Aerial photos on Google and list maps might not always be the most recent. On the other hand, you can find the most recent ones on the GIS portals for suppliers. This is true, for example, in the Brno cartographic community TopGis, Which for many years provided the documents for, say, Seznam, which had entered it in the past in terms of assets.
on the site chytremapy.cz You will find the current situation, while TopGis has good news especially for residents of the central part of the Czech Republic. These areas were his last update on his maps.
From July to last September, two TopGis Cessna 404 and Partenavia P68 captured images of the area spanning more than 26,000 square kilometers.
Photography of TopGis Cessna 404 with OK-TGS scoring a Record One of Bodega’s recent filming trips on RadarBox
“In total, there were twenty thousand new photos. Thanks to the fact that the images have a resolution of 12.5 cm per pixel, they also display very interesting details, such as the various patterns in the landscape. After all, people often make them in relation to our photography,” With which they want to register themselves in the face of our country for a while, ”said Drahomera Zednishkova, TopGis CEO.
You should find more recent screenshots on the map portal:
The third round of Czech photography ends this year with the acquisition of new aerial photographs in the east of the republic.
Crossroads Shy shark In the heart of Czech Canada on Google Map
Crossroads Shy shark In the heart of Czech Canada on the map menu
Crossroads Shy shark In the heart of Czech Canada on the new TopGis map
Picturing the republic isn’t just that. It is necessary to wait not only for the right weather, but also for the right growing season.
The average user often does not realize that aerial photos of the Republic follow each other well and that the green forests on the next sheet usually (as in the beginning) no longer alternate with a snapshot of the snowy January. At the same time, vacations can be divided by age in the order of months or several years.
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