MetroMap Insights empowers you to make informed decisions about your urban environment by leveraging the power of past and current aerial imagery. By analysing data from different points in time across the whole of Australia, our insights can help you better understand changes and trends in your area of interest.
With these valuable insights, you can plan for the future, anticipate changes, and stay ahead of the competition. Whether you’re in GIS, asset management, infrastructure development, urban planning, or environmental management, MetroMap Insights can help you make data-driven decisions that lead to success.
This feature, extracted from MetroMap aerial imagery represents the area covered by a residential, commercial, or industrial building, and is available as a polygon layer for use in most common GIS software. Monitor building approvals vs actual or view trends in urban growth to derive intelligence.
This feature represents the area covered by swimming pools, capturing even covered, empty, and dirty pools. Useful for monitoring pool installations, safety audits, and identification of opportunities for pool-allied businesses such as pool capping, cleaning, fencing, maintenance, and many more.
This feature represents the extent of solar arrays present on the roof of buildings. Great for a more targeted approach to reach out to your potential market for solar installations and allied businesses. Use polygon data to view change across time, or simply access a CSV file with address and other details for solar installations across your area of interest.
This feature represents the spatial coverage of tree branches, leaves, and stems in an area. It captures both medium as well as high vegetation. Using data from multiple years, stakeholders can review growth/reduction in vegetation over time, and drive policy decisions and greening targets. Additionally, this data can help plan for maintenance activities linked to the ageing of trees.
This feature represents the area covered by driveways that lead from a public street to a residence or building. The Driveway feature detected may be made of various materials including concrete, asphalt, gravel, and pavers. This feature data can help identify the condition of the driveway and opportunities for maintenance and resurfacing businesses, among other use cases.
This feature represents the area covered by grass, lawn, and artificial turf present around a property. Useful not only for monitoring the cleanliness of properties from a health & safety aspect but also for identification of potential customers for lawn maintenance and other allied businesses.