Nearmap is an aerial imagery and geospatial data as a service provider. Through a simple cloud-based subscription, Nearmap delivers the most current, high-resolution imagery at wide-scale on the market. Easily detect changes, manage assets, plan for development, track field projects and streamline operations by performing virtual site visits with Nearmap US Vertical Imagery.
- Proactive Survey Capture Program. Nearmap is continuously capturing aerial imagery throughout the United States, 365 days a year. All imagery is stored on the cloud and ready to stream within days of capture. With Nearmap, you'll always have the most up-to-date truth on the ground.
- Current and Historical Imagery. We fly large urban areas in the US up to 3 times per year, frequently capturing seasonal changes for leaf-on/ leaf-off information. In addition to our newest survey captures, you'll also have instant access to our complete catalog of historical imagery dating back to 2014.
- Wide-Scale Coverage. We cover 71% of the US population, including the top 430 urban areas with over 330,000 square miles captured annually. View our coverage map.
- Consistently High-Resolution. Our imagery is always 2.2-3" GSD or better, meaning you can see clearly and plan accurately, before even setting foot on site.
- Seamless Integration with ArcGIS. With no coding required, easily integrate Nearmap imagery into the suite of ArcGIS platforms: ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Collector and ArcGIS Survey 123. Available through either ArcGIS Marketplace or one of our API offerings. Learn how to integrate into ArcGIS.
- Get the ArcMap Add-in.
Make sure to install Nearmap’s free add-in for ArcMap to get instant integrated access to current and historical high-res imagery from Nearmap. Download the free add-in.
- Asset Tracking and Analysis
- Situational Awareness
- Facility Management
- Operational Efficiency
- Site Analysis and Territory Planning
- State and Local Government
- Public Safety
- Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
Jul 10, 2015