has launched its latest product Nearmap 3D, which gives customers the ability to stream and export 3D imagery on-demand through Map-Browser.
They can visualise cities in 3D from any direction and measure distances and export custom areas in a variety of formats.
This changes how industries such as urban planning, architecture, construction can view and shape cities across Australia and the US.
Nearmap is also launching the beta data version of its artificial intelligence product.
Shares in Nearmap (ASX:NEA)
closed 1.91 per cent higher at $3.20 yesterday.