As a Nearmap user, you can create your own API key so that you can use Nearmap imagery in other applications. When you do so, the in-built API Key authentication means you do not have to provide your Nearmap username and password as authentication credentials.
Watch the video: How to Generate API Keys
Once your Nearmap administrator has created an API Application, you can log in to Nearmap to create an API Key for that application.
The API Key is now created – it is the long string of characters in the API Key column. You can use it in your integrations, as explained in Using an API Key in Nearmap Integrations.
If you no longer need an existing API Key, you can log in to Nearmap to delete it.