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SATPALDA provides you clear and timely insight into our changing world. With an array of modern Remote Sensing sensors in its product portfolio SATPALDA provides you with a unique strength that enables you to make positive contribution this planet and humanity. Sensor with disparate specification provide distinctive insight in terrestrial and marine phenomena.

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WorldView-3

WorldView-3 is the latest satellite sensor from DigitalGlobe. With the addition of this sensor to its satellite constellation (in addition to QuickBird, WorldView-1, GeoEye-1, Ikonos and WorldView-2), DigitalGlobe will be capable of collecting ~1 billion km2 of Earth imagery per year. DigitalGlobe has added a SWIR (Shortwave Infrared) sensing 8-band instrument to WorldView-3 satellite that will read more

WorldView-2

WorldView-2 satellite sensor from DigitalGlobe provides 8-band multispectral imagery. It was launched on October 8, 2009 from Vandenberg Air Force Base on a Delta II rocket to become DigitalGlobe’s third satellite in orbit, joining WorldView-1 which was launched in 2007 and QuickBird which was launched in 2001. It takes a new photograph of any place on Earth read more

GeoEye-1

The GeoEye-1 satellite, launched on September 6, 2008, collects images at nadir with 0.41-meter panchromatic and 1.65-meter multispectral resolution. (Imagery sold to commercial customers is resampled to 0.5-meter resolution.) Just as important, 3 meters of inherent geolocation accuracy has never before been achieved in any commercial imaging system. Originally named OrbView-5, GeoEye-1 has proven to read more

Pléiades 1A

Pléiades 1A Satellite Sensor First satellite to be launched for creation of Pleiades constellation was Pleiades 1A. It was launched in December, 2011 from French Guiana. About Pléiades 1A The Pleiades-1A constellation provides very-high-resolution optical products in record time, offering daily revisits to any point on the globe and acquisition capabilities tailored to meet the full spectrum read more

Pléiades 1B

Pléiades 1B Satellite Sensor Pléiades 1B sensor was launched on 2nd December 2012. designed and constructed by Astrium France, this satellite was launched on board a Soyuz rocket from European Space Center’s launch pad in French Guiana. About Pleiades 1B Pléiades 1B is second in the series of 2 satellites to be launched by France read more

WorldView-1

WorldView-1 provides earth imagery at 50cm spatial resolution. Being a panchromatic(Black & White) sensor, WorldView-1 can acquire very large areas in short period of time. This sensor was launched by DigitalGlobe on September 18, 2007. With an average revisit time of 1.7 days, WorldView-1 is capable of collecting up to 750,000 square kilometers (290,000 sq mi) read more

QuickBird

DigitalGlobe’s QuickBird satellite offered sub-meter resolution imagery. Initially at an operational altitude of 482 km, QuickBird was operated at an altitude of 450 km and continued in an gradual descent until its end of mission life in 2015 at an altitude of 300 km. QuickBird provided commercial imagery at 0.61 m (PAN) and at 2.4 read more

Ikonos

When GeoEye successfully launched the IKONOS satellite in 1999, it made history with the world’s first one-meter commercial remote sensing satellite. Moving over the ground at approximately seven kilometers per second, IKONOS collects black and-white and multispectral data at a rate of over 2,000 square kilometers per minute. Through the nearly fifteen, 98-minute journeys it read more

SPOT 6 & 7

With SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 Astrium Geo is introducing a complete new design for the product line of the SPOT series. Thanks to many improvements in both space and ground segments, a special efforts have been made to make this new product line much easier to handle, moving forward the standard of satellite imagery to a read more

SPOTMaps

SPOTMaps SPOTMaps are 2.5m resolution, natural color, ortho-image mosaics created from SPOT 5 multispectral and panchromatic imagery. SPOTMaps is an off-the-shelf, map-accurate, image mosaic derived from the global archive of SPOT 5 imagery. SPOT -5, 10m multispectral and 2.5m panchromatic scenes, acquired simultaneously by the High Resolution Geometric (HRG) instruments. SPOTMaps products now cover more read more

