Posted on October 7th, 2014

Changes in DigitalGlobe Satellite Imagery Pricing – 40-cm & 8-band Products

Starting this month, there are two important changes to DigitalGlobe satellite imagery pricing that should be noted by all of our readers:

  1. There is a significant price reduction for archived and tasked 8-band WorldView-2 imagery.
  2. There is a higher price for archived and tasked 40-centimeter (panchromatic) and/or 1.6-meter (multispectral) imagery.

In addition to these pricing changes, you are now able to task GeoEye-1 for single shot tasking.

If you would like specific details on the price changes and/or single shot GeoEye-1 tasking, please send us an email at sales@apollomapping.com.

Given the proprietary nature of DigitalGlobe’s price list, we are not able to publish these price changes in our newsletter; and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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2 Responses to Changes in DigitalGlobe Satellite Imagery Pricing – 40-cm & 8-band Products

  1. Madhav Chowdhary says:

    Dear Sir,

    We are interested in acquiring multi-spectral very high resolution satellite images of India. We will start with state of Maharashtra.

    Initially we will need images once in month

    We want to use satellite images for identification of farms of the farmers and crop in the farms

    At a later stage we will need images every day.

    We will use these images for offering services to the framers for precision agriculture

    Regards

    Madhav

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