Google Earth Enterprise version 3.2 'APIs, historical imagery and sub-surface terrain' launched

Google Earth Enterprise version 3.2 allows customers to build private globes on their secure networks using the same Google Earth API that powers the public Google Earth. This delivers the same fast, familiar, 3-D navigation that users get from Google Earth but within a web browser. Another new addition is historical imagery, making it easy for employees to view how […]

Google Earth Enterprise version 3.2 allows customers to build private globes on their secure networks using the same Google Earth API that powers the public Google Earth. This delivers the same fast, familiar, 3-D navigation that users get from Google Earth but within a web browser. Another new addition is historical imagery, making it easy for employees to view how a place or region has changed over time. Customers also have the option to build Mercator imagery tiles for any 2-D maps, allows customers to easily overlay their tiles on top of Google's basemap for a 2-dimensional mashup of their own internal data and Google's. Also added support for Enterprise users to process their own sub-surface terrain data, also known as bathymetry – something we shared in the public Google Ocean launch in February 2009. Customers who want to access Google Earth Enterprise 3.2 can email enterprise-support@google.com for upgrade information.