Bing Maps releases 194,000 square kilometers Imagery and enhanced Bird's eye

Bing Maps “released 194,000 square kilometers of new and refreshed imagery. This includes high resolution 20cm aerial for Wellington, New Zealand and 60cm satellite updates for Australia, Mexico, Namibia, Russian Federation and South Africa. Also, released and enhanced Bird’s eye worldwide with more urban models and the ability to view locations from a re-projected perspective, […]

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Bing Maps “released 194,000 square kilometers of new and refreshed imagery. This includes high resolution 20cm aerial for Wellington, New Zealand and 60cm satellite updates for Australia, Mexico, Namibia, Russian Federation and South Africa. Also, released and enhanced Bird’s eye worldwide with more urban models and the ability to view locations from a re-projected perspective, from all 4 cardinal directions, across the globe,” noted Chris Pendleton.

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