WorldView-4

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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
Bands
Panchromatic band (31 cm resolution)
  • Pan: 450-800 nm
4 Multispectral bands (1.24 m resolution)
  • Blue: 450-510 nm
  • Green: 510-580 nm
  • Red: 655-690 nm
  • Near Infrared: 780-920 nm
Archive Availability Possible archive from August 2017 onwards
Programmable? Yes
Minimum area of purchase 25 sq kms from archive
100 sq kms depending on product chosen for Select Tasking
Stereo available? Yes
Largest Scale 1:1,000
Dynamic Range 11-bits per pixel
Applications Telecommunications
Land use and planning 
Infrastructure planning
Environmental assessment
Marine studies
Mapping /Surveying
Civil Engineering
Utility corridor mapping
Natural Resources
Mining and Exploration
Oil and Gas
Tourism
Agriculture

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