No, Tracts does not have an aerial map that would be made with GIS. However, it has a Subtracts & Depth tool which utilizes relational shapes entered into the grid to convey interests from certain depths, acreage, or minerals.
Tracts specializes in getting you Ownership answers the most efficient way possible. A lot of great companies specialize in GIS. We aren’t one of them. However, we do have a simple link integration with most GIS tools and for a fee can create deeper integrations if their systems have an accessible API.