- LANDSAT 7 ETM+
- LANDSAT 8
- High Resolution
- Medium Resolution
- 3D Terrain
- More Imagery
- GeoEye-1 (0.46m)
- GeoEye-2 (0.34m)
- WorldView-1 (0.46m)
- WorldView-2 (0.46m)
- WorldView-3 (0.31m)
- Pleiades-1A (0.5m)
- Pleiades-1B (0.5m)
- QuickBird (0.65m)
- IKONOS (0.82m)
- SkySat-1 (0.9m)
- SkySat-2 (0.9m)
- SPOT-6 (1.5m)
- SPOT-7 (1.5m)
- Other Satellites (2m-20m)
- Engineering and Construction
- Defense and Security
- Environmental Monitoring
- Media and Entertainment
- Natural Resources
Satellite images andsupport fire and emergency personnel for responding to emergency situations, hazardous fuels reduction, community assistance, firefighting, rehabilitation, and restoration.
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Many government, state, and private forestry organizations and agencies today utilize geospatial technology such as(geographic information systems) and satellite imagery for various applications supporting analysis, assessment, and management of our forests.
Many applications of forestry and natural resources require accurate land cover and change analysis. Changing conditions due to urban sprawl, as well as increasing forest fragmentation, makeanalysis an extremely important consideration for management, planning and inventory mapping. This includes ecosystem and species diversity, forest productivity, reforestation, forest health, conservation of soil, water resources, and nutrient cycling.
Copper Mountain Ski Resort, Colorado
IKONOS (0.82m) Satellite Image
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Fire and Emergency Mapping
Satellite images andsupport fire and emergency personnel for responding to emergency situations, hazardous fuels reduction, community assistance, firefighting, rehabilitation, and restoration. In order to model a forest fire, the techniques for obtaining, analyzing and displaying spatial information in a timely and cost-effective manner are needed which has proven not only to be possible, but incredibly efficient and effective.
Wildfires in Bastrop, Texas, USA
WorldView-2 (0.5m) Satellite Sensor
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Deforestation has been attributed to socio-demographic factors, such as population growth and the political economy of class structure, and specific exploitation activities like commercial logging, forest farming, fuel wood gathering, agriculture and pasture clearance for cattle production.
Visoke Volcano - Virunga National Parks, Congo (DRC) and Rwanda Deforestation
3D Terrain Model - IKONOS Stereo Satellite Imagery
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Satellitein conjunction with GIS data are effective means for quantifying deforestation and for assessment and monitoring of our forests.
Rapid Acquisition/Rush Tasking
RUSH tasking orders for satellite image data around the world are accepted by SIC in support of live events, natural disasters, global security, and various other applications in which FAST delivery of image data is critical. In most instances, we can provide image data within 24 hours after the initial data has been acquired and delivered via FTP and DVD media. A Spanish version is also available at http://www.satimagingcorp.es.
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