Posted on January 9th, 2012

Let Apollo Mapping Help You Locate Historic Sources of Geospatial Data and Imagery

Locating reliable sources of historic geospatial data can be challenging so let an Apollo Mapping representative assist you with the process. Working with knowledgeable industry partners, our research team combs archives of historic data to find the maps you need. We can uncover both imagery and vector datasets from a collection of library databases, public files and proprietary maps that others typically miss or ignore, including:small Grangeville_Idaho_1961_aerial_ENHANCED

  • Aerial imagery dating back to the early 1900’s
  • Topographic contour maps dating back to the late-1890’s
  • Written accounts of engineering studies from the earliest days of the United States, Europe and the Colonies

By combining geospatial information garnered from a wide variety of sources, it is often possible to answer your geospatial questions even when detailed imagery might not exist. The Apollo Mapping team has the expertise required to deliver the historic data you need in a timely fashion.

If you would like to find out more about our historic geospatial data and imagery services, let us know by email or by phone at (720) 470-7988.

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