Bing Maps Adds 215 TB Of Bird’s Eye Imagery

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Microsoft Bing Maps today announced that they have added about  215 TB Of Bird’s Eye Imagery to Bing Maps. Most of the data is from United States and also features certain areas in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Tokyo. You can try out some of the new release from the following links,

Bing Maps Bird’s Eye view has a total of 1,388,593 square kilometers of imagery. Last month Bing Maps team announced a significant release of new Aerial and Satellite imagery for Bing Maps. Read about it here.

Read more at Bing Maps blog.

 



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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000678662470 Vincent Haakmat

    Ah, give me a break!!!.. St. Maarten (Caribbean) still has a map of 2005. I know this because my house was built in 2006, but I still see an open parcel of land in its place. This is just ridiculous. Shame on you Microsoft

  • Viipottaja

    Great. Now fix the search which SUCKS!!! When I type our address with the house number, zip code etc. it offers something in Baltimore (we are in Chevy Chase, MD)!!!!