Satellite Imagery

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Most types of raw satellite imagery require geometric correction to remove terrain distortions. We utilize the 30 m Aster GDEM for the most of the orthorectification work.


Due to seasonal variations and the illumination conditions, different sets of satellite images may look different. We offer professional mosaicking services to produce seamless and color balanced image mosaics.

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Pansharpening is a process of merging high-resolution panchromatic and lower resolution multispectral imagery to create a single high-resolution color image.

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For more than 30 years, Geocarto International Centre Ltd. has been a leading distributor of satellite remote sensing data and provider of image processing services in the Asia Pacific region.

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Deimos Imaging S.L.U.

Launched on June 19, 2014, Deimos-2 satellite is high resolution (75 cm pan-sharpened) multispectral optical satellite

Panchromatic 75 cm
Multispectral 4 3 m


Maxar Technology

GeoEye-1 is a very high resolution satellite launched in 2008 and is owned and operated by DigitalGlobe. GeoEye collects images at 41 cm panchromatic and 1.65 m multispectral resolution.

Panchromatic 50 cm
Multispectral 4 2 m



Maxar Technology

QuickBird, launched on October 18, 2001, offered 61 cm resolution panchromatic data and 2.44 m resolution multispectral data with high geolocational accuracy.

Panchromatic 61 cm
Multispectral 4 2.44 m


Maxar Technology

WorldView-1, launched on September 18 2007, is the first earth observations satellite owned by DigitalGlobe.

Panchromatic 50 cm


Maxar Technology

WorldView-2, launched on October 8 2009, is the first high-resolution 8-band multispectral commercial satellite.

Panchromatic 40/50 cm
Multispectral 8 1.6/2.0 m


Maxar Technology

WorldView-3, launched on August 13, 2014, is the industry's first multi-payload, super-spectral, high-resolution commercial satellite.

Panchromatic 30/40/50 cm
Multispectral 8 1.2/1.6/2.0 m
Multispectral 8 7 m


Maxar Technology

WorldView 4, formerly known as GeoEye 2, is a commercial high-rsolution earth observation satellite operated by DigitalGlobe. It provides 31 cm panchromatic resolution, and 1.24 m multispectral resolution.

Panchromatic 31 cm
Multispectral 4 1.24 m



DubaiSat-2 is the second Earth observation satellite of United Arab Emirates Institution for Advanced Science and Technology (EIAST).

Panchromatic 1 m
Multispectral 4 4 m

Jilin 01

Chang Guang Technology

Jilin-1 is a constellation of earth observation satellites from China , which will deliver panchromatic data of better than 1m resolution, and multispectral data of better than 4m resolution for commercial applications.

Panchromatic 72 / 75 cm
Multispectral 5 2.88 / 3 m



KOMPSAT-3 is an optical sub-meter resolution Korean observation mission of KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute). It was launched on May 17, 2012.

Panchromatic 70 cm
Multispectral 4 2.8 m



Launched on March 25, 2015, Kompsat-3A (Korean Multipurpose Satellite), is an optical satellite with less than half meter product resolution by KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute).

Panchromatic 55 cm
Multispectral 4 2.2 m


Kazakhstan Gharysh Sapary

KazEOSat-01 is a high resolution Earth observation satellite of 1m panchromatic resolution and 4m multispectral resolution.

Panchromatic 1 m
Multispectral 4 4 m


Kazakhstan Gharysh Sapary

KazEOSat-02 is a medium resolution Earth observation satellite of 6.5m multispectral resolution.

Multispectral 5 6.5 m


AIRBUS Defence & Space

Pleiades 1A and Pleiades 1B, launched on December 17, 2011 and December 2, 2012 respectively, operate as a constellation in the same orbit, phased 180 degrees apart.

Panchromatic 50 cm
Multispectral 4 2 m


AIRBUS Defence & Space

Pleiades 1A and Pleiades 1B, launched on December 17, 2011 and December 2, 2012 respectively, operate as a constellation in the same orbit, phased 180 degrees apart.

Panchromatic 50 cm
Multispectral 4 2 m


AIRBUS Defence & Space

SPOT-7 and SPOT-6 launched on September 9, 2012 are operated by AirBus Defence and Space, France.

Panchromatic 1.5 m
Multispectral 4 6 m


Space Will Technology

SuperView-1, launched on December 28 2016, is a high resolution commercial satellites constellation owned by Space View.

Panchromatic 50 cm
Multispectral 4 2 m

Satellite Imagery Samples

Want to know what can be revealed in a high resolution satellite imagery?

The following are a range of imagery product samples available. Please contact us if you would like to get some image samples related to your activity.

Tai Po, Hong Kong

1.5 m Natural Color Image, Pan-sharpened

Image Copyright © AIRBUS Defence & Space
Distributed by Geocarto

Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

50cm Color Infrared Image, Pan-sharpened

Image Copyright © DigitalGlobe
Distributed by Geocarto

Kowloon Peninsula

70cm Natural Color Image, Pan-sharpened

Image Copyright © KARI
Distributed by Geocarto

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More on the satellites

In the context of spaceflight, a satellite is an artificial object which has been intentionally placed into orbit.

Such objects are sometimes called artificial satellites to distinguish them from natural satellites such as the Moon.

The Pearl River Delta from Space

America's First Satellite Program

Corona, USA's first operational intelligence satellite, carried sophisticated optical cameras (KH-4B system) to acquire imagery of the Earth from space at an altitude of 80 nautical miles (150 km). It was launched in 1967. The mission life of the system was 19 days. The best quality resolution of 6 feets (2-metre) can be enlarged nearly 40 times up to 1:7,500 from the original film at a nominal scale of 1:247,500.

Declassified in 1994, the photos taken by the satellite constitute a valuable source of historical information for study of environmental changes.

Corona Satellite
Image copyright NRO

The Pearl River Delta

Corona mosaic
13 December, 1969

Data available from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Processed and Distributed by Geocarto.

The Pearl River Delta

Landsat-8 mosaic

Landsat imagery courtesy of NASA.
Processed and Distributed by Geocarto.

Landsat program
The world's longest continuously acquired collection of land remote sensing data.

Landsat was called ERTS (Earth Resources Technology Satellites) when it was first launched in 1972. This series of satellites was renamed Landsat in 1995. Administered by USGS/NASA, Lansat-5 acquired only colour images of 30-metre resolution. Landsat-7, which launched on April 15, 1999, is orbiting the Earth at an altitude of 705 km. It acquires black and white images with a resolution of 15-metre and colour images with a resolution of 30-metre.

Unlike the Corona satellite which captured imagery on photographic films, Landsat satellites carry sensors to collect electromagnetic radiation reflected from the ground. The data ware is converted into electrical signals and then transmitted in digital form to a ground receiving station. These digital data are subsequently processed to generate images.

The imagery is composed of a matrix of pixels. Each pixel represents the amount of light within a spectral band reflected from the Earth’s surface. Using various combinations of spectral bands, different techniques of image processing and enhancement as well as merging of different remotely sensed data, spectacular images can be generated to highlight particular features to facilitate interpretation and analysis.

Landsat 8 Satellite
Landsat imagery courtesy of NASA.