Posted on August 4th, 2015

New Product Offering – High-Resolution Aerial Imagery Tasking Services

Did you see in last month’s newsletter that we can now sell aerial imagery with up to 15-centimeter (cm) resolution? If not, check out the rest of this article!

Starting immediately, we are happy to announce that we have added a new high-resolution aerial imagery offering to our selection of data products. In the past, our aerial products were limited to 30-centimeter (cm) color imagery from an archive over the USA and Europe. Now, we can task new aerial imagery over polygons in the United States (and with approval beyond) at both 15-cm and 30-cm resolutions!

A 30-cm color aerial imagery sample collected over Houston, Texas late September 2013. And now a 15-cm color aerial imagery sample collected over Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 10, 2014.

Here are the key specifications of our new tasked aerial imagery offering:

  • Spectral Bands: natural color, color infrared (i.e. green, red and near-infrared) or 4-band multispectral (i.e. blue, green, red and near-infrared)
  • At Nadir Resolution: 15-cm or 30-cm
  • Typical Delivery Time: 1 to 2 months
  • Possible Coverage Area: continental United States (other geographies may be available with a custom quote)
  • Horizontal Accuracy: ~3-m CE90 (dependent on terrain, can be improved with ground control points)

Our aerial imagery offering is ideal for customers requiring very competitively priced, cloud-free data at resolutions not available from a satellite sensor.

If you would like more information on our new tasked aerial imagery services, please reach out to us by phone at (303) 993-3863 and email at, or check out our website here.

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2 responses to “New Product Offering – High-Resolution Aerial Imagery Tasking Services”

  1. Mohammad Riyad Goolamally says:

    Does Appollo Mapping cover other territories outside America

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