LandOne, Lanett, Alabama, a design and takeoff software for the landscape industry, partnered with Nearmap, South Jordan, Utah, to give its users access to its aerial images. While LandOne has the ability to work with drone photos, this integration allows its users to search an address in LandOne Takeoff and capture a recent aerial view of a property that is often of comparable quality to a drone image.
Nearmap aerial imagery delivers current, future and historical images across 700 urban and regional areas, including the cities and suburbs that house more than 80% of the U.S. population, surveying more than 308,000 unique square miles each year.
“Our users are loving this new feature,” says LandOne founder, Joshua Martin. “This week I worked with a new user to design a new planting for a pool patio that had just been installed this spring. With one search we pulled a hi-res image that was less than a month old and already had the new patio in it. We immediately began designing the new planting right on the image for them to sell!”
“This integration is just another step LandOne has taken to revolutionize takeoff and enhancement sales for landscape professionals,” says Robert Maffei, The Maffei Companies CEO. “Having been account managers, estimators and business owners themselves, the team at LandOne is on a mission to provide the simple tool we need to sell more work and still make it home to our families on time.”