An orthophoto, orthophotograph or orthoimage is an aerial photograph geometrically corrected ("orthorectified") such that the scale and overhead perspective is uniform. Orthophoto can be used just like a map to measure true direction and distances, because it is an accurate representation of the Earth's surface, having been adjusted for topographic relief, lens distortion, and camera tilt.
Overhead views provide a quick way to assess the conditions at a site without having to leave your desk. Our imagery is high resolution and free of snow, cloud, and foliage so you can see features on the ground clearly. In combination with other mapping or on its own, orthophoto quickly adds value to any project.
What does the photo resolution in cm mean?
What's the difference between JPG and MrSid? What file format is best for my project?
How do I place my orthophoto in CAD software to align with other data tiles I bought?
What do the numbers in the file name mean?
There's no orthophoto for my area, is there anything else available?
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