Presentations at GeoWeek 2023
Bluesky Announces Prototype UAV Flight Restriction Map
Leicestershire, UK, 28 July 2015 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky has produced a prototype map showing where it may be unsafe or even illegal to fly Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred to as Drones. Bluesky has combined an expertise in flight planning and 3D aerial mapping with various geographic datasets to come up with […]
Supercomputers Make Bluesky’s National Geographic Datasets a Reality
Leicestershire, 07 May 2015 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky is exploring the power of supercomputers to process and deliver 3D maps, comprising trillions of data points, for a range of environmental applications.
Bluesky Announces New Aerial Photography for Ireland
Leicestershire, UK, 15 October 2014 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky has announced plans to photograph the whole of The Republic of Ireland from the air to create the most up to date high resolution photomap of the country.
Bluesky aerial photograph archives resolve land ownership disputes
Leicestershire, UK, 07 April 2009 – Aerial survey specialist Bluesky has launched a new web service designed to help resolve boundary, rights of way, and other land related disputes in Britain.
Bluesky 3D Model of Exeter Aids Public Consultation for New Park and Ride Facility
Leicestershire, UK, 22 January 2009 – Part of the City of Exeter, UK, has been turned into a virtual reality 3D model using data from aerial mapping company Bluesky.
BlueSky Maps Middle England from the Air
COALVILLE, England– Sept. 23, 2004–BlueSky (www.bluesky-world.com) has begun photographing central England from the air as part of a 10,000 square kilometre aerial survey to produce highly detailed imagery.
BlueSky Signs ‘Ikonos’ Satellite Imagery Agreement
Aerial photography company BlueSky and European Space Imaging have announced that they have signed an agreement allowing BlueSky to become a reseller for ‘Ikonos’ satellite imagery in the UK. Ikonos is an agile controllable satellite and has the industry’s best revisit time allowing it to photograph any location on earth every three days.