Aerial mapping company Bluesky has supplied Enfield Council with BlomOBLIQUE aerial images covering the whole of the north London Borough.
Blom announces one year extension to the agreement with Microsoft for delivery of oblique (Birds Eye) imagery.
Blom and Microsoft have extended the agreement for delivery of BlomOBLIQUE by an additional year. The extension was an option available in the five-year framework agreement signed between the parties in March 2010.
Whilst the UK gears itself up for hosting London 2012’s Olympic Games aerial photography specialist Blom has captured the final preparations as they get underway across Greater London. Making the most of the few clear blue skies in late May Blom set about capturing all 32 boroughs, making it the most up-to-date photography of the capital available.
Using a powerful online server, high resolution images of hundreds of European cities can now be streamed direct to the desktop.
Blom CGR, the Italian subsidiary of Blom ASA, has partnered with the Saudi Arabian firm Unicom to secure a contract with the Development Commission of Medina (DCOM). The contract involves providing professional services for the production of base maps and 3D modelling of the city of Medina in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
As an esteemed aerial measurement services provider, Aerialogics has announced a newly signed contract giving the company exclusive rights to access one of the largest geographic imagery databases in Europe. The large-scale provider, BlomASA, is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with business operations spanning across 13 different countries.
Blom and Cyclomedia have signed an exclusive franchise agreement to produce BlomSTREET in the territories of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, and are currently investigating similar agreements for other territories in Southern Europe.