Measurements provided by one of the various forms of aerial remote sensing technologies can allow urban planners to harness the spatial data of a given settlement (clears and peripheries). Using this data is a vital part of solving many problems associated with urban planning and development (such as planning, real estate registries, operational difficulties, detecting illegal waste deposits, environmental protection, employing renewable resources, flood control, and disaster management, etc.), and can provide answers for questions regarding external investments (relief, aspect, soil characteristics, etc.). The data can be used to produce thematic digital maps and layers, and by analysing together with investors, can serve as the basis for many different kinds of solutions and pilot projects.
- Urban planning
- Regional authorities