Regular space monitoring is an effective method for getting reliable data about the earth's surface. It helps to track natural disasters, state of the environment and all changes related to human activity. Modern radar satellites allow specialists to observe the surface independently from atmosphere's state.
Generally there are two types of satellites that collect imagery – optoelectronic and radar. Optoelectronic satellites are sensitive to infrared wavelengths and visible objects. Imagery from an optoelectronic satellite can be made in panchromatic or multispectral modes. This is helpful for land-use monitoring, toxic wastes detecting, city planning, etc. Radar satellites use ultra high frequencies to remotely sense the Earth's surface. Ultra high frequency allows these satellites to collect data through clouds, smoke, haze and sometimes through vegetation. It also can be operated at day or at night.

The Innoter company offers a satellite imagery that covers a large square of territory. It is also possible to select necessary images from the archive.

Satellite imagery is used for regular space monitoring in various fields:
  • City planning;
  • Mining;
  • Agriculture;
  • Ecology;
  • Oil and gas industry 
  • etc.
  • small objects detection;
  • ability to track changes on the surface;
  • ability to monitor hard-to-reach territories;
  • periodic update of data.
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