WorldView-3, the world’s first multi-payload, super-spectral, high-resolution commercial satellite for earth observations and advanced geospatial solutions, will launch into orbit on Aug. 13 aboard an Atlas rocket. Operating at an expected altitude of 617 km, WorldView-3 will have an average revisit time of less than one day and will be capable of collecting up to 680,000 square kilometers of imagery per day. Its data-rich imagery will discover new sources of minerals and fuels, manage forests and farms, and accelerate DigitalGlobe’s exploitation of Geospatial Big Data™ – a living digital inventory of the surface of the earth. Credit: Lockheed Martin/United Launch Alliance
The Bing Maps Preview app uses the best of Windows 8.1 and Bing to help you get real world tasks done with beautiful 3D, designed for touch and personalization courtesy of your Facebook friends, favorite routes and more.
Support for all the major mapping APIs:
- ESRI ArcGIS
- Google – v2 and v3
- MapQuest and MapQuest Open
- Microsoft Bing – v6 and v7
- Nokia Here
- Ordnance Survey OpenSpace
- Nokia Ovi
Find out more on http://mapstraction.com/
Check it out on http://hurricanesandy.censusviewer.com/client
Old stuff or something new?
Whether you live in Poland or Spain, Russia or Belgium, or pretty much anywhere in-between, you will now be able to explore your local shopping mall through Bing maps – helping you locate the stores you are looking for, find the closest services and facilities like restrooms and cash machines, and even browse their directories.
Try it yourself on:
SAPER is a mobile solution which identifies hidden improvised explosive devices and landmines utilizing magnetic field distortion. SAPER transforms Smartphone into a personal portable dangerous explosives detector and a ground scanner which can be successfully adopted in real life scenarios by civilians.
Last year, Microsoft announced a strategic partnership with Nokia in Mapping. Our two companies have spent a lot of time working together, sharing information and investigating better ways provide relevant mapping information to help you find and get to where you’re going more quickly. Today, we’re excited to announce another important phase in that partnership with the launch of Nokia powered traffic results, which are rolling out today in 24 countries on Bing Maps.
The following countries will see improvements through Bing Maps as a result of our use of Nokia services:
· Saudi Arabia
· South Africa
· United Kingdom
Works good on the Windows Phone and also on Bing Maps itself! 🙂