GeoEye-1 Instrument/Product Description 2 Purpose and Scope This document describes the GeoEye-1 satellite instrument and product characteristics. It was prepared in accordance with the format of the GMES-CMDA-EOPG-IS-08-03 document. This product description is intended to be considered by GMES for informationa GeoEye-1, formerly known as OrbView-5, is the next-generation high-resolution imaging mission of GeoEye, Dulles, VA, USA. In January 2006, the commercial imaging company GeoEye Inc. was formed, made up of former Orbimage of Dulles VA, and of former Space Imaging of Thornton, CO (Orbimage acquired Space Imaging in 2005 and gave the merged. GeoEye-1 Full name: GeoEye-1 Satellite Description: 4th flight unit of the GeoEye programme. Previous name: OrbView-5. Main mission: high-resolution land observation. Mass at launch: 1955 kg Dry mass: 1810 kg Power: 3862 W Data access link: no link provided Data access informatio On September 6, 2008, GeoEye launched the first of their second-generation high-resolution satellites, GeoEye-1. This satellite collects 41-centimeter (cm) panchromatic and 1.65-meter (m) 4-band multispectral (i.e. blue, green, red and NIR) imagery. GeoEye-1 was purchased by Maxar Technologies in 2012 and is currently part of their. GeoEye-1 provides 0.41 m (16 in) panchromatic and 1.65 m (5.4 ft) multispectral imagery at nadir in 15.2 km (9.4 mi) swaths. The spacecraft is in a Sun-synchronous orbit at an altitude of 681 km (423 mi) and an inclination of 98 degrees, with a 10:30 a.m. equator crossing time.    GeoEye-1 can image up to 60 degrees off nadir
About WorldView-1. WorldView-1 is an environment-monitoring satellite from DigitalGlobe of the United States which launched on 18 September 2007 and remains operational. It became the world's first 50 cm resolution commercial imaging satellite .31 meters per pixel (12.2 in/px), and multispectral images at 1.24 meters per pixel (48.8 in/px). The spacecraft was designed and built by Lockheed Martin,  while the camera payload was provided by ITT Corporation NEWS MISSION SPACECRAFT SATELLITE ANIMATIONS PRESS VIDEOS THE INSTRUMENTS Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) ABI is the primary instrument on the GOES-R Series for imaging Earth's weather, climate, oceans and the environment. ABI views the Earth with 16 spectral bands (compared to five on previous GOES) and provides three times more spectral information, four times the spatia WorldView-4 satellite was successfully launched on Friday, November 11, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. PST from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. DigitalGlobe's WorldView-4 is capable of discerning objects on the Earth's surface as small as 31cm in the panchromatic and will collect 4-band multispectral at 1.24-meter resolution A realistic virtual model of the valley, covering more than 200 km 2, was realised based on high-resolution satellite imagery (CartoSat-1 with 2.5 m GSD and GeoEye-1 with 0.5 m GSD). Then, the model was accurately referenced in WGS-84 system with field GPS-measurements
GeoEye-1® set the standard for sub-half meter high-resolution commercial satellite imagery and offers unprecedented spatial resolution. It creates this accuracy by simultaneously acquiring .41-meter panchromatic and 1.65-meter multispectral imagery. The satellite can collect up to 700,000 square kilometers of panchromatic imagery per day (and. GeoEye-1 The GeoEye-1 satellite also carries a high resolution panchromatic band with reduced infrared and blue response and four lower resolution spectral bands similar but not identical to the IKONOS multispectral bands. The spectral responses of the bands are shown in Figure 4, individually normalized to the maximum value
With its sweeping 2,330-km-wide viewing swath, MODIS sees every point on our world every 1-2 days in 36 discrete spectral bands. Consequently, MODIS tracks a wider array of the earth's vital signs than any other Terra sensor. For instance, the sensor measures the percent of the planet's surface that is covered by clouds almost every day . WorldView-3 is a next generation commercial imaging mission of DigitalGlobe Inc., Longmont, CO, USA. With the addition of WV-3 to its satellite constellation (in addition to QuickBird, WorldView-1 and WorldView-2), DigitalGlobe will be capable of collecting ~1 billion km 2 of Earth imagery per year
