OpenAerialMap (OAM) is a set of tools for searching, sharing, and using openly licensed satellite and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery.
Built on top of the Open Imagery Network (OIN), OAM is an open service that will provide search and access to this imagery.
Use the map to pan and zoom to search available imagery. Imagery can be previewed by selecting a tile and browsing the sidebar. Read the User Guide for more information.
All imagery is publicly licensed and made available through the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team's Open Imagery Network (OIN) Node. All imagery contained in OIN is licensed CC-BY 4.0, with attribution as contributors of Open Imagery Network. All imagery is available to be traced in OpenStreetMap.
OAM is available for sharing and distributing aerial imagery. There are plenty of ways to get involved in OpenAerialMap.
Check out the GitHub repository to learn more about the design and how to get involved in the project.
The OAM Community is made up of many organizations and individuals that contribute time and resources to the project.