Compared to traditional ground and aerial surveying, satellite data is more cost-effective, saving resources and time.
We offered a wide range of high resolution imaging satellite, enabling users the ability to explore beyond the visible landscape.
Satellites are capable to collect very large continuous area (i.e. Hong Kong) of multispectral imagery in just one pass.
The following are a range of imagery product samples from our imaging satellite collections.
We aim at promoting multi-disciplinary research in and applications of Remote Sensing and GIS.
Geocarto International Centre (GIC), established in 1985 in Hong Kong, is the predecessor of Geocarto International Centre Ltd. incorporated in September 2011. The centre aims at promoting multi-disciplinary research in and applications of Remote Sensing, GIS, Geoscience, and Cartography through (1) publication of scientific and professional periodicals, books, images, and maps; (2) distribution services for publishers of these subjects, (3) organization of exhibitions on Remote Sensing & GIS, (4) marketing of satellite data (digital and photographic products) and image processing software for research projects and practical applications, and (5) provision of technical advice and image processing services to customers in the application of Remote Sensing technologies.
GIC is the only organization in Asia that performs such an integrated function in promoting Remote Sensing technologies. Its quarterly journal, Geocarto International, has publicized several commercial earth observation satellites by publishing special issues, such as SPOT (Vol. 1, No. 3, 1986), Landsat TM (Vol. 5, No. 1, 1990),RADARSAT (Vol. 10, No. 3, 1995), and ADEOS (Vol. 12, No. 4, 1997). Geocarto International was published by GIC for 20 years from 1986 to 2006. Effective from January 1st, 2007, this journal is published and distributed by Taylor and Francis in the UK.
Do you know what can remote sensing be used for? Check our our newly-created interactive remote sensing tools to learn some basic remote sensing concepts!
See how we monitoring tree stress from space using WorldView-2 or WorldView-3 high resolution satellite data. We detects 3 warning signs revealed by stressed trees before collapse caused by biotic and abiotic factors.
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Geocarto International Centre Ltd.
Room 1006, 10/F, Cheung Tat Centre
18 Cheung Lee Street
Chai Wan, Hong Kong