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AeroGRID Provides WMS Access to 4.6 million km² of European High Resolution Orthophotos

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Tuesday, January 7th 2014
AeroGRID LLC | Paris, France


AeroGRID Provides WMS Access to 4.6 million km² of European High Resolution Orthophotos

In 2013 AeroGRID added 1.5 million km² of high resolution aerial orthophotos of Europe to its WMS servers and now provides access to 25 countries and 4.6 million km².

The comprehensive metadata with detailed accuracy specifications mean that users can be confident the imagery will provide a sound basis for their projects, at a very affordable price. A further 850,000 km² of territory is ready to be added to this significant online resource.

“AeroGRID’s WMS archive is by far the most extensive resource of up-to-date high resolution, high accuracy, aerial photography of Europe currently available,” said Miles Taylor AeroGRID’s General Manager. In addition our servers are fast and resilient, delivering performance and peace of mind.

“The terms we offer bring imagery costs per km² down to a level where European GIS users can now easily afford to add AeroGRID WMS as their accurate base data resource,” continued Taylor.

Current WMS access is available for the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Kosovo, Italy, Luxemburg, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (part), Portugal, Serbia (part), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine

Coverage of the following countries can be made available on request: Albania, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Estonia, Georgia, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia (full), Slovakia, Slovenia

www.aerogrid.net

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