Bing Maps Imagery Release, November 2009

A bit of an early surprise for my friends who are at Tech Ed Europe 2009 with me. In this special drop of imagery for Bing Maps we focus on, guess where…Europe! And, mostly Eastern Europe. Yesterday, while at Tech Ed Europe, I met with journalists from Norway, UK, Czech Republic, Spain, Croatia, Russia and Austria and most of them asked when we’ll have better imagery / photography in their respective countries. Well, at least I can make a few of them happy. Below, you’ll find the information for this release…all 178,720 square kilometers of it.

And, as always, check out the full details on the Bing Maps World Tour Application.

  • Bulgaria (1,225 sq. km)
  • Czech Republic (10,808 sq. km)

 

  • Estonia (1,418 sq. km)
  • Hungary (23,840 sq. km)
  • Latvia (12,763 sq. km)
  • Lithuania (9,681 sq. km)
  • Poland (24,912 sq. km)
  • Romania (24,435 sq. km)
  • Russian Federation (15,636 sq. km)

 

  • Slovakia (2,018 sq. km)
  • Slovenia (314 sq. km)
  • Switzerland (6,227 sq. km)
  • Turkey (45,443 sq. km)

 

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7 comments
  1. luis301900

    Chris this is wonderful, I would love to see colombia south america the small cities, and towns.

  2. samoen

    wonderful to see europe aerial catching up with bird's eye. can't wait for bird's eye images of eastern europe (eventually, i hope.) one question: with western europe now comprehensively covered by bird's eye view, where are hamburg's images?

  3. hotels

    ok

  4. arjan

    @CP

    No i mean in general.

    Just like a list with the highlights..

    e.g. Jakarta, Indonesia : Street data added

  5. Chris Pendleton

    @Jimgia – Latin America is schedule, but I can't release timelines due to confidentiality.

    @Arjan – Do you mean something in the world tour or is it specific to the release (which didn't include a vector data update.

  6. arjan

    Chris, do you know if there is also an overview of updates of vector data?

  7. jimgia

    Is there a schedule for imagery updates for Latin America?

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