Below is a list of QuickBird and OrbView (and other US commercial environmental-observing satellite) postal items (stamps, souvenir sheets, aerogrammes, postal cards, etc.) . 1 SeaWiFS is the main instrument on the SeaStar / OrbView-2 satellite, a NASA-instrument / Orbital Sciences Corporation (OSC) satellite joint venture
The GeoEye-2 satellite is designed to provide panchromatic images at a highest resolution of 0.31 meters per pixel (12.2 in/px), and multispectral images at 1.24 meters per pixel (48.8 in/px).  The spacecraft was designed and built by Lockheed Martin,  while the camera payload was provided by ITT Corporation GBDX provides access to WorldView-3's high-resolution, super-spectral 30 cm imagery that allows for fast and precise mapping of various features anywhere in the world. 31 cm panchromatic resolution, 1.24 m multispectral resolution, short-wave infrared (SWIR) resolution are available for processing. Uses WorldView-4, previously known as GeoEye-2, was a third generation commercial Earth observation satellite launched on 11 November 2016, at 18:30:33 UTC.The spacecraft was operated by DigitalGlobe.With a maximum resolution of 31 cm (12 in), WorldView-4 provided similar imagery as WorldView-3, the highest resolution commercially available at the time of its launch
Align planning, development, implementation and coordination of the Precision Instruments (PI) Group's 4 businesses strategic plans. Coordinate and assure development and dissemination of business. GeoEye-1 GeoEye again made history with the Sept. 6, 2008 launch of GeoEye-1—the world's highest resolution commercial earth-imaging satellite. It offers unprecedented spatial resolution by simultaneously acquiring .41-meter panchromatic and 1.65-meter multispectral imagery The Financial Instruments Sector Team at the IRI, lead by Dan Osgood, GeoEye-1, Quickbird-2, and WorldView-1 and 2. This imagery will be used to identify field boundaries between irrigated versus non-irrigated agriculture and cultivated versus natural vegetation, which can ultimately improve the ability of index insurance programs to. . Yamamoto , T. Asaka , S. Aoyama , K. Iwashita , K. Kudo
GeoEye-1 is GeoEye's most advanced imagery product, it has a resolution of .41-meters (.50-meters for commercial customers). This sub-meter ground resolution imagery discerns an object on the ground approximately 16 inches in size. This advanced and agile satellite has both panchromatic and multispectral capabilities WorldView-3 is the first multi-payload, super-spectral, high-resolution commercial satellite sensor operating at an altitude of 617 km. WorldView-3 satellite provides 31 cm panchromatic resolution, 1.24 m multispectral resolution, 3.7 m short wave infrared resolution and 30 m CAVIS resolution. The satellite has an average revisit time of <1 day.
>> WV-3 1.24m Supercube reflectance simulations (2 images) No claim is made for the accuracy of any of the simulations. Provo Airport, Utah, USA (1.24m Supercube) >> Original data provided by ITRES >> Quality: Spectral quality across all pixels is GOOD (70%), but below the quality to be anticipated from actual WV-3 based on current engineering. QuickBird was a high-resolution commercial Earth observation satellite, owned by DigitalGlobe, launched in 2001 and reentered after orbit decay in 2015. QuickBird used Ball Aerospace's Global Imaging System 2000 (BGIS 2000). The satellite collected panchromatic (black and white) imagery at 61 centimeter resolution and multispectral imagery at 2.44- (at 450 km) to 1.63-meter (at 300 km. JPI Sales & JPI Technical Support 1-800-345-4574 | 714-557-3805 FAX: 714-557-9840 EMAIL: email@example.com GeoEye-1 will collect black-and-white-imagery with .41-meter resolution and color imagery with 1.65-meter resolution. The satellite is undergoing a calibration and checkout phase before imagery. Commercial Earth observation satellite owned by DigitalGlobe. Launched on 13 August 2014 to become DigitalGlobe's sixth satellite in orbit, joining Ikonos which was launched in 1999, QuickBird in 2001, WorldView-1 in 2007, GeoEye-1 in 2008, and WorldView-2 in 2009
instruments reducing costs. $5,171 $3,071. Satellites Launched. Environment Monitoring Satellites Launched v. Manufacturing Market Value. Manufacturing Market Value GeoEye-2. DigitalGlobe ImageSat MDA Infoterra. Orbview-3. 2003. GeoEye-1. 2008 2012. GeoEye-3. 2013. QuickBird 2001 WorldView-I WorldView-II. 2008 2007 2014. WorldView-III. 2013. . This is a software problem and was supposed to be fixed last month but still no news on.
