Your Own Views From Space, Tailored To Your Needs
Working with industry-leading satellites, we can provide your team with a range of high-resolution satellite imagery solutions that best suit your project’s needs and budget.
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Using the newest generation of Earth observation satellites, you can see your projects in more detail than ever before.
Next Generation Satellites
Meet our eyes in the sky—the latest generation of satellites from Maxar, Airbus Defence & Space, Planet, SIIS, and Capella—and discover what they’re capable of.
WorldView-1’s high-capacity panchromatic imaging system features state-of-the-art geolocation accuracy, rapid targeting, and efficient in-track stereo collection. It has an average revisit time of 1.7 days and can collect more than one million square kilometers of half-meter imagery.
Orbiting at an altitude of 770 km, WorldView-2 collects up to 1 million square kilometers of high-resolution 8-band imagery every day. It also offers industry-leading geolocation accuracy and stereoscopic collection on a single pass, ensuring greater image continuity.
WorldView-3 is the industry’s first multi-payload and super-spectral commercial satellite, providing imagery in a range of resolutions: 31cm panchromatic, 1.24m multispectral, 3.7m short-wave infrared, and 30m CAVIS. It also offers daily revisits and precision geolocation.
Ideal for large-scale mapping projects, GeoEye-1 provides highly detailed imagery at .46-meter panchromatic and 1.84-meter multispectral resolutions. It can geolocate features to less than 5m, offers stereoscopic collection on a single pass, and can revisit any point on Earth once every three days.
The Pleiades satellites work as a pair in phased orbits, and can perform daily revisits to any point on Earth. They provide highly detailed imagery at 50cm panchromatic resolution as well as 2m multispectral resolution.
The SPOT twins operate in phased orbits and can revisit any point on the globe once per day. They deliver 1.5-meter high-resolution imagery across five spectral bands and can capture 6 million square kilometers per satellite per day.
This constellation of approximately 130 satellites is constantly growing and improving, thanks to ongoing technology deployments. Combined, the constellation can image the entire land surface of Earth each day.
SkySat is a constellation of 14 satellites that are outfitted with panchromatic and multispectral sensors. Each satellite in the SkySat constellation can revisit any point on Earth every 4-5 days and has a geolocation range of 30-50 meters.