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Video: New Zealand Aerial Mapping (NZAM) BBC "One Show" Appearance

September 3, 2009
The light-hearted piece presented by Phil Tufnell, initially dressed as a Russian soldier, looks back to the Cold War when many of Britain’s military bases and secret installations were restricted from appearing on maps. Fast forwarding to today, Tufnell takes to the air in NZAM’s Rockwell Aero Commander 690, based in Oxford, to learn about modern aerial surveying.


In this promotional piece, part of Getmapping’s air ops team from New Zealand Aerial Mapping (NZAM) is featured on the BBC’s "One Show" on 18th August.
 
The light-hearted piece presented by Phil Tufnell, initially dressed as a Russian soldier, looks back to the Cold War when many of Britain’s military bases and secret installations were restricted from appearing on maps.  Fast forwarding to today, Tufnell takes to the air in NZAM’s Rockwell Aero Commander 690, based in Oxford, to learn about modern aerial surveying.
 
To view the video, click to www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K8qNX4x39k&eurl.