We are of course Swisstopo customers. But their newest images in our
area are from 2013 ;-(
Our agricultural department is looking for newer aerial images/satellite
images from 2015 or 2016. They'd like a spatial resolution of 1m or even
smaller - if possible.
The Pleiades satellite seems to provide fairly up-to-date and high-res
Does someone know if MapBox or PlanetLabs provide a web service that can
be legally consumed within QGIS? It would have the advantage that they
have seamless coverage at farily high resolutions.
I'll do more research.
On 2016-07-05 11:53, Stefan Ziegler wrote:
> Swisstopo WMTS and WMS? Is the data not recent enough?
> Did you have a look at all these satellite data companies like digital globe
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> On Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 11:46 AM, Neumann, Andreas <a.neum...@carto.net> wrote:
>> My employer (Switzerland) is interested in an online image service
>> (satellite or aerial images) that we can legally use to derive data from,
>> e.g. in QGIS. It is important that the data is up-to-date (not older than
>> 1.5-2 years or so).
>> The "Quick map services" plugin provides data from Google, Mapbox, ESRI,
>> etc. - but as far as I understand we can't use it, because it is illegal to
>> use. Does someone know a similar service to Google, Mapbox or ESRI ArcGIS
>> Online that we can legally use from within QGIS - of course we are willing
>> to pay for it.
>> Thank you for any hints you may have.
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