ALOS

Advanced Land Observing Satellite, ALOS is a Japanese Earth-Observation satellite, developed by JAXA. The objective of the mission is to provide the user community with data of sufficient resolution to be able to generate 1:25,000 scale maps. It is one of the largest Earth observing satellites ever developed. ALOS has a GPS receiver and a read more

SPOT5

SPOT-5 is the fifth satellite in the SPOT series of CNES (Space Agency of France), placed into orbit by an Ariane launcher. Since the first SPOT satellite was launched in 1986, the SPOT system has sought to provide continuity of service and constantly improved the quality of its products for the global user community.SPOT 5 read more

DMC

The Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC) consists of Algerian, Nigerian, Turkish, British and Chinese remote sensing satellites constructed by Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) and operated by DMC International Imaging. The main aim of this constellation is disaster relief under the International Charter for Space and Major Disasters. DMC Earth imagery is used for a variety of read more

ASTER

ASTER was launched in 1999 and remains fully operational. Flying at an altitude of 438 miles, ASTER has a 16-day revisit period and follows a sun-synchronous polar orbit. Each ASTER acquisition is approximately 60km by 60km . The ASTER instrument acquires information across the visible and infrared spectrums. Specifically, information is acquired by three separate read more

Landsat ETM+ Gap-Filled

Some of the most popular and valued remote sensing images of the earth are obtained from the Landsat satellites which have been orbiting the earth for over thirty years. Prior to the launch of Landsat 7, two Landsats were in operation – Landsat 4 (operating from 1982 to decommission in June 2001) and Landsat 5 read more

TerraSAR-X

TerraSAR-X is an active matrix, X-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), capable of acquiring data with a resolution of 1 metre, and in all weather conditions, both during the daytime and at night. TerraSAR-X has a repeat period of 11 days. However, it can observe on both sides of its trajectory, which means it can acquire read more

LandScan

LandScan is global population distribution data having finest resolution available, it represents an ambient population (averaged over 24 hours). Landscan uses spatial data and imagery analysis and a multi-variable dasymetric modeling approach to dis-aggregate census counts within an administrative boundary. LandScan integrates daytime movements and collective travel habits into a single measure to produce a better representation of where people are read more

WorldView-4

WorldView-4 is the latest earth observation satellite operated by DigitalGlobe launched on 11th November 2016 from Vandenberg Air Force Base Space Launch Complex 3E. Worldview-4 provides similar imagery as WorldView-3 with highest resolution of 31cm. It is designed and built by ITT Exelis and Harris having 1.1m in diameter read more

AW3D

DEM/DTM is a digital model or 3D representation of a terrain's surface. It may be represented as Grid data which includes raster format, interpolated values and have large storage for network analysis or in TIN (Triangulated irregular network) data which includes- read more

WorldDEM™

DEM/DTM is a digital model or 3D representation of a terrain's surface and most versatile examples of raster data. It contains locations with elevation which can be used in numerous topographical applications. It may be represented as Grid data which includes raster format, interpolated values and have large storage for network analysis or in TIN (Triangulated irregular network) read more

Aerodrome Mapping Database (AMDB)

An AMDB is a spatial database of an airport. An AMDB dataset describes the spatial layout of an aerodrome in terms of features (e.g. runways, taxiways, and parking stands) with geometry described as points, lines or polygons and with attributes (e.g. Surface type) providing further information.AMDBs are produced and exchanged as datasets using global standards and tools of mainstream Geographic Information System (GIS) technology. read more

Drone Mapping

Drone or UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) is an unmanned aircraft, piloted autonomously and controlled by pilot, equipped with a high resolution camera. In recent history, drone data has been used for military and special operation applications but modern technology is using it to manufacture commercial versions for civilian usage. Now, UAV data can be used for urban planning, road and railway corridor mapping, utilities, agriculture and governance requirements. read more