High resolution natural-colour satellite images are well-known products which provide a clear impression of your area of interest. The full spectrum of Earth Observation Imagery is acquired by a large number of sensors and cameras, which are mounted on various air-borne and space-borne systems. Compared to aerial surveys, satellite remote sensing can provide a lot of additional benefits to your applications. One of the most important advantages are the high repetition rates for small areas of interest and the reliable, and uncritical access to conflict areas and remote regions of the world. In addition, multi-sensor coverage can provide improved analysis capacity, by combining e.g. multi- and hyperspectral data with radar multi-band and polarimetric information.
Images from optical and radar systems can be made available for any region of the world - from local to continental scales. Ground resolutions up to 50cm are available from VHR systems with very high positional accuracy (e.g. Ikonos, Quickbird, WorldView), which is equivalent to map scales better than 1:5,000. Earth Observation Imagery may be ordered with professional licensing options from existing archives or as new acquisition tasks for your specific area-of-interest. Alternatively, you can take advantage of existing seamless image mosaics which EarthOnDrive created from large amounts of archive scenes - ready to be used in your projects. We have reseller and partnered relationships that can bring the following GeoData to your efforts.
Posted by Jorg Mohnen |
On 18 May 2018 |
Updated on 18 May 2018 |
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