Google Earth | Free
From popular destinations like Maui and Paris to local restaurants and schools, Google Earth puts a wealth of Earth imagery and other geographic information right on your desktop. See satellite images of your childhood home or read articles from Wikipedia. Google Earth is free for personal use. No registration is required.
Google Earth Plus | $20*
Google Earth Plus is the ultimate tool for mapping enthusiasts. Plug in your GPS device to see your current position in real-time, or import data from your trek to relive the adventure. Import a homes-for-sale spreadsheet to view the locations of houses relative to schools and parks, or print images of the secluded beach you must visit on your next vacation.
Google Earth Pro | $400*
Google Earth Pro harnesses the full power of the tool. Offering an expanded feature set, enhanced printing, and the fastest data delivery speed, it is the ultimate research, presentation and collaboration tool for geo-specific information. Google Earth Pro is used by successful, forward-thinking professionals to deliver complex data sets simply and clearly. For more ideas, read how a variety of industries leverage Google Earth Pro to accomplish their professional objectives.
Google Earth Enterprise
Google Earth offers a variety of on-site deployment solutions for your enterprise. Combine your enterprise data with ASP-delivered Google Earth data or host your own complete data set.
- Google Earth Fusion integrates your custom data-points, vectors, terrain, raster imagery and GIS data in most major formats.
- Google Earth Server streams data to client software (Google Earth EC)
- Google Earth EC (Enterprise Client) for viewing, printing, authoring and sharing
Maps of Australia on Google Earth combines the power of Google Search with satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips. Formerly known as Earth Viewer, Maps of Australia on Google Earth was developed by Keyhole, Inc., a company acquired by Google in 2004. The product was renamed Maps of Australia on Google Earth in 2005 and is currently available for use on personal computers running Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, or Vista; Mac OS X 10.3.9 and above; Linux (released on June 12, 2006); and FreeBSD. In addition to releasing an updated Keyhole based client, Google also added the imagery from the Earth database to their web based mapping software. The degree of resolution available is based somewhat on the points of interest, but most land (except for some islands) is covered in at least 15 meters of resolution. Las Vegas, Nevada and Cambridge, Massachusetts include examples of the highest resolution, at 15 cm (6 inches). Maps of Australia on Google Earth allows users to search for addresses (for some countries only), enter coordinates, or simply use the mouse to browse to a location. Maps of Australia on Google Earth also has digital elevation model (DEM) data collected by NASA's Shuttle Radar Topography Mission. This means one can view the Grand Canyon or Mount Everest in three dimensions, instead of 2D like other map programs/sites. Since 23 November 2006, the 3D views of many mountains, including Mount Everest, have been improved by the use of supplementary DEM data to fill the gaps in SRTM coverage. In addition, Google has provided a layer allowing one to see 3D buildings for many major cities in the US and Japan. Many people using the applications are adding their own data and making them available through various sources, such as the BBS or blogs mentioned in the link section below. Maps of Australia on Google Earth supports managing three-dimensional geospatial data through Keyhole Markup Language (KML). It is available in a free version, and in licensed versions for commercial use. 3D Buildings on Maps of Australia with Google Earth Maps of Australia on Google Earth has the capability to show 3D buildings and structures (such as bridges), which consist of users' submissions using SketchUp, a 3D modeling program. In prior versions of Maps of Australia on Google Earth (before Version 4), 3D buildings were limited to a few cities, and had poorer rendering with no textures.
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