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Belgium comes into focus! E-mail
Written by Aerodata Int. Surveys   
07 August 2009

As of now people can see the clearest and most detailed aerial imagery of Belgium yet on Google Earth/Maps! 



n August 2nd, Google Inc. published new sharper aerial photographs of the whole of Belgium to its well-known Internet applications Google Earth and Maps.

Aerodata International Surveys set a precedent since Belgium was never before photographed in a single season and this precedent still remains.

This unique dataset is comprised of digital aerial imagery acquired in the spring of 2007 and was processed into a map-accurate, seamless 40cm GSD aerial photo mosaic. These images are owned by Aero International Data Surveys.

The aerial imagery can be viewed and purchased (with direct download) in Aerodata's web shop www.aerogrid.be (consumers) and www.aerogrid.-pro.be (businesses).

For more information, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

About Aerodata Int. Surveys

Aerodata International Surveys is an independent private airborne surveying and mapping company founded in 1992 and located at Antwerp Airport, Belgium. It specializes in airborne spatial data acquisition of the earth's surface and its advanced processing into geo-information products. The area of operation is Western and Southern Europe, Middle-East and Africa, but the airborne platforms are also deployed to projects elsewhere.

Aerodata Int. Surveys operates at least 4 aircraft at any given time with a variety of sensors, under which 3 UltraCam-X Prime's (UCXp).

The Aerodata Pixel Pipeline yields tremendous throughput by heavy storage and processing infrastructure, adding as such to the fit-for-purpose customer-oriented approach. www.aerodata-surveys.com
 
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