Denmark is the first country in the world to display country-wide slopes as free public data. SDFE has produced the nationwide slope photos so that they can be included in the management basis for property valuations.
Skirt photos are aircraft photos that depict the ground surface “seen from above”, so that you can see facades on buildings from all four world bears. In addition to improving the efficiency of public administration tasks, nationwide slope photos have also provided new opportunities for private companies from planning window cleaning, installing scaffolding and solar cells to develop new solutions for visualisations and to 3D city models.
Skirt photos allow country-wide objects in the landscape to be viewed sloped from all four world bears. In this way, for example, façades on buildings become clear. SDFE has produced the nationwide slope photos as part of the pre-selection basis for VURDST’s property valuations. Screw photos contain 5 images — a pilot image and an image sloping towards each world’s eagle (N, S, E, V). The photography and production of oblique photos took place in 2017 and 2019 and is expected to be carried out in 2021 and 2023.
Screw photo is available via card display and download. In the slope application, you can find the images via an address search and then you can view the different slope photos in the selected area using simple navigation and zoom tools. You can also download single images via the web solution.
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