In 2017 we made a multi-million euro investment in our ground station, which is located in Munich, Germany. This investment enables us to communicate directly with DigitalGlobe’s WorldView constellation, and collect the highest resolution satellite imagery commercially available.
Best Commercial Resolution
Our very high resolution images are the best in the business, and let you see things in the finest detail, so you can make the smartest decisions.
Best On The Planet
We guarantee that the WorldView constellation delivers the highest quality satellite images available on Earth - giving you more information for your operations.
With the best geolocational accuracy on the market our satellite images are perfect for automated processing that delivers reliable results.
Launched in November 2016, WorldView-4 represents an investment in the future and to helping you solve real-world problems.
Combined, the WorldView satellites have the capacity to collect over three million square kilometers of imagery every day, giving you access to all parts of the globe and feeding into the industry’s largest image library.
High Revisit Rates
The WorldView constellation can image most locations on Earth multiple times a day, so you can detect changes on the ground over short periods of time.
More Spectral Diversity
Our multi and super-spectral capabilities allow you to easily distinguish between materials on the earth’s surface, opening up exploration and feature identification opportunities.
WorldView-4 is the second 30 cm satellite ever to be launched by a commercial company, and more than doubles the 30 cm capacity of the constellation.
IKONOS brought imagery rivaling that of military spy satellites to the commercial market. It delivered 597,802 public images, covering more than 400 million sq km of area over its life of 15 and half years. IKONOS imagery is available in our image library.
QuickBird was DigitalGlobe's first satellite in orbit and it supplied high quality 60 cm resolution imagery to commercial and government customers for nearly 14 years. QuickBird imagery is available in our image library.
WorldView-3 was the first 30 cm resolution satellite ever launched commercially. It has 16 bands, and ushered in a new era of satellite imaging capability.
WorldView-2 is a 46 cm resolution satellite that offered unmatched agility in image collection at the time of its launch.
At the time of its launch, GeoEye-1 was the world's highest resolution commercial Earth-imaging satellite. It collects stunning crystal clear images.
WorldView-1 is the first of DigitalGlobe's next-generation satellites. It offers state-of-the-art geolocation accuracy capabilities and stunning agility with rapid targeting and efficient in-track stereo collection.
Penelope Richardson explores the advantages of constellation satellite tasking for large VHR imagery mapping projects. +
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