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Orthophotos are an aerial photo dataset covering Estonia.
An orthophoto is a processed aerial photo from which distortions caused by terrain relief, camera tilt relative to the ground at the moment of exposure and camera central projection are removed. A digital orthophoto has a certain pixel size or resolution which shows the smallest indivisible exposed area on the ground (Ground Sampling Distance, GSD).
Orthophotos have a nationwide coverage and correspond to the scale of 1:5000-1:10000 (pixel size 20-40 cm). Orthophotos for densely populated areas are produced with the pixel size of 10-16 cm.
The mono dataset has a single grayscale band.
For more information, please see the Estonia orthophotos documentation
The data is free to use for commercial and non-commercial purposes for a non-specified term, provided that proper attribution is given to the licensor (e.g. Estonian Land Board) along with the title and age of the data.
Map data: Estonian Land Board
Explore with Earth Engine
var dataset = ee.ImageCollection('Estonia/Maamet/orthos/mono'); Map.setCenter(24.959, 58.148, 15); Map.addLayer(dataset, null, 'Estonia Maamet mono');