samlarsen1 at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Jun 19 23:31:23 BST 2011
Bing will be our primary imagery provider (hopefully - tbc)
But in the case where we can't get Bing imagery for a specified area at all or
in a timely manner - we want to have a secondary channel so that we are not
hedging all of our bets on Bing.
If you or Mikel could please send me the supplier info that would really help.
Web GIS Specialist
M: +44 (0)794 433 7455
From: Kate Chapman <kate at maploser.com>
To: Sam Larsen <samlarsen1 at yahoo.co.uk>
Cc: HOT <hot at openstreetmap.org>
Sent: Sun, 19 June, 2011 23:24:52
Subject: Re: [HOT] GPSToGo
I'd all suggest trying to get the imagery for free first. This
obviously won't work everywhere but could hurt.
HOT usually doesn't buy imagery, I got close to actual purchasing it
from a supplier at one point, but then Bing announced we could use
I can send you the supplier info I have though, I believe it is the
same one that Mikel utilized in the past.
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 5:18 AM, Sam Larsen <samlarsen1 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As part of the GPSToGo revamp, one of our imagery sources will be the
> purchase of high-res satellite imagery (funded by donations) for specified
> areas in developing countries.
> Having not been involved in this process for HOT, i would like to get some
> more info on the suppliers that we have used in HOT, the WMS hosting & image
> processing steps we have taken.
> Mikel outline the process to me last week but i need to get it all written
> Please can someone outline the imagery request process, suggested imagery
> suppliers, guide imagery purchase price (i am hoping to get the same price
> for GPSToGo), expected cost of WMS hosting and any other considerations so
> that i can put together a plan for imagery acquisition for our project.
> Thanks all,
> Sam Larsen
> Web GIS Specialist
> M: +44 (0)794 433 7455
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