Panchoromatic emulsion produces a realistic reproduction of a scene as it appears to the human eye. Panchromatic is black and white.
A multispectral image is one that captures image data at specific frequencies across the electromagnetic spectrum
– Perform your own photogrammetric processing on raw data to produce orthophoto imagery and first generation basemaps
– Identify features, create maps, and detect recent changes
Imagery at one of the highest resolution possible from commercial imaging satellites.
Resolution: 1.5 m panchromatic, natural color, near infrared, or 4-band pan sharpened 6 m multispectral
Pansharpening is a process of merging panchromatic and multispectral imagery to create a single high resolution color image
Panchromatic+Multispectral=Hi-res color image
MONO, STEREO and TRI-STEREO
Processing level closest to the image acquired by the sensor it restores perfect collection conditions The sensor is placed in rectilinear geometry; the image is clear of any radiometric distortion
Optimal for clients familiar with satellite imagery processing techniques wishing to apply their own production methods (orthorectification or 30 modeling for example)
To this end, RPCs and the sensor model are provided to ensure you full autonomy and simplicity