Posted on November 26th, 2012

Change to RapidEye FTP Delivery Structure

Starting October 8th, a modified FTP delivery structure for RapidEye imagery was implemented. In the new system, files will be condensed down to a single main folder which will be easier to download as new data is posted.

In the main FTP folder, you will find:

  1. A folder containing imagery and named according to the day it was delivered
  2. A shapefile defining the area of interest for the order
  3. A shapefile summarizing the data delivered to date
  4. A KMZ file summarizing the data delivered to date
  5. Several ancillary delivery files (i.e. check sum and readme files)

We hope that our RapidEye users find these FTP changes beneficial to working with this 5-band 5-meter imagery.

If you have any questions about these changes or RapidEye imagery, please let us know at sales@apollomapping.com.

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