Pricing FAQs

Read the top FAQs about Bird.i plans and pricing here.

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How do credits work?

Each Bird.i plan comes with 100, 2,000, or 15,000 credits. Every time you view a fresh image by clicking on the map it uses 1 credit, while each image download is equivalent to 35 credits. Full information on credit inclusions can be found on our pricing page. The bigger the credit package purchase, the cheaper the per-credit price becomes.

How many users do you allow per subscription?

Our plans have a maximum of one user unless you opt for a bespoke plan where you can discuss your requirements with us, and we’ll tailor a plan to suit your needs.

Please refer to our Terms of Use for full information on licensing and use cases.

Do you offer bespoke plans?

We’re happy to discuss your specific requirements and tailor a bespoke plan to suit your business’ needs. Get in touch here to discuss your needs.

Do you offer a free trial?

We do not offer free trials of our service. However, you can sign up for a customised demo below or sign up for $75 for a smaller-sized package, designed for businesses to test our product.

Can I see a demo before purchasing a Bird.i subscription?

Yes – before you purchase a subscription, we encourage our users to sign up for a free demo. All you have to do is register with your corporate email address, and we’ll get in touch to arrange a suitable time. A customised demo is a great way to find out more about the platform and how it could benefit your business – sign up below!

How much does access to the API cost?

There is no cost for using the Catalog API.
The Image API is charged per image impression consumed. Each image view is a maximum of 5×5 (25) tile grid.
For the Download API, each image download is comprised of multiple image tiles stitched together into a composite image. A single image download is charged as 35 credits.
With the Tiles API, each image impression (25 tiles) loaded by the mapping application is charged as 1 credit.

Is it a higher price for higher resolution imagery?

There is no difference in cost between different resolutions or images from different providers.