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The Dubai Land Department contracted with Space Imaging Middle East to let investors view high-quality pictures of projects in the emirate. Shown here is the Burj Khalifa Tower, the world’s tallest building.

The Dubai Land Department (DLD) has teamed with Space Imaging Middle East to render high-quality project images in the emirate and help to create accurate and comprehensive maps.

“The department seeks to apply the latest in advanced technologies to create a library of high-resolution satellite images that will allow investors from all over the world to clearly view projects in relation to investment opportunities in Dubai,” said Majida Ali Rashid, chairperson of the DLD Real Estate Investment and Promotion Centre.

The enhanced imagery will facilitate access to project information and incorporate features such as 3-D display on smart phones and tablets.
Through the agreement with Space Imaging Middle East, DLD aims to promote various projects and attract local and global investors, which it believes will boost sales. The real estate investment map, a project launched a year back, targets investors, developers and government sectors involved in Dubai’s urban planning and infrastructure.

Image courtesy of DigitalGlobe.

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