Bing imagery analyzer for OSM

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Bing imagery analyzer for OSM
Screenshot of Bing imagery analyzer for OSM
Author: Very Furry / Martijn van Exel
Website: http://mvexel.dev.openstreetmap.org/bing/
Version: 0.8[1] (2010-12-24)
License: undefined (but open) (free)
Platform: Web
Programming language: PHP

default bing satellite and aerial photos overlaid with their capture date as set in the HTTP headers for each tile

The Bing Aerial Imagery Analyzer for OpenStreetMap is a site showing bing satellite and aerial photos overlaid with their capture date.

http://mvexel.dev.openstreetmap.org/bing/

Read more about the tool: about.txt

It's a way of understanding Bing coverage, particularly in relation to age of images. See the Bing/Coverage page for other tools, in particular there is another tool showing coverage coloured in red, developed as a fork of this tool.

Development

The tool was developed by Martijn van Exel.

Code for this resource now resides on github. [2]

Notes