AERIALSPHERE + GIS
AerialSphere’s unique imagery is now available for use in a variety of GIS applications, including Esri’s ArcGIS.
Leverage 360° aerial imagery in ArcGIS to create, visualize, and share next-level maps.
ArcGIS is the most powerful mapping & spatial analytics technology available. Couple that with the only georectified national library of 360-degree aerial imagery and you have an unparalleled solution that change the way you visualize, analyze, and share data.
Oriented Imagery in ArcGIS
With Esri’s new Oriented Imagery technology we can integrate directly with Experience Builder, WebApp Builder and ArcGIS Pro, the most powerful mapping and spatial analytics technology available. AerialSphere is excited to be aligned with such an amazing company that shares a common vision in helping people get the most of their maps through data, imagery, stories and location intelligence.
AerialSphere has created tools and processes to help get GIS users up and running with Oriented Imagery. For more information, click the link below, or join our ArcGIS Online Group.
XP360 API + GIS
To see this integration in action, click the link below.
On Demand Flights
Our manned aircraft can capture large areas and cover great distances quicker and more efficiently that comparable drones. AerialSphere can provide customers with GIS ready imagery captured to their unique specifications; including altitude, image density, and update frequency.
Whether you need coverage of multiple locations, a linear asset hundreds of miles long, or an entire city, we can provide georectified aerial imagery to you. Contact us for to learn more.
Want to learn more?
We are proud to be providing our immersive, geolocated imagery to Esri users through the Oriented Imagery Viewer (OIV). We are currently making our extensive coverage of the Phoenix Metro market, Border Wall, and Colorado River Basin available to the Esri Community for free. Existing ArcGIS users can simply join our ArcGIS Online Group for access.
Would you like to see our imagery in action? Click the View Demos button below to visit our YouTube Channel where we have a library of demos and tutorials.