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Remote Sensing Resources
Satellite Imaging Sensors
Satellite Imaging Corporation uses cutting-edge technology to provide satellite imaging services to a wide variety of industries. Please select a satellite sensor from the list below to learn more about it.
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ALOS is one of the world's largest earth observation satellites, whose primary function is to collect high resolution, global land observation data.
ASTER is a state-of-the-art instrument sensor system that monitors cloud cover, glaciers, land temperature, land use, natural disasters, sea ice, snow cover, and vegetation patterns.
CARTOSAT-1 is a state-of-the-art remote sensing satellite built by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) which is mainly intended for cartographic applications in India.
CBERS-2 is a satellite used for a diverse array of applications, such as mapping and environmental observation.
FORMOSAT-2 is a multipurpose satellite developed by the National Space Organization (NSPO), and is suitable for both remote sensing and scientific observation tasks.
GeoEye-1, developed by GeoEye, provides groundbreaking imaging technology for a diverse array of applications.
IKONOS is a high-resolution satellite sensor operated by GeoEye. It features a 0.82m panchromatic resolution at nadir, making it suitable for a large number of applications and industries.
The LANDSAT-7 satellite sensor features Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+), an advanced, multispectral scanning, earth resources sensor.
Pleiades-1A is the first high-resolution satellite from Spot Image, providing orthorectified color data at half-meter resolution.
Pleiades-1B is the second high-resolution satellite launched as part of the Pleiades constellation.
QuickBird, a high resolution satellite sensor operated by DigitalGlobe, provides high resolution digital aerial photographs of locations around the world.
The RapidEye constellation of five satellites stands apart from other providers of satellite-based geospatial information in their unique ability to acquire high-resolution, large-area image data on a daily basis.
The SPOT-5 satellite is a key asset for medium-scale mapping, urban and rural planning, oil and gas exploration, as well as many other applications.
The SPOT-6 satellite offers advanced technology for medium-scale mapping, urban and rural planning, oil and gas exploration, as well as many other applications.
The WorldView-1 satellite includes a high-capacity, panchromatic imaging system, and is the most agile satellite ever flown commercially.
WorldView-2 includes pan-sharpened, multispectral images with better than 0.5-meter resolution.
WorldView-3, a high-resolution satellite sensor from GeoEye, is expected to launch in late 2014.