Yesterday we added DigitalGlobe high-resolution imagery for a number of areas around the world to the World Imagery map.
In addition, the World Imagery map was updated with community content from 1:36k to 1:1k for Olesnica, Poland, and several areas in the United States.
New DigitalGlobe Imagery
The new imagery from DigitalGlobe includes the following areas:
50cm DigitalGlobe imagery for At Ta’if, Saudi Arabia
50cm DigitalGlobe imagery for Sucre, Bolivia
50cm DigitalGlobe imagery for Diyarbakir, Turkey
Here is a map showing the new DigitalGlobe coverage.
New Community Imagery Contributions
The community contributors for this release include:
- Olesnica, Poland
- Bellevue, Washington, United States
- City of Wichita and Sedgwick County, Kansas, United States
- Helena, Montana, United States
- Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
- New Hampshire (Northern Half), United States
- Yakima, Washington, United States
This is the third of several planned releases (details of previous release). Over the coming months we’ll be adding additional community content and more DigitalGlobe imagery in Europe and many other parts of the world.
Metadata: This service is metadata-enabled. With the Identify tool in ArcMap or the ArcGIS Online Content Viewer, you can see the resolution, collection date, and source of the imagery at the location you click. The metadata applies only to the best available imagery at that location. You may need to zoom in to view the best available imagery.
The service was updated on the following servers: services.arcgisonline.com and server.arcgisonline.com. If you have previously used the World Imagery map, you may need to clear your cache in order to see the updates.
If you have feedback on content, try our Imagery Map Feedback web map at http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=ebdfa4146680410bb952c7d532ea5407.
If you have other feedback or comments, please post them to the ArcGIS Online forum.