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Aerial view of hurricane damage compared to year prior in Houston, TX -- 2017 and 2016

Hurricane Florence Hits Land. Nearmap Hits the Air.

HURRICANE DAMAGE | 31 AUG. 2017

WHEN TIME MATTERS

Nearmap to capture East Coast Post-Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence is threatening the East Coast and we hope all are safe and taking the proper precautions. After the event, Nearmap plans to deploy aircraft to capture high-res aerial imagery of the affected areas.

Imagery will be available for:
govt-icon Public Safety:  Access to immediate, crystal-clear aerial imagery of areas affected by storm damage for emergency response routing and safety.
utilities_icon-1 Utilities:  View all areas where above-ground utilities have been affected and also see where infrastructure is down and causing hazards.
construction_icon Reconstruction Efforts:  Compare historical image captures with post-event imagery to see structure elements and provide proper measurements to rebuild.
insurance_icon Insurance:  View impacted properties to see first-hand damage and potential structural damage.
Hurricane Florence Imagery Q&A:
What coverage area(s) have we planned to capture?

Our ready-to-go post-hurricane surveys include coastal areas from Newport to North Myrtle Beach, NC.

Detail about our existing US coverage schedule is available here.

Are historical captures available for this area?

Yes, previous Nearmap Vertical captures of the Jacksonville, Wilmington, and Myrtle Beach areas are available to show pre-hurricane conditions.

  • Jacksonville:
    Jan. 26, 2018

  • Wilmington: 
    Aug. 22, 2016
    Sept. 8, 2017

  • Myrtle Beach:
    Aug. 14, 2016
    Aug. 9, 2017
What can be expected from post-hurricane imagery?

Our post-hurricane planned captures include ~1,750 square-miles covering a population of nearly 752,000.

All imagery will be published at sub-3” GSD consistent with other Nearmap Vertical capture areas.

When will post-hurricane imagery be available?

Online delivery of fully interactive photo maps is estimated within a week of initial capture.

How can this imagery be viewed/delivered?

All pre and post-hurricane imagery can be accessed through a standard web browser using Nearmap’s intuitive MapBrowser, or via integration with GIS, CAD and other applications through standard web mapping protocols (WMS, WMTS, and TMS).

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