WorldView-2 was launched in October 2009, and was the first high-resolution 8 band multispectral commercial satellite. Capable of collecting up to 1 million square kilometers of imagery every day, it greatly enhances our capacity for rapid collection.
WorldView-1 was launched September 2007, and is the first of the WorldView next-generation satellites. Equipped with revolutionary technology, WorldView-1 proved that collecting sub 1 m imagery is possible and incredibly useful for a huge range of new applications, launching a new era in the remote sensing industry.
GeoEye-1 was launched in 2008 and is equipped with some of the most advanced technology ever used in a commercial remote sensing system. The crystal clear imagery from GeoEye-1 is available for you to task at our highest priority – guaranteeing an image collection.
QuickBird was a high-resolution commercial earth observation satellite launched in 2001. It offered sub-meter resolution imagery, high geolocational accuracy, and large on-board data storage. QuickBird’s orbit was raised in 2011 to extend the mission, and it re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere on 27 January 2015, ending its life.
KOMPSAT-3 is a Korean remote sensing satellite, which provides 0.7 m GSD panchromatic image and 2.8 m GSD multi-spectral image data for various applications including visual inspection and analysis due to its very high resolution.
WorldView-3 was launched on August 13 2014, and truly set a new standard for commercial satellites in-orbit. With 29 spectral sensors on-board, the data from WorldView-3 allows you to differentiate between objects with far greater accuracy.
SuperView-1 satelllite sensor (0.5m) is a Chinese remote sensing satellite launched on January 9, 2018. The SuperView satellites will offer satellite imagery with 0.5 meter panchromatic resolution and 2 meter multispectral resolution on a swath of 12 km. .