Do you need very high-resolution satellite imagery for a project that requires both high accuracy and frequent, sub-daily mapping of the area of interest?
HEAD Aerospace satellite products are the answer to your needs, and now you can also find them in the cloudeo marketplace. Sub-meter-resolution imagery and satellite videos, during both daytime and night-time, are available to level up your applications. Infrastructure and construction monitoring, maritime and coastal management, agricultural activities enhancement, and forest management are some of these, but let's see what each of the HEAD products can offer:
31 on-orbit satellites with an intra-daily 15x per day revisit, tasking anywhere on Earth every 15 minutes at 75cm spatial resolution.
Order past or task new videos and night imagery at sub-meter spatial resolution at any point on Earth.
Cover a whole city or country with the world’s largest swath of 150 km, and three optical satellites at 50cm resolution.
Accessible price for very high-resolution satellite imagery at 40cm and 50cm, suitable for stereo imaging and urban applications.
Get sub-meter resolution imagery of 80cm at an affordable price with a 45 km swath, making it ideal for projects over large areas!
A stereo imaging satellite with triple cameras offering 0.65m resolution imagery ideal for 1:10000 mapping, even without ground control points.
The best feature of HEAD Aerospace satellite imagery is the sub-daily revisit time over the same region, thanks to its large satellite constellation already on track. More than 80 Earth Observation satellites capture data, with some of this data going back to 2014, enabling this way historical and accurate time series analysis over an area of interest.
In case there is a need of capturing satellite imagery on a specific date in the future, the tasking capability of HEAD Aerospace satellites can also offer a solution! Depending on the emergency and the time window of the request, HEAD provides three tasking options for all of its satellite products:
Tasking Standard, with a tasking window of up to 3 months (90 days) and a cloud coverage of up to 15%
Tasking Priority, with a tasking window of up to 1 week (7 days) and a cloud coverage of up to 15%
Tasking Emergency, with a tasking window of up to 3 days over the defined area of interest
The following table summarizes the most frequently asked specifications of any satellite image, tailored to the six abovementioned HEAD Aerospace products:
Stereo imagery acquisition
|Several times per day||up to 75cm||2019||✓||-|
NightVision & Video
|3 times/day||up to 92cm||2017||✓||-|
|Daily||up to 50cm||2020||✓||-|
|Daily||up to 40cm||2016||✓||-|
|5 days||up to 80cm||2014||✓||✓|
|GaoFen-7 Stereo||5 days||up to 65cm||2019||✓||✓|
Do you have a project that you are working on, and at the same time, don't know which satellite imagery to select? Or do you wish to inquire on how you can exploit HEAD Aerospace data in your existing application? Then, don't hesitate to contact us, by filling out the following form:
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About HEAD Aerospace
HEAD Aerospace (HEAD), founded in 2007, is a privately-owned space company with its headquarters in Beijing. HEAD has an extended presence globally, including subsidiaries in Hong Kong, France, and the Netherlands.
Thanks to 86 satellite-based Earth observation imagery, HEAD is uniquely positioned to be a key player in the geospatial market and act as a prime contractor to provide complex turnkey integrated geospatial solutions. These solutions cover various vertical markets, including agriculture, forestry, energy, mining, environment, water, transportation, and defense. Also, HEAD addresses horizontal needs at a city or a regional scale, such as urban planning based on up-to-date satellite imagery and intelligent city management enabled by changes detected by regular captured satellite images.