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We acquire, process, interpret and distribute data from a wide range of optical and radar satellite imaging systems. Our long-standing links with satellite operators and our 'vendor neutral' position mean that we are best placed to identify the optimal satellite data to match the scope, budget and timescale of projects across the world.
We supply and add value to satellite data from sensors that record visible and infrared imagery with ground resolutions of 0.5m to 30m. The images below depict the maximum spatial resolution of the imagery. The image captions describe the resolution range and operating lifespan of the satellite:
0.31 - 1.24m / 2014 - present
0.41 - 1.65m / 2008 - present
0.46 - 1.85m / 2009 - present
0.46m / 2007 - present
0.5 - 2m / 2011 & 2012 - present
0.55 - 5.5m / 2015 - present
0.6 - 2.4m / 2002 - present
0.7 - 2.8 / 2012 - present
0.75 - 4m / 2014 - present
0.8 - 3.2m / 1999 - 2015
0.8m / 2007 - present
0.90 - 2m / 2013 & 2014 - present
1 - 4m / 2006 - present
1 - 4m / 2014 - present
1 - 4m / 2003 - present
1.5 - 6m / 2012 - present
1.9m / 2000 - 2015
2 - 8m / 2006 - present
2 - 15m / 2008 - present
2.1 - 5.8m / 2012 - present
2.5 - 10m / 2006 - present
2.5 - 10m / 2002 - present
2.5 - 5m / 2009 - present
2.5m / 2005 - 2015
3 - 5m / 2014 - present
4 - 32m / 2000 - present
5m / 2008 - present
5m / 2013 - present
5 - 10m / 2010 - present
5.8m / 2003 - present
6 - 23.6m / 1997 - 2010
10 - 60m / 2015 - present
10m / 2006 - present
10 - 30m / 2001 - present
10 - 20m / 1986 - 2013
15/30m / 2002 - present
15 - 30m / 1999 - present
15 - 30m / 2013 - present
23.5m / 2003 - present
We supply and add value to satellite data acquired by synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors. These sensors actively transmit and record microwave radar signals and generate images with ground resolutions of 1m to 100m. The images below depict the maximum spatial resolution of the imagery. The image captions describe the resolution range and operating lifespan of the satellite:
5 - 40m / 2014 - present
1 - 100m / 2007 - present
1 - 16m / 2007 - present
3 - 100m / 1995 & 2007 - present
7 - 100m / 2006 - 2011
30m / 2002 - 2012
30m / 1991 & 1995 - 2000 & 2011
1 - 20m / 2013 - present
1 - 100m / 2014 - present
18m / 1992 - 1998
3-50m / 2012 to present
We create and supply digital elevation models (DEMs) from a variety of sources, including those generated from interferometric radar techniques, such as SRTM, and from stereo optical images, such as Worldview 1 & 2 or GeoEye. The images below depict the maximum spatial resolution of the imagery. The image captions describe the resolution range and vertical accuracy of the data:
1m / 0.5 - 2m* (vertical accuracy)
5m / 5 - 10m (vertical accuracy)
8m / 2 - 3m* (vertical accuracy)
20 - 30m / 5 - 10m* (vertical accuracy
90m / 5 - 15m (vertical accuracy)
1m / 0.15 - 0.25m (vertical accuracy)
12m / 2 - 10m (vertical accuracy)
10m / 5 - 10m (vertical accuracy)
25m / 15 - 30m (vertical accuracy)
5m / 5-10m (vertical accuracy)
5m / 3m (vertical accuracy)
*denotes an accuracy achieved with Ground Control Points (GCPs).
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