The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS). - VIIRS Event Log Database, Validation Site Time Series, NPP/AQUA SNO and Daily Orbit Predictions, VIIRS Longterm Monitoring, VIIRS Spectral Response Functions, VIIRS Novel Application For GeoEye-1, the system MTF was found to be 14%. On basis of this a system target value was taken of 15% for SHAPE and a desired value of 20%. The 52% payload value is relatively high, since the square sensors consume already about 63% of the MTF budget Risk Disclosure: Trading in financial instruments and/or cryptocurrencies involves high risks including the risk of losing some, or all, of your investment amount, and may not be suitable for all investors. Prices of cryptocurrencies are extremely volatile and may be affected by external factors such as financial, regulatory or political events Promote and supply GeoEye high resolution imagery, inclusive of GeoEye-1 and IKONOS; Extract digital elevation models from stereo imagery using digital photogrammetry. Generate ortho-imagery and geospatial databases including topographic maps, thematic maps, land-use and land-cover maps
GeoEye-1 is designed for 0.41 meter (16 inch) resolution black and white (panchromatic) images, and 1.65 meter resolution color (multi-spectral) images, with the capability to take combined panchromatic and multi-spectral images of up to 350,000 square kilometers of the earth's surface every day at 1.0 meter resolution or better, or over 127. Access our live streaming chart for the GeoEye stock, free of charge With Pleiades in Orbit, Astrium Sets Sights on DigitalGlobe, GeoEye. by Peter B. de Selding — December 19, 2011. A Europeanized Soyuz rocket launched from Kourou, French Guiana, with the French. Remote-sensing imaging instruments can be divided into two classes: (1) Passive optical remote sensing, such as multispectral and hyperspectral sensors, relies on solar radiation as an illumination source. It is mainly focused on the visible, near-infrared, and shortwave infrared spectral regions
Orbview-3. OrbView-3 satellite images were collected around the world between 2003 and 2007 by Orbital Imaging Corporation (now GeoEye) at up to one-meter resolution. The OrbView-3 data set includes 180,000 scenes of one meter resolution panchromatic, black and white, and four meter resolution multi-spectral (color and infrared) data, providing. GeoEye operates a fleet of earth observation satellites, providing visible and NIR images of land and sea at resolutions below 1 m. IKONOS Ikonos is a commercial earth observation satellite, the first to collect publicly available high-resolution imagery at both 1 m and 4 m resolution For the new study, Brandt and colleagues used commercial, high-resolution (0.5 meter) imagery from DigitalGlobe satellites, including QuickBird-2, GeoEye-1, WorldView-2, and WorldView-3. Brandt gained access to the images through the Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition (CSDA) program, which acquires data from commercial sources that can. The satellite will be launched an Atlas V launch vehicle in 2013, joining GeoEye-1 after its launch via a Delta II 7420-10 into a near polar orbit in 2008. GeoEye-1, designed and built by General.
The renewal extended the contract for a year starting Sept. 1. It's a contract that Maxar, and its predecessor companies DigitalGlobe and GeoEye, have held for 11 years Clumping index is a critical physical parameter used to describe the clumping effect of vegetation canopy. In many studies, foliage elements are assumed to distribute randomly in the canopy and the clumping index is1. However, for the irregularly or artificially spaced discrete vegetation canopies, such as savanna and sparse forests, the assumption is not in accordance with the actual case. Texas Instruments, the second-largest U.S. chipmaker, fell. 2.1 percent to $24.07. Xilinx, which makes programmable logic chips, declined 1.5 percent to $26.50. GeoEye Inc. (GEOY US) advanced. instruments, which dates back as early as the late 1970s. Key heritage instruments include: Observing System (EOS) satellites. • Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) on GeoEye's SeaStar satellite. • Operational Linescan System (OLS) on DoD's Defense Meteorological Satellit
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The GeoEye-1 satellite (a commercial satellite) captured these images of earthquake damage in the densely populated neighborhoods of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on January 14, 2010. Instrument: GeoEye. Land Earthquakes. 7.0 Quake Near Port Au Prince 13.1 GeoEye. 13.1.1 GeoEye Basic Information. 13.1.2 GeoEye Product Profiles, Application and Specification. 13.1.3 GeoEye Aerial Imaging Market Performance (2015-2020) 13.2 Cooper Aerial Surveys Co. 13.2.1 Cooper Aerial Surveys Co. Basic Information. 13.2.2 Cooper Aerial Surveys Co. Product Profiles, Application and Specificatio
GeoEye says the satellite will produce the sharpest images available from a commercial spacecraft, with a resolution of .41-meters or 16 inches for black and white imagery and 1.65 meters for. According to GFSAD estimates, there were 1.873 billion hectares of net agricultural cropland around the world in 2015, which is about 15% of Earth's ice-free land. About 400 million of these hectares are irrigated, according to Thenkabail's analysis. The GFSAD project is a collaborative effort between the USGS, NASA, Bay Area Environmental. Dec 2013 - Dec 2015 2 years 1 month Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida Area Manage the Remote Sensing group within the Geospatial and Technology Services Line at Dewberry The GeoEye-1 satellite sensor was successfully launched on September 6, 2008. The satellite, which was launched at Vanderberg Air Force Base, California, provides a resolution of 0.46 meters.GeoEye-1 is capable of acquiring image data at 0.46 meter panchromatic (B&W) and 1.84 meter multispectral resolution. It also features a revisit time of less than three days, as well as the ability to.
