Orthoimagery is digital aerial photography that has been geometrically corrected (orthorectified) to remove distortion caused by camera optics, aircraft tilt, and differences in ground elevation.

The publicly available statewide orthoimagery datasets from TxGIO have either 0.5-meter or 1-meter pixel resolution. This level of image detail is used to identify current conditions, features, and changes on the ground serving as a base of reference for other map information.

Continue reading to see all are our available StratMap orthoimagery datasets