WorldView-4 is a multispectral, high-resolution commercial satellite launched on 11 November, 2016 in California.
On 11 November 2016, DigitalGlobe's WorldView-4 was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base California.
With WorldView-4 joining WorldView-3 in the DigitalGlobe constellation, DigitalGlobe's total constellation has the capability to image a location an average of 4.5 times per day at 1m GSD or less.
WorldView-4 offers unique opportunities for remote sensing analysis of vegetation, coastal environments, agriculture, geology and many other applications.
|Resolution||Panchromatic 31 cm (at nadir)
Multispectral 1.24 m (at nadir)
|Nominal Swath Width||13.1 km at nadir|
|Products||Available as a 3 band, 4 band, 8 band or 16 band product|
||Panchromatic band (31 cm resolution)
|Archive Availability||Possible archive from August 2017 onwards|
|Minimum area of purchase||25 sq kms from archive
100 sq kms depending on product chosen for Select Tasking
|Dynamic Range||11-bits per pixel|
Land use and planning
Utility corridor mapping
Mining and Exploration
Oil and Gas