Satellites

Unprecedented access to a worldwide network of satellite partners

Partnered with all leading commercial satellite operators to give clients access to a huge range of satellite data capabilities. This virtual constellation draws imagery from more than 450 satellites currently in orbit, providing access to both optical and radar imagery at a range of resolutions and sensing modes.

The Service

Imagery is sourced and supplied to meet each client’s specific needs in terms of spatial and spectral resolution, resulting in timely image acquisition frequency.

Cape Barren, Australia. ©2016 Planet

Cape Barren, Australia. ©2016 Planet

Mailiao Oil Refinery, Taiwan. ©2020 Capella

Client Benefits

  • Full global coverage
  • Satellite data can simultaneously provide large area of coverage and high levels of detail
  • Rapid updates of targeted area can be supplied every few hours if needed
  • On-demand tasking available from many providers
  • Historical backlog of worldwide data

Related INSIGHTS

Satellite

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APSIS – THE FULL COVERAGE INSAR

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The European Space Agency (ESA) launched their ‘Port of the Future’ initiative to address a number ecosystem challenges within ports across the world, whilst also utilising space-based data and services. ESA funded a total of nine studies, providing a solution to one of four key themes: environmental sustainability and energy efficiency, digitalisation, infrastructure improvement and safety and security services.

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