When it comes to satellite imagery, there are a number of important factors to consider when making the right choice of which imagery to choose. Resolution, revisit, delivery times and cost are usually the main deciding factors. The Aleph-1 constellation can collect more than 4 million sq km per day, has a revisit rate of up to 4 times per day, delivers resolution up to 70 cm and at a lower cost than other providers.
Multiple daily revisits of every point on earth
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Very high Resolution
70 cm resolution multispectral VHR imagery
European Space Imaging partnered with Satellogic to bring innovative new imagery products to Europe and North Africa. Through this partnership, we are able to offer the highest capacity for VHR imagery in the world. Satellogic has been able to dramatically drive down the cost of building and maintaining satellites in order to give access to a broader range of industries and applications. Nearly three dozen satellites in orbit by 2023 allow for weekly remapping of the entire Earth—and daily remapping with over 200 satellites planned by 2025.
Take advantage of exciting new geospatial products such as hyperspectral imagery, full-motion video, and RF device tracking for enhanced geospatial analysis and better decision making.
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70 cm VHR Imagery
Satellogic multispectral imagery provided by European Space Imaging allows you to monitor economic activity and high-frequency changes to infrastructure and the natural environment with sub-meter resolutions.
SuperResolution enhances the spatial resolution of Satellogic 99 cm native GSD imagery to 70 cm using proprietary processing techniques. This improves the clarity of the original image without disrupting the integrity of radiometric values—creating a product optimized for machine learning and AI applications.
70 cm SuperResolution Image | Suez Canal, Egypt
Through our partnership with Satellogic, European Space Imaging offers 25 m resolution hyperspectral imagery. The key factor that separates hyperspectral imagery is the width of the spectral bands. With 29 bands covering 460 – 830 nm, analytics become much more precise.
Only a small number of space-based imagery providers offer hyperspectral imagery, though the potential for industry disrupting applications are already making headway across the globe.
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False Colour Hperspectral Image | Khartoum, Sudan
The ability to capture Full-Motion Video (FMV) from satellite sensors is a novel advancement in Earth Observation. Understanding event progression opens new insights into the occurrence and variance of economic activities, security risks, and natural events unfolding across the globe.
Satellogic FMV provided by European Space Imaging is delivered as a stabilised MP4 file, up to 60 seconds long at 10 fps and 1 meter resolution.
Simplify your workflow and gain direct access to Satellogic’s high-frequency, high-resolution satellite imagery. With transparent pricing and flexible licensing options, Aleph makes it easy to securely search our image library, order new captures, and stream or download imagery all via our intuitive web app or API.
- Streamlined ordering process with no sales contact required
- Transparent and differentiated pricing fit for every budget
- Reliable and secure web app plus flexible API options
- Single source for global high-resolution satellite imagery