SPOTMAPS Australia updated

By on 12 July, 2011
The second version of SPOTMAPS Australia is now available from Astrium GEO-Information Services.
More than 5 million square km are already available in its second version, the majority of which is made with data acquired within the last two years. The updated Australian SPOTMAPS now include coverage of Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.
An independent study conducted by McMullen, Nolan and Partners Surveyors Pty Ltd presented at the 15th ARSPC conference in Alice Springs, concluded the absolute positional accuracy of SPOTMAPS Australia is CE90 = 5m.
New mosaics are available regularly, either updates of existing SPOTMAPS or new countries. SPOTMAPS covers more than 100 countries, ready to be delivered a few hours after ordering.
SPOTMAPS are mosaics made from SPOT 5 satellite images acquired at 2.5 metres.

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