The newest 30-cm resolution commercial imaging satellites SuperView Neo-1 01 and 02 were successfully launched into orbit on April 29, 2022. The first images were taken just a few days after the launch, on May 3, 2022 to showcase SuperView Neo-1’s imaging capabilities over McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas of USA, and Qatar’s capital Doha.
Sample 1. SuperView Neo-1. The McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, USA
Sample 2. SuperView Neo-1. Doha, Qatar
SuperView Neo-1 satellites will add the image collection capacity to another 1.5 million square kilometers per day, and lift revisit capacity to 2 times per day with high agility. They will provide massive data and timeliness services for defense security, civil mapping, agriculture management, energy, and transportation infrastructure, disaster monitoring, and so on. Currently, the satellites are in-orbit testing and calibration by China Siwei Surveying and Mapping Technology Co., Ltd (China Siwei).
China Siwei is developing a SuperView Neo commercial satellite system, which includes at least 28 satellites divided into 3 series. SuperView Neo-1 aims to provide 20 to 30-cm optical images. SuperView Neo-2 will service customers for SAR images with 50-cm resolution in spotlight mode. The first two 50 cm SAR satellites will be launched within the next few months. SuperView Neo-3 can acquire a large swath-width optical image with a resolution of better than 1 meter.
The 30-cm imagery products will become commercially available in the next months. In the meantime, please contact us to get more information and pre-order imagery.