Product ID: 1641 - English
Published: 1 Mar, 2012
GLIDE: OT20120114HTI
FootPrint (Lat x Long, WSG84 Geographic, decimal degrees)
TopLeft: 18.66 x -72.253
BottomRight: 18.562 x -72.249

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This aerial survey of the Corail IDP camp in Port au Prince, Haiti was conducted as part of the first operational deployment of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) by the United Nations in February 2012. A total of five sites across Port au Prince were surveyed by a UNITAR/UNOSAT field deployment in direct support to on-going earthquake recovery projects of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). In the case example of the Corail camp illustrated in this map, the UAV acquired during a single flight a complete image mosaic of the camp and surrounding informal settlements at an unprecedented spatial resolution of only 5 centimetres; thus providing IOM and local government authorities with the most detailed aerial imagery ever acquired over the city. Technical support for the UAV system was provided by SenseFly, and the mission was conducted in the context of the GMES GEO-PICTURES project. The results of this UAV survey have been validated on the ground. Please send feedback to UNITAR/UNOSAT at the contact information below. Map scale for A0: 1: 725; map projection: UTM Zone 18N-WGS84.
Imagery Data (1): Swinglet CAM UAV
Imagery Dates: 10 February 2012
Resolution: 5 cm
Copyright: UNITAR / UNOSAT 2012
Analysis: UNITAR / UNOSAT