Macworld gives Apple fans a spectacular glimpse of the construction of Apple's new HQ with Nearmap PhotoMaps™
Apple Computer's flair for design is evident in almost every aspect of its business, and its guarded unveiling of those designs has created a wildly loyal fan base. But when it comes to their new 2.8 million square foot construction project, the secret is a little harder to keep—especially with technologies like Nearmap. In Macworld's recent article, "These super-high-res aerial photos of Apple Park are stunning", followers see the construction progress on this mega-project unfold in spectacular detail with Nearmap's frequently updated, high-resolution aerial PhotoMaps™.
While fans may bask in the glory of seeing Apple's spaceship-shaped campus before it is actually finished, professionals in construction and engineering realize the practical benefits. Instant access to high-resolution aerial imagery that is current, clear and timely helps them make smarter decisions, deploy resources more efficiently, and create impactful communications. It allows them to see truth on the ground without sending people, equipment, and vehicles on-site. It transforms the way they work.
To learn more about Nearmap, join our live webinar on Mar. 29: Anchoring Project Visions in Reality: Aerial Imagery Comes to Life.