A satellite ecosystem is part of a life-long quest to bring the opportunities of Space to Earth, empowering humanity to build a better, more sustainable future.
Around-the-clock spatial data updates for multiple industries: mining, oil & gas, agriculture, forestry, construction communications, transport and more
Satellite infrastructure for precise monitoring and timely change detection
7 optical imaging satellites for modeling vegetation maps and assessing specific vegetation parameters
Sun-synchronous orbits with a 3-day revisit to get information from any part of the planet
Target area revisit within every 24 hours, on demand
In the satellite industry, the prime focus is turned to small satellites with synthetic aperture radar (SAR) payloads. These radars use advanced technologies to penetrate upper atmosphere interference, cloud cover, and foliage, compensating for the downsides of purely optical imagery. As a result, SAR provides high-resolution images of the Earth's surface even if the target area is obscured.
Cloud masking is important to prepare satellite images for analysis and hide useless data. It helps to reduce the probability of error and obtain more accurate results. The technique benefits many industries and is widely used in farming software.
Basic steps for geospatial analysis implementation and the scope of its applications. Benefits for situation awareness, tracing changes and prognosis.
Types of geospatial technologies are tools for distant observations of places and the identification of their coordinates. The technique is employed in many industries and everyday life.
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