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Access and download up to 1 meter resolution images with worldwide coverage going back to 2006!


starts from


  • Already available imagery from KOMPSAT-2 catalogue 
  • Global coverage
  • Minimum order size 25km², minimum area width 5km

Tasking - Standard

starts from


  • Order new imagery over your area of interest
  • Tasking window of 12 weeks or more
  • Feasibility proposal is included
  • Cloud coverage ≤ 10%
  • Minimum order size 100km², minimum area width 5km

Tasking - Priority

starts from


  • Order new imagery over your area of interest
  • Tasking window of 4 weeks
  • Feasibility proposal is included
  • Cloud coverage ≤ 10%
  • Minimum order size 100km², minimum area width 5km

Tasking - Priority Plus

starts from


  • Order new imagery over your area of interest 
  • Tasking window of 4 days or on specific date
  • Feasibility study only for specific date tasking
  • Minimum order size 100km², minimum area width 5km

Interested in KOMPSAT-2 imagery?

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KOMPSAT-2, an observation satellite designed and launched by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), was successfully dispatched to provide highly intricate and detailed imagery of the Korean peninsula. SI Imaging Services has exclusive rights to distribute all the images obtained from this satellite.

The launch of KOMPSAT-2 took place on July 28, 2006, and it has been inserted into a sun-synchronous low Earth orbit with an altitude of 685.13 km and an inclination of 98.13 degrees. KOMPSAT-2 boasts a Multi-Spectral Camera (MSC), which is proficient in producing images with a resolution of 1 m and four bands of multispectral imagery with a 4 m resolution. One of the unique features of KOMPSAT-2 is its capability to operate in strip mode, where segments of continuous-observation areas with specific sizes are captured one at a time.

The primary goals of the KOMPSAT-2 mission are:

  • To provide imagery during natural disasters of colossal proportions to aid in countermeasure activities.

  • To obtain high-resolution images for Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

  • To regulate natural resources, and forestry management.

  • To conduct research in various fields.

Some general information for KOMPSAT-2 imagery:



July 28, 2006

Spectral bands

Blue: 450-520nm
Green: 520-600nm
Red: 630-690nm
NIR: 760-900nm


Spatial resolution

Multispectral: 4 m
Panchromatic: 1 m

Geometric precision 

<50.9m (CE90)

Radiometric resolution

10 bits

Revisit time 

5.5 days
Swath width
15 km
10:50 AM descending node
685m altitude

Key features

A robust imagery archive dating back to 2006

Optical and Near Infrared imagery with spatial resolution up to 1 meter

Frequent remapping of areas of interest

Capture any area or point of interest around the world

Satellite tasking capability to meet your project requirements

OGC compliance

Key applications


Coastal and inland water quality monitoring

Investigating forest health status and density of vegetation

Observing Glaciers and Rainforests


Early detection of areas with abnormal symptoms

Growth status monitoring

Post-disaster assessment (floods, drought)


Post-disaster management 

Search and rescue operations

Estimate green area coverage within urban environments



There are currently KOMPSAT-2, 3, and 3A in terms of electro-optical satellites. They observe the earth about 15 times a day in low earth orbit and collect high-resolution image data used for public safety, national land and resource management, and disaster monitoring.

For Archive imagery, the minimum order size is 25km² with a minimum area width of 5km.

For Tasking, the minimum order size is 100km² with a minimum area width of 5km.

When there is cloud coverage over the area of interest during the ordered tasking window, the image collection cannot be guaranteed. However, for Standard Tasking, if the acquisition is not completed during the collection window, the tasking shall be canceled automatically. Also, for Priority Tasking, if the acquisition cannot be completed during the collection window, you can either change the priority to Standard or update the collection window to continue the acquisition. For Priority Plus Tasking, there is no guarantee for cloud coverage.

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Specifications for KOMPSAT-2

General Info
Service Provider​ SI Imaging Services
Thematic Information Multispectral and Stereo Imagery
Service Option​s Archive; Tasking
Features​ Provided Cloud cover selection; End User licenses
Access Mode​ File transfer
Pricing Options Pre-paid
Pricing​ Per km²; min. order 25km² for Archive; min. 100km² for Tasking; min AOI width 5km
Free Trial On demand
Delivery Time​ Up to 5 business days
Compatible products Standalone; SaaS
Geodata Specs
Mission KOMPSAT-2
Sensor & Data Products MSI
Data Processing Level L1R; L1O; L1G
Data Format​ GeoTIFF; 10bits/pixel
Spectral Bands PAN; RGB; NIR
Spatial Resolution​ 1m PAN; 4m MS
Spatial Coverage Global
Temporal Coverage Since 2006
Temporal Resolution 5.5 days per satellite; 1 day for Constellation
Accuracy < 50.9 m CE90