Posted on September 13th, 2016

Update on 5-meter RapidEye Mosaics

For those of you in need of ready-to-use, wide-area coverage mosaics, 5-meter natural color RapidEye Mosaics are a perfect fit. RapidEye Mosaics are virtually cloud-free and have been created with recent imagery collected during narrow time frames. With a 77-km wide footprint and five identical satellites in orbit, there is no better constellation to image huge areas in short times than RapidEye. These wide-area mosaics are competitively priced so ask your Apollo Mapping representative for a quote to support your next mapping project.

August 2016 Coverage Update

  • During August, Iran was added to the RapidEye mosaics database.
  • Also, as a note to our readers, the coverage for India is not complete but it does cover the northern half of the country.

RapidEye Mosaic Features

  • Priced at less than $1.50 per square kilometer with a 500 sq km minimum order size
  • Recent and virtually cloud free imagery (no more than 3%) collected in the most narrow time frame possible
  • GIS-ready format
  • Quick delivery as they are off-the-shelf mosaics
  • Custom mosaics available if they are not offered now

RapidEye Mosaic Specifications

RE_Mosaics_Coverage_August2016A map of the off-the-shelf 5-meter RapidEye Mosaics (in green) that are available. Custom mosaics are available upon request.
  • Image Bands: True natural color mosaics created from raw red, green and blue spectral bands
  • Resolution: 5-meters
  • File Format: GeoTIFF with associated metadata files
  • Bit Depth: 8-bit color balanced
  • Projection/Datum: UTM WGS84

For more information about RapidEye Mosaics, you can reach an Apollo Mapping representative at (303) 993-3863 or at [email protected].

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