GeoEye-1 set the standard for sub-half meter high-resolution commercial satellite imagery and offers unprecedented spatial resolution. It creates this accuracy by simultaneously acquiring .41-meter panchromatic and 1.65-meter multispectral imagery. The satellite can collect up to 700,000 square kilometers of panchromatic imagery per day (and. The GeoEye-1 collects images at 0.41 m panchromatic (black-and-white) and 1.65 meter multispectral resolution. It is equipped with some of the most advanced technology ever used in a commercial remote sensing system. The satellite can collect up to 350,000 km² of pan and multispectral imagery per day . The study focused on creating a. The instruments on the Landsat satellites have acquired millions of images. The images, archived in the United States and at Landsat receiving stations around the world, are a unique GeoEye-1, a Google sponsored satellite, was successfully launched September 6, 2008 NCDRD is an acronym for NITF Version 2.1 Commercial Dataset Required Document. The NCDRD raster type allows you to add NITF images that follow NCDRD specifications into mosaic datasets. This raster type supports NCDRD products from many satellites: GeoEye-1, IKONOS, QuickBird, WorldView-1, and WorldView-2
GeoEye-2 was designed on the lessons learned from the GeoEye-1 spacecraft launched on a Delta-II rocket in 2008. The launch of GeoEye-2 was put on hold after GeoEye merged with DigitalGlobe in 2013, being placed in storage for a future launch when needed within the operational constellation of the company (b) GIS hereby agrees that it shall execute, acknowledge and deliver such further conveyances and instruments or documents and do such further acts as may be necessary or appropriate to deliver to DISTRIBUTOR, its successors and permitted assigns, all of GIS' right, title and interest in and to the Agreement hereby assigned, transferred and delivered to DISTRIBUTOR pursuant to Section 1(a) hereof
Cash Flow Statement for GeoEye, company's cash and cash equivalents, broken down to operating, investing and financing activities The GeoEye-1 satellite has the highest resolution of any commercial imaging system and is able to collect images with a ground resolution of 0.41 meters (16 inches) in the panchromatic or black and white mode. It collects multispectral or color imagery at 1.65-meter resolution or about 64 inches, a factor of two better than existing commercial. With that, DigitalGlobe acquired GeoEye's active satellites, namely IKONOS with a 82cm panchromatic resolution launched in 1999, and GeoEye-1 launched in 2008, capable of collecting panchromatic images at a resolution of 41 centimeters and multispectral imagery at a resolution of 1.65 meters. GeoEye-2, currently in the late stages of assembly. The instruments on the Landsat satellites have acquired millions of images. The images, archived in the United States and at Landsat GeoEye-1 0.4-meter Spatial Resolution Data (simulated) vs. 1-meter Data. 25 GeoEye-1, a Google sponsored satellite, was successfully launched September 6, 2008
GeoEye 1 Earth observing satellite built by General Dynamics Advanced Information systems (GD-AIS, ex Spectrum Astro) for GeoEye (ex OrbImage), USA. Launched 2008. Launched 2008. Used the SA-200HP bus Currently, to our knowledge, the best geo-locating accuracy of the optical RS images is around 3 m (CE90) for GeoEye-1 , , more than 6 pixels with 0.46-m ground sampling distance (GSD. A module for Very High Resolution (VHR) satellite stereo-pair imagery processing and Digital Elevation Model (DEM) extraction is presented. A large file size of VHR satellite imagery is handled using the parallel processing of cascading image tiles. The Scale-Invariant Feature Transform (SIFT) algorithm detects potentially tentative feature matches, and the resulting feature pairs are filtered. The MODIS instruments acquire data in three native spatial resolutions: Bands 1-2 - 250 meter; Bands 3-7 - 500 meter; Bands 8-36 - 1000 meter; The higher level MODIS Land Products distributed from the LP DAAC are produced at four nominal spatial resolutions: 250 meter, 500 meter, 1000 meter, and 5600 meter (0.05 degrees) On 1 April 1960, the US launched TIROS-1, the world's first weather satellite. It spent only 78 days in orbit, but its impact endures today. [quote quote=From 1960 on, there have been continuous improvements in instruments and technology and the number of uses for satellite data has also increased. type=image image=2208″