Is Pictometry free?

Cadcorp SIS Pictometry Viewer is available for immediate download at no cost from, and requires an installation of Map Modeller, Map Editor or Map Manager to run.

Is EagleView free?

EagleView is offering free access to EagleView’s virtual desktop application, CONNECTExplorer, to enable government departments to perform field-based inspection and validation tasks from their homes.

What is EagleView?

Geospatial software, aerial imagery and analytics.

What is Pictometry imagery?

Pictometry (which is now is the name of a patented aerial image capture process that produces imagery showing the fronts and sides of buildings and locations on the ground.

Does EagleView measure siding?

Property Data Millions of roofing, siding, and solar installation jobs have taken advantage of EagleView’s highly accurate property measurements.

What is EagleView Explorer?

EagleView’s CONNECTExplorer application lets you view and analyze Pictometry aerial imagery in an easy-to- use web-based interface.

How long does it take to get an EagleView report?

3 Hour
You asked, and we listened. We now offer 3 Hour Delivery service on all of our aerial measurement reports. When you need your order fast, EagleView offers the fastest turnaround available.

What is the cost of an EagleView report?

Prepay and Save

EagleView PremiumReport B Bronze G Gold
Small (20 sq) $30 $22.50
Medium (40 sq) $55 $45
Large (40+ sq) $75 $65
Commercial $85 $75

How much does Sky measure cost?

Price: $39.50-$58 per Estimation Report Sky Measure is another software that is similar to Eagle View. I ranked them 2nd because they only offer 4 types of reports residential, commercial, wall reports, and site mapping.

What is RoofScope?

RoofScope reports compile all essential roofing measurements and images into an easy-to-read, environmentally friendly two-page report.

What are oblique images?

What is oblique imagery? Oblique Imagery is aerial photography that is collected at an angle, usually downward at a 40° to 50° angle to the ground. It contrasts with traditional orthophotos that they are collected looking straight down (nadir) position. Oblique imagery may be acquired using various camera system types.