Pictometry is a unique patented information system that combines aerial imaging with a software system called Electronic Field Study (EFS). While Pictometry libraries contain orthogonal (straight down) images like ordinary aerial imaging, over 80% of Pictometry's images are oblique (taken from angles) so that features can be easily seen in their entirety. This oblique imagery consists of 6-inch resolution, aerial photos taken at a 45 degree angle enabling any location to be viewed from 4 directions - at a bird eye's view.
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|Functionality||Allows users to view and accurately measure geo-referenced, aerial, oblique images.|
|Operating Systems||Will work on most Windows platforms. Tested compatibility with Windows NT/XP/2000.|
|Vendor's Website||Pictometry International Corp.|