Showing posts from January, 2020

Best of the Zoo! [Photoblog]

School's out on Monday and the kids are acting like caged animals? Take them to see these amazing creatures. A few of the best shots from around the Toronto Zoo captured over the last few years in our aerial imagery.

What Can I Do With 8 Band Imagery?

512 RGB Visualizations to choose from The satellite imagery we provide is often ordered as "natural colour" with red, green, and blue spectral bands to simply provide a base layer for mapping in areas where aircraft sourced orthophoto is not available or not current enough. For more sophisticated applications, multi-spectral imagery with 4 bands or 8 bands can be ordered to view imagery in "false colour".

What's EPSG And How Do I Use It?

Standardized and simplified spatial references EPSG stands for European Petroleum Survey Group. They publish a database of coordinate system information. The EPSG number is a 4 to 6 digit number that represents the parameters of a coordinate reference system. EPSG numbers are embedded in georeferenced files, and assigned by the user to mapping projects that can display those files.