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OBLIQUE IMAGERY Offers Powerful Tools for Geospatial Analysis


January 24, 2012

Oblique Imagery Offers Powerful Tools for Geospatial Analysis

Geospatial data users are leveraging oblique imagery for a range of innovative applications. By Art Kalinski, GISP, former GIS manager for the Atlanta Regional Commission and geospatial military projects consultant, including consulting for Pictometry International Corp.   Early aerial reconnaissance efforts in the 1920s consisted of shooting oblique pictures from the open cockpit of a biplane