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By: Aerialphoto  05/12/2011
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AerialPhoto.ie recently completed a large area vertical photography survey for a client in Co.Limerick, Ireland. Vertical aerial photographs were taken covering the area of interest and these were then processed in order to create a mosaic image covering full area. The final image mosaic was close to 100 mega pixels in size giving good resolution throughout the entire site area which measured several square kilometres. The final product provided the client with at short turnaround with a vertical image of a wide area which was fully up to date – unlike satellite imagery which can be years out of date. The end product was also of a much higher resolution than any competing alternative and even more importantly, perfectly up to date.

AerialPhoto.ie can offer economical high resolution vertical photography of wide areas such as this in order to provide the client with up to the minute imagery which is of a higher resolution than that available from other sources. Please contact us if you would like further information.

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