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Posted on July 9th, 2024

Featured Product – Discounted Site Monitoring With 30-cm Pléiades Neo

In the ever-changing world of geospatial technology, Airbus offers a groundbreaking solution for repeat imagery collections. Airbus Pléiades Neo OnePlan is a powerful monitoring solution that combines cutting-edge innovation with unparalleled collection capability at 30-centimeter (cm) resolution.

A 30-cm color Pléiades Neo image collected on April 28, 2023 over Roozengaarde in the Skagit Valley, Washington, USA during the annual Tulip Festival.

With 30-cm Pléiades Neo, Apollo Mapping clients are able to monitor urban growth, track environmental changes, and gain valuable insights into infrastructure development with unprecedented resolution and repeat collections. Pléiades Neo’s state-of-the-art capabilities ensure timely data delivery, enabling informed decision-making like never before. Airbus has a successful track record of quickly collecting beautiful imagery, making it the best option for monitoring applications.

Pléiades Neo’s OnePlan tasking solution has a flexible pricing structure, offering a discounted per-square-kilometer cost that makes it a fantastic choice for a wide range of applications. Additionally, the minimum order size reduces to 50 square kilometers when you collect six or more images a year, making Pléiades Neo an even more compelling option.

Airbus’ Pléiades Neo also boasts an impressive standard delivery time of 12 hours or less once the imagery is collected and processed, ensuring that you have access to the latest data when you need it most. Unlock a world of possibilities in monitoring, analysis, and decision-making with 30-cm resolution Pléiades Neo OnePlan tasking.

To find out more about 30-cm Pléiades Neo OnePlan tasking for site monitoring, send us an email at any time to and we will get right back to you!

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