What AI Attributes can you export and view in MapBrowser?
When you export AI Parcels, the data that you obtain depends on which AI Packs you have purchased. An AI Pack will typically enable one or more AI Layers for viewing, and additional information in the export. Refer to AI Packs for more information.
What is the statistical performance of the Parcel data?
The classification correctness and completeness rate varies for each attribute. Refer to AI Packs for data.
The table below is a summary of the statistical performance for each attribute with a "Y"/"N" flag in the spreadsheet output of an AI Parcel export. These numbers refer to whether at least one object of this type is present in an AI Parcel.
What's contained in each export file?
Your AI export includes both a parcel rollup and a geopackage. The table below outlines the contents of each content type that is exported.
|Parcel rollup (csv)|
Vector Layer (shapefile)
|usage||Easily accessible spreadsheet with summarised information.||Specialist geospatial software required to consume rich information such as the shape of a building footprint.|
CSV file with the following columns:
|ZIP file containing: .dbf, .prj, .shp and .shx file|
|approx download size||Refer to the examples below as a guide|
What size are the export files?
The largest area you can export is an entire region. The largest region we have AI coverage for is New York City.
The below table shows three actual examples of AI Parcel data export based on a subscription to ALL packages.
|Area of interest||Number of parcels||CSV zip file||Vector Layers zip file|
|Example 1||Suburban metro council area in Sydney, Australia||27 399||4.31 MB||32.99 MB|
|Example 2||Manhattan||112 687||15.57 MB||67.38 MB|
|Example 3||Sydney CBD||395 555||69.19 MB||394.48 MB|
What datum are the geopackage data based on?
All data in the geopackage are based on WGS84 (EPSG:4326)
How are subscriptions organised?
Refer to AI Packs to see the available AI attribute bundles.
What applications can I import AI Parcel data into?
The GeoPackage files have been tested to open in QGIS, Esri's suite of ArcGIS products, and using the GeoPandas python package.
I can see AI Layer. Why can't I export them?
To be able to export layers, you need to have User AI Export Permissions. Your administrator can set that for you by following the steps described here: Add/Remove a User's 3D or AI Export Permissions.
How do I download an AOI that I've already exported?
If you download a previous export as described here, you will not incur new credit cost.
- You can download an AOI that you've exported previously by clicking Export from the top menu, then Downloads at the bottom of the Export panel
- Make sure you're on the AI tab.
Why can't I see all the attributes listed on the AI Parcel Data Attributes page?
Why do the AI Layers of some objects look more transparent than others?
Refer to Viewing AI Layers - Why View AI Layers for more information.
How do the attributes look with a split screen?
AI rasters are not supported at this time in Split View. You will see rasters only in one window of the split view.
What can I do with AI data?
Read about ways you can use Nearmap AI to automate your workflow, increase efficiency, and and ensure your data is more accurate and up-to-date: Making the Most of Your AI Data.