Are you assessing land use cover over a large region?
Perhaps you are looking to improve the results of your automated classifications?
Or maybe you have another spectral analytic technique in mind for that next mapping project?
If ‘yes’ is the answer to any of these questions, then 32-band 10-meter OHS hyperspectral imagery is the data for you!
Orbita Hyperspectral Satellite (OHS) collects hyperspectral imagery at 10-meter resolution in the 400-nanometer (nm) to 1,000-nm (from blue to near-infrared) spectral range. OHS is the only commercial satellite constellation offering hyperspectral imagery, setting these microsats apart from their competitors. OHS’ large, 150-kilometer footprint and 32 spectral bands open access to new avenues for mapping land use change along with disaster relief, spectral analysis, assessing plant health and so much more!
Orbita is continuously adding to their constellation of microsats, accruing a cache of archive imagery. With eight OHS satellites currently in orbit, each collecting up to 5,000,000 square kilometers a day, Orbita’s archive is ever-expanding.
Here is a quick summary of OHS’ specifications:
- Resolution: 10-meter
- Footprint width: up to 150-kilometers (3 individual scans, each about 50-km wide)
- Spectral band: 32-bands from 400-nm to 1,000-nm, download detailed band information here
- Daily collection capability per satellite: 5,000,000 square kilometers
For more detailed OHS specifications and full resolution samples, you can refer to our website here! And you can search for OHS coverage 24-hours a day by using Image Hunter. If you have any pricing requests, additional questions or would like a new price list with OHS data added in, send us an email at [email protected]!