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  • AxelGlobe is the data solution of Axelspace. Five GRUS Earth Observation microsatellites compose the AxelGlobe constellation (GRUS-1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E). AxelGlobe provides both up-to-date information with a high revisit rate and a collection of past data.
  • BlackSky's rapidly expanding constellation of Earth observation satellites offers high-revisit, high-resolution, low-cost imagery for site monitoring and understanding global activity. Most of the satellites in the BlackSky constellation have been launched into a mid-inclination orbit (MIO) in order to provide high revisit rate cadence, responsive last-minute tasking and timely collect-to-data-delivery latency timeframes in the mid-latitudes between 53°N and 53°S.
  • A constellation of X-band SAR satellites delivering very high revisit and very high resolution data. Understand relevant changes and timely pattern-of-life analyses from Capella’s very high resolution SAR imagery. Capella’s enhanced image quality provides an exceptional contrast and sharpness while their extensive constellation enables rapid revisit and timely monitoring. Great for change detection and verification due to very high resolution, weather independent data capture, disaster response, maritime awareness, land resource management, and more.
  • A constellation of 138 satellites with 7 on-orbit satellites and 35 more satellites coming by the end of 2021. The current on-orbit satellites provide 4 times per day revisit at 0.98m native resolution (PAN).
  • 1.25-tonne powerful VHR satellites offering 0.5m PAN resolution with an extra-large swath of 136km. A very adaptable satellite for timeless large-scale mapping with a 1.3 million km2 image capacity daily. It is now possible to capture a country or a region of 40,000km2 in one single pass without doing mosaic.
  • A stereo satellite with two onboard cameras offering 0.65m resolution. Equipped with an onboard laser altimeter, the vertical accuracy can reach 0.98m RMSE/1.62m (LE90), ideal for 1:10000 mapping even without a Ground Control Point (GCP).
  • 2 satellites with an onboard intelligent processing system with 25 bands at 5m, 10m, 20m resolution. 25-band (spectral characteristics: coastal blue, chlorophyll, biomass) satellite constellation with a 110km swath, ideal for large-scale natural resource monitoring.
  • Radar satellite imaging service designed to deliver very frequent coverage, both day and night ideal for persistent monitoring. Gain extensive insights with high-resolution satellite imagery from a smaller area delivered up to multiple times per day. Capable of up to a ground resolution of 1 m. Different instrument modes support wide, medium, and detailed imaging suitable for change detection, monitoring patterns of life, and taking fast actions in quickly evolving situations.
  • Kleos detects and geolocates radio frequency transmissions from space to improve the identification of hidden and illegal activity. This complementary and cost-effective data can be used to tip and cue existing datasets to enhance intelligence capability, even when traditional GEOINT sources are compromised by weather, distance, or sea-state. Guardian LOCATE is a data set processed to deliver geolocated RF activity. This data product is ready for further analytics by the customer within the GEOINT and data fusion platforms.
  • KOMPSAT-3 is a very high-resolution optical satellite from the Korean Aerospace Research Institute with the imagery distributed by SI Imaging Services (SIIS). The sensor was launched into sun synchronous low Earth orbit on 18 May 2012 and delivers imagery of up to 50cm resolution.
  • KOMPSAT-3A is the sister satellite to KOMPSAT-3, delivering very high-resolution optical imagery of up to 40cm resolution. Launched in 2015, it offers a slight improvement on the resolution of its sister satellite as well as an additional MWIR band.
  • KOMPSAT-5 is a Korean SAR satellite launched in 2014 with the primary mission to provide high-resolution SAR images at up to an 85cm resolution.The satellite can be used to monitor atmospheric particulates and capture the Earth's surface with high precision.
  • Near Space Labs' zero-emission balloon technology helps you purchase with a conscious. All data comes analytics-ready, meaning non-local means denoising, sigmoidal contrast and white balancing, image-based atmospheric correction have been applied. Near Space Labs 30cm data currently covers regions in the United States and plans to provide and capture data globally in the future.
  • 9 on-orbit satellites offer true color night image and video from space at 0.92m and 1.21m resolution. Capable of taking daytime & nighttime imagery, ideal for change detection. Video from space allows users to detect ship or vehicle movement.
  • The Pléiades Neo quadruplets are state-of-the-art optical satellites delivering 0.3m Ortho products as a standard. Phased on the same orbit, in quadrature, with an optimised and smart-tasking system, added to a laser communication link to the geostationary telecommunications satellites SpaceDataHighway (also known as European Data Relay Service, EDRS), and an improved weather forecast, they will provide the highest quality images with unprecedented reactivity. Minimum order size is 100 km2.
  • Very-high resolution twin satellites offering 0.5 m resolution products. The constellation is highly reactive and has been designed for daily revisit anywhere on Earth, with stereo and tri-stereo capacity. Minimum order size is 100 km2.
  • High-resolution twin satellites offering 1.5 m resolution products. They can cover large areas in a single pass up to 100,000 sq km. Satellites are specially designed to cover nationwide areas within a season. Minimum order size is 500 km2.
  • The SuperResolution product further enhances the resolution of multispectral imagery to 70cm using proprietary processing techniques. With 4x daily revisit for any geographic location, the constellation can completely map any country or region every month. A fully automated solution with the ability to remap the entire planet at both high-frequency and high-resolution, the Satellogic constellation is slated for fast growth in the coming years.
  • Four identical satellites with a native resolution of 0.5m PAN and 2m MS. This agile satellite can provide stereo imaging, nadir, continuous strip, scroll imaging. It has a deep archive and significant imaging capacity.
  • An Airbus SAR satellite delivering very high resolution or wide area coverage SAR data. Its reliability, high revisit, and weather-independent data capture make it a go-to option for DSM generation, maritime monitoring, and surface movement monitoring using InSAR.
  • A 3-satellite constellation offering tri-stereo imaging in a single path. Equipped with 3 cameras on each satellite, ideal for a 1:50000 mapping. The latest ZY3 satellite is equipped with an onboard laser altimeter offering a better than 5m (LE90) vertical accuracy.
  • 3-satellite constellation with significant archive, daily revisits, and the wide swaths. Encompassing 3 satellites phased in orbit equally apart from each other, the TripleSat constellation offers daily revisits to any location on the planet and with the widest swaths of any high resolution system. Daily revisits and large footprints combine to make TripleSat an industry-leading high-resolution monitoring and tasking constellation.

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