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(0-1m Resolution)

> Deimos-2

Satellite Deimos-2

DEIMOS-2 is a very high resolution satellite with imaging capabilities of down to 75cm in panchromatic.


Satellite EROS-B

EROS-B is a sub-metre panchromatic satellite which has been used for a range of diverse applications.

> Gaofen-2

Satellite Gaofen-2

Gaofen-2 hosts two cameras that each support 0.8m panchromatic and 3.2m multispectral ground sampling distances.

> GeoEye 1

Satellite Geoeye

GEOEYE-1 images at a resolution down to 0.41m and revisits every point on the globe every three days, or sooner.


Satellite IKONOS

The IKONOS satellite was successfully launched on September 24th, 1999 and has provided over a decade of high resolution imagery.


Satellite Kompsat-3

KOMPSAT-3 is sub-metre resolution optical satellite which was launched on May 17, 2012 and is planned to remain operational until 2020.


KOMPSAT-3A is sub-metre resolution optical satellite which was launched on March 26, 2015.


Satellite Pleiades

The Pléiades constellation is composed of two synchronous optical satellites, Pléiades-1A and Pléiades-1B.

> Quickbird

Satellite Quickbird

The Quickbird satellite, with its state-of-the-art BGIS 2000 sensor, has supported applications such as change detection and urban planning.

> Skysat

Planet’s Skysat satellites provide unrivalled temporal coverage of the Earth at sub-metre spatial resolution.

> SuperView-1A/1B constellation

The SuperView-1 constellation which first launched on 28 December 2016 provides panchromatic imagery at 0.5m resolution and 4 band multi-spectral imagery at 2m resolution.

> TeLEOS-1


TeLEOS-1 is a very high resolution panchromatic satellite with imaging capabilities of 1 meter at nadir.

> TripleSat

Triplesat, from 21AT, comprises three identical imaging satellites that are able to image to ground at 80cm resolution.

> WorldView-1

Satellite Worldview1

WorldView-1 was the first satellite of its series launched on September 18th, 2007, and has collected over 1 million km2 of imagery every day since its launch.

> WorldView-2

Satellite Worldview2

The WorldView-2 satellite was launched on October 9th, 2009 and forms the second part of the WorldView series. It provides global high resolution imagery down to a resolution of 0.46m.

> WorldView-3

Satellite Worldview3

The WorldView-3 satellite is regarded as the industry’s first super-spectral, high resolution commercial satellite.

> WorldView-4

Satellite Worldview4

Worldview-4 (previously Geoeye-2) operated from 2016 to January 2019, and provided imagery at a 31cm ground sampling distance to complement Worldview-3.


(1-10m Resolution)


Satellite Formosat2

FORMOSAT-2 has a unique orbit, enabling it to revisit anywhere on earth within 24 hours. Launched on May 20, 2004, this satellite has the capability to obtain high resolution optical images at a ground sampling distance down to 2m.


Satellite Kompsat-2

KOMPSAT-2 was launched on July 28, 2006 with the main objective of providing high resolution imagery for disaster support.

> Gaofen-1

The first of the Gaofen satellites was configured with a 2m panchromatic / 8m multi-spectral camera and one 16m multispectral medium-resolution and wide-view camera.


Planetscope imagery is collected by over 120 cubesat satellites that are capable of imaging over 200 million sq km of the Earth per day.


The RapidEye constellation of five satellites was launched in 2008 with an innovative 5 imaging channels including red edge which is very sensitive to vegetation condition.

> SPOT-5

Satellite Spot5

SPOT-5 is part of the SPOT series of satellites. Launched on May 4, 2002, SPOT-5 produced nearly 13 years worth of earth imagery at a Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) of 2.5m (Panchromatic).

> SPOT-6

Satellite Spot6

The SPOT-6 satellite was launched on September 9, 2012, as part of the SPOT mission which has been recording high resolution optical imagery of the earth since 1986.

> SPOT-7

Satellite Spot7

SPOT-7 is the latest satellite in a SPOT series, launched on June 30, 2014, and has the ability to image the earth at a spatial resolution of 1.5m


(10-30m Resolution)


Satellite Deimos-1

DEIMOS-1 is a medium resolution satellite which has been globally exploited for agricultural and forestry monitoring, though it is a valuable tool for many different applications.


Satellite Landsat-5

LANDSAT-5 was launched on March 1, 1984 and became the longest-operating Earth Observation satellite when it was finally decommissioned on June 5, 2013.


Satellite Landsat-7

The optical imagery obtained from LANDSAT-7 ETM+ has been used in a variety of sectors including governmental, educational and commercial applications.


Satellite Landsat-8

LANDSAT-8, launched in February 11, 2013, is a medium resolution optical satellite aiming to provide data for applications in agriculture, education, business, science and the government.


Satellite Sentinel-2

SENTINEL 2 is an optical imaging satellite which was launched on the 23rd June 2015 with the aim of obtaining imagery to help observe earth’s terrestrial changes.

> SPOT-4

Satellite Spot-4

SPOT-4 is part of the second generation of satellites in the SPOT series, with the innovative inclusion of an advanced ‘Vegetation’ instrument.


Satellite Ukdmc-2

The UKDMC-2 satellite is part of the UK Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC) which was launched on July 29, 2009.


Radar Satellites

> ERS-1

The two European Space Agency satellites, ERS-1 and 2, were used to pioneer the development of new radar applications.

> ERS-2

The two European Space Agency satellites, ERS-1 and 2, were used to pioneer the development of new radar applications.


Envisat was a landmark European Space Agency satellite that continued the legacy of the ERS-1 and 2 satellites, but with more flexible and sophisticated radar imaging capabilities.


Satellite Kompsat-3

KOMPSAT-5 is a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite which was launched on August 22, 2013.


Satellite Sentinel-1

The Sentinel-1A and Sentinel-1B satellites formed the first part of the Copernicus space mission, launched in April 2014 and 2016 respectively.


Satellite Tandem-x

TanDEM-X (TerraSAR-X add-on for Digital Elevation Measurement), launched on June 21, 2010, has amission objective of generating a high quality Global Digital Elevation Model.


Satellite Terrasar-x

TerraSAR-X (also known as TSX) is a high resolution X-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite which was launched on June 15, 2007 and has been predicted to remain operational until 2018.