imagery also helps government agencies understand the full picture of the impacted areas and track progress as communities rebuild.
Enhance your property and building visualization with accurate, detailed, and quick property data from Elements, an entire product suite of automated insights. Machine learning is applied to Vexcel’s timestamped, high-resolution aerial imagery, and the output is 40+ property and building attributes.
Plus, as new imagery is collected and published, Elements is updated so you can access the most recent property information. Help drive innovation across your organization with next level property and building detail all with the Elements suite: Building Footprints, Building Attributes, Property Attributes & Property Reports, Damage Assessment & Damage Reports.