Like the players that will be running onto the field, Levi's Stadium is donning its uniform in preparation for this weekend's Super Bowl. nearmap has a special affinity with this stadium—not just because it’s our home field, but also because it opened at the same time as we expanded our aerial survey work to the US. Over the past 18 months, we have surveyed the South Bay area 8 times creating a timeline of the stadium from opening; 49ers 2014 season opener (a win for the Denver Broncos); LA Kings and San Jose Sharks NHL Stadium Series game, and now the Super Bowl 50. The above timeline goes through the stadium activities showing how nearmap helps track change.
These clear images are not just pretty snapshots for entertainment purposes; they power an extensive set of analytical tools helping GIS professionals and urban planners meet their daily challenges from the desktop or mobile device. From location review to estimating and planning to tracking progress, our tools inform decision makers while reducing costs.
Image below showing Levi's Stadium grounds crew completing the repainting of the Panthers team logo in the endzone after the Broncos logo was accidentally painted in both endzones. February 1, 2016, Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California.
Virtual Measurement with nearmap
“You find out life’s this game of inches. So is football.” —Any Given Sunday
Virtual measurement is one of the key benefits to nearmap's MapBrowser™. With powerful tools and data layers, users can see locations in clear detail and virtually measure distances, areas, or change survey dates in our SplitView feature to compare the feature changes at the location or structure.
The above screenshot shows the level of accuracy possible using nearmap data and tools.
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