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What's New

World basemaps

 

Customising regional imagery mosaics: 15m-resolution Korean Peninsula imagery in 9 styles



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Software Tools:

June 2016: DOS- and GUI-based Spectral Transformer for Sentinel-2 imagery Version 2.0 released - Rapid band combinations, image stretching, image pan-sharpening, and exploratory image feature extraction tools for analysing 10m-, 20m- and 60m-resolution Sentinel-2 imagery, with a few simple button clicks

January 2016: DOS- and GUI-based Spectral Transformer for Landsat-8 imagery Version 2.0 released - Rapid band combinations, image stretching, and image pan-sharpening tools for making beautiful and detail-rich 15m-resolution Landsat-8 imagery composites, with 2 simple button clicks

 

 

 

Excellent global base maps -
                                  imagery and shaded relief


1. Global Satellite Imagery - Earth Land Surface 2000 Ver. 3 from 2016 update

  • 14.25/15/30/60/90m-resolution, natural and/or false-colour
  • Complete six (6) data sets, multiple styles
  • Unique global mosaics at 30m-resolution (image size: 1,296,000 x 648,000 pixels; file size: 2.29 Terabytes in raw binary; format: optimised JPEG2000), ready-to-use and cost-effective

          - Global mosaic Style 1 (ocean area: uniform colour, e.g. black)
          - Global mosaic Style 2 (ocean area: bathymetric shaded relief)
          - Global mosaic Style 3 (land area: 3D texture; ocean area: shaded relief)

Anyone even with little or no geospatial experience is able to use our large-sized, GIS-ready global mosaics; it can be as easy as opening files! We show you how. 

2. May 2016: Unique state-level imagery mosaics at 1m-resolution for 48 contiguous U.S. states

  • One state, one imagery mosaic – extremely easy to use and manage in GIS mapping software
  • See the big picture and the detail
  • Consistent 1m-resolution with the popular WGS 84 Web Mercator projection
  • Latest and complete NAIP imagery series from 2015, 2014 & 2013 seasons
  • ~180 Terabytes of processed data in raw binary and ~9.0 Terabytes in compressed JPEG2000 format
  • Complementary to the existing small-sized county-level mosaics
  • Natural color (RGB), color infrared (CIR), or NDVI color mosaics available

 

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