Thousands of aerial photographs, dating back more than seventy years, are now available online.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky has produced a prototype map showing where it may be unsafe or even illegal to fly Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred to as Drones.
Aerial photography and computer generated models of buildings and trees from Bluesky are helping specialist graphics company 3D Web Technologies (3DW) create interactive 3D visualisations.
An aerial map of trees is helping scientists to understand the damage caused to underground drains and sewers by tree roots.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky has completed a significant upgrade to its online Mapshop including new functionality and new data.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky is reinforcing its commitment to the geospatial market in the Republic of Ireland with the opening of an Irish office.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky is exploring the power of supercomputers to process and deliver 3D maps, comprising trillions of data points, for a range of environmental applications.
A detailed map of more than 280 million trees across England and Wales is helping the London Borough of Bromley prioritise its autumn street cleansing programme.
The Woodland trust, the UK’s woodland conservation charity, has purchased Bluesky’s National Tree Map that details more than 280 million trees across England and Wales.