Geospatial Intelligence specialises in very high-resolution multispectral optical and radar satellite imagery. We are a leading Australian re-seller for Airbus, DigitalGlobe and e-Geos.
In addition to optical and radar satellite imagery, we can also provide basemaps, elevation data and reference layers. We provide our customers with rapid access to either new imagery collections, or to billions square kilometres of archived imagery captured since 1986.
Geospatial Intelligence has the capability to directly task a number of earth observation satellites and can request tasking from other providers, for optimum image capture.
Imagery is available per scene or per square kilometre. We can source a single image or facilitate regular monitoring. Our specialists will work with you to define a package that best meets your needs.
If your organisation doesn't have the internal capability, or if you require assistance with the processing, analysis or interpretation of your imagery, we offer a range of image and data services. Our experts can also work with you to develop a unique product that combines satellite imagery with other information sources like satellite AIS data and open source intelligence to meet your needs.
Geospatial Intelligence offer a range of software and subscription services to help you to run your own analysis, or our highly skilled analysts can assist you. We also provide training, advisory and consulting services to support you in the building of in-house capability, or you can take advantage of our expertise and task us to develop a tailored solution for you.
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Satellite imagery is data collected by sensors carried on imaging satellites in orbit around the earth. Satellite imagery can be collected using a passive sensor such as an optical sensor, or an active sensor such as a synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensor. Optical sensors collect multispectral data reflected from the earth’s surface. Radar sensors actively transmit radio waves and record the signal that is reflected back. Imagery data from both optical and radar sensors can tell us much about the earth’s surface and can provide valuable information for a range of industry sectors including; environmental management, mining, emergency management, resource management and the defence sector.
Geospatial Intelligence pride ourselves on sourcing the most appropriate data for our customers' needs. We acknowledge that freely available satellite imagery is now available for commercial and research use from the Landsat program operated by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), as well as from the European Union’s Copernicus Program (Sentinel satellites operated by the European Space Agency (ESA)). Our specialisation is to understand what our clients need to achieve. We then support them in their use of either freely available imagery, if appropriate, or provide them a new high resolution image capture or archived imagery from one of our commercial imagery providers, to meet their project objectives.
The tool below allows you to compare different spatial resolutions
Different applications require varying spatial resolutions. High spatial resolution is necessary to identify small features such as individual trees. Lower spatial resolution data often has a larger footprint and can be used for broad scale mapping applications. Please contact us to discuss what products may suit your business needs.