Texas Imagery Service Subscription Available Now

The Texas Imagery Service, providing 6-inch statewide aerial imagery from Google, is now available as an annual subscription to all government organizations in Texas. The service continues to provide unparalleled benefits to the Texas GIS community by offering features such as:

  • Convenient and inexpensive subscription service to access over $20 million worth of quality aerial imagery for Texas via WMTS/WMS links;
  • 6-inch pixel resolution, natural color imagery from Google that can be used in your GIS or online map applications;
  • Continuous and automatic imagery refresh cycles that provide updated imagery every three years, more frequently for many urban areas;
  • Access to metadata to better understand when the imagery was acquired;
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP) infrastructure that guarantees reliable and instant access to imagery and eliminates local data storage and management costs; and
  • Continued access to older versions of Google imagery as new imagery becomes available.

To learn more about the service and see low-cost annual rates, visit the Texas Imagery Service.

*This service is available to private organizations only through existing contracts with a government entity in Texas. *

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