SAR image of the Octagon

What is SAR Imagery? Introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar

SAR imagery enables all-weather monitoring, penetrates dry soil, and offers resolution as high as 25 cm. Thanks to that, it’s invaluable for applications like emergency response, defence and intelligence, or agriculture. How does SAR work? What are its advantages and limitations? And what other data sources can you integrate it with? Read the article to learn more.

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15 cm HD Imagery by Maxar

When your organisation’s business decisions require you to identify small features on the ground, an improved visual experience is key. The identification of objects such as road lines, individual plants, building edges and vehicles often requires the highest level of visual clarity. True 30 cm resolution imagery has long been

18 European Landmarks in Satellite Images

Satellite sensors captured unique architecture, breathtaking nature and centuries of history. Explore the Colloseum, La Sagrada Familia, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and other landmarks.

30 cm Satellite Imagery as an Alternative to Aerial Data

Remote sensing projects can often begin with the question “Should I use aerial imagery or satellite imagery?”. This question may come up again and again over the course of long term projects where unforeseen circumstances change the ability to collect data, the reliability of the data or the scope of