News

23 Oct 2015


Resolutions - Now you can have your cake and eat it too!

We all know that when it comes to pixels, small rules. However, WorldView-3 offers spatial, spectral, temporal and radiometric enhancements that when combined provide significant opportunity to perform a range of value added analysis. 

To read more about this register for our knowledge series by clicking here.

Once you've registered, we will send you the link to access the knowledge series.



16 Oct 2015


Spatial Intelligence Series

Why SWIR data will have you seeing more


Geoimage would like to invite you to join our knowledge series about SWIR (Shortwave Infrared) data 
from WorldView-3.

Very high resolution SWIR is the latest in satellite imagery and it definitely has you seeing more.

Geoimage is launching a spatial intelligence series on SWIR; highlighting the key benefits and applications. 
We will provide samples and case studies and show how we can provide an innovative solution to your 
geospatial conundrum.

Want to join the conversation? Click here
Once you've registered, we will send you the links to access the first two papers.



07 Oct 2015

Spatial Intelligence Series

Why SWIR data will have you seeing more


Geoimage would like to invite you to join our knowledge series about SWIR (Shortwave Infrared) data 
from WorldView-3.

Very high resolution SWIR is the latest in satellite imagery and it definitely has you seeing more.

Geoimage is launching a spatial intelligence series on SWIR; highlighting the key benefits and applications. 
We will provide samples and case studies and show how we can provide an innovative solution to your 
geospatial conundrum.

Want to join the conversation? Click here




14 Aug 2015

Did you ever wonder exactly what is remote sensing? How do geospatial analysts derive the complex information from "simple" images? The answers to these questions can be deceptively simple and can be found on this great introductory video from our partners Hexagon Geospatial.

Click here to view the video

The video answers the following questions:

  • How are images captured?
  • Why do some images have red vegetation?
  • What is the difference between multispectral and panchromatic imagery?
  • Why do sensors measure infrared wavelengths, and what can you do with that information?
  • What is the radiometric resolution of an image?

Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Disclaimer

Linked In Twitter Facebook