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Butj

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#265422 20-Jan-2020 21:44
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Can anyone tell me how I can get an up to date overhead image of a site in Auckland? Current image displayed is dated April 2019.


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djtOtago
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  #2402725 20-Jan-2020 22:01
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Find a company that specialises in aerial photography and pay them to take some up to date photos of the area.


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  #2402730 20-Jan-2020 22:13
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I assume you have already checked Auckland Council GIS map? It can be a bit hit and miss - sometimes it is more up to date than Google, but sometimes it's behind. Either way it's worth checking if you have not already done so.





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djtOtago
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  #2402734 20-Jan-2020 22:26
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Could also try Bing maps https://www.bing.com/maps

 

 


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  #2402748 21-Jan-2020 07:19
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Try LINZ. https://data.linz.govt.nz/search/?q=aerial+photo+auckland+2019

 

But seriously, I doubt you'll find later than April last year.

 

 


sittingduckz
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  #2402763 21-Jan-2020 08:21
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If using Google Earth, try turning 3D buildings off in settings/Map style as it may give you a newer image... worked for me :)





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Butj

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  #2403338 22-Jan-2020 08:48
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Thanks for replys. I have learned that you can request from Google to refresh the map area you are interested in. Send them a screendump. But the wait may be long I suspect :-(


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