Offers the greatest amount of detail and is useful in simulation, engineering, infrastructure, telecommunications, precision agriculture, disaster recovery, and more.



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In addition to providing the highest resolution imagery commercially available, this sensor also captures 29 multispectral bands, far more than any other sensor on the market. The range in multispectral data makes this sensor a great option for all different types of uses, from vegetation analysis and bathymetric studies, to mineral identification and geological studies. The introduction of the 7.5m resolution SWIR (short-wave infrared) bands offers a more in depth analysis. These bands provide a better contrast between rocks and soil, can penetrate cloud cover, and identify moisture content of soil and vegetation.

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Resolution: 0.3m panchromatic, 1.5m multispectral, 7.5m SWIR
Band: Panchromatic; 8 multispectral bands (Red, Green, Blue, Red Edge, Coastal, Yellow & 2 NIR), 8 Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) bands), CAVIS Bands
Projection: UTM, Lat/Long, State Plane
Datum: NAD 83, WGS 84
Format: GeoTIFF, JPEG
Dates: 2014 – present