Salt River Corridor – Scottsdale. February 2015
Salt River Corridor – Scottsdale. January 2020
There really isn’t any type of aerial imagery that compares to 360°, location enabled aerial experiences when it comes to being informative, unique, and engaging. But what if you had 2 immersive aerial panoramas side by side, with the ability to compare and contrast 360° historical experiences?
360° aerial imagery from XP360 provides a valuable source of information for studying, monitoring, forecasting and managing landcover, development, natural resources and human activities. XP360 imagery is especially beneficial in areas where landscapes change quickly and users need to analyze assets such as roads, buildings, parking spaces, water bodies, and land. The ability to visually inspect differences between two XP360 experiences allows viewers to develop a better understanding of a specific area to compare changes over time, view multiple perspectives, determine structural details, and gather pre/post event data.
Many different industry sectors are now reaping the benefits of analyzing historic aerial imagery to help predict future changes. Seeing how a location has changed and evolved over time can help to predict its future more accurately. Comparing and contrasting these immersive experiences is useful in so many different areas:
- construction and infrastructure projects
- land use
- town planning
- tourism impact
- environmental issues
- disaster response
- keeping an eye on competitor activity in a specific area
Yep – the ultimate planning and inspecting tool is finally here, and it is easy to implement, use, and cost effective to boot. Did we mention it comes with a free trial? Oh, and you don’t have to stop at 2 – if you feel like having 4 side by side, be our guest. Click here to get started with a completely new way to compare and contrast.