Posted on September 27th, 2012

Monthly Update on Astrium GEO’s Countrywide 2.5-meter SPOTMaps

In this monthly article, we provide details on updates released each month to Astrium GEO’s 2.5-meter (m) SPOTMaps product. SPOTMaps is an orthorectified natural color imagery layer with coverage over more than 100 countries – totaling an impressive 84 million square kilometers (sq km). For projects requiring a value-priced basemap better than what 15-m Landsat can offer, there is no other choice than SPOTMaps.

SPOTMaps Updates – August 2012

  • 6 markets were updated:
    • France
    • Iran
    • Morocco
    • Middle East
    • Spain – Portugal region
    • Western Sahara

For those who have never worked with SPOTMaps, below is a summary of key product specifications as well as product differentiators.

small_SPOTMaps_Kabul_Afghanistan

Key Product Specifications

  • Resolution: 2.5-m
  • Spectral Bands: simulated natural color (RGB)
  • Horizontal Accuracy: 10 to 15-m RMSE (root mean square error)
  • Projection/Datum: UTM WGS84
  • Source Data: SPOT5 satellite imagery
  • File Format: GeoTIFF

Product Differentiators

  • Recent and ready for immediate delivery and integration with your GIS
  • Seamless, orthorectified coverage across countries and entire regions
  • Suitable for work up to 1:10,000 scale
  • Custom product framing with minimum orders of ~100 sq km
  • Product series is updated every month
  • Source data can be delivered with all SPOTMaps mosaics
  • Volume and academic discounts are offered
  • Multi-user license are available

The map below has been color coded to show the collection year which makes up the majority of each SPOTMaps mosaic as well as those markets that were updated this month. An Apollo Mapping representative can provide more details on the specific year ranges used in each mosaic.


SPOTMaps - August 2012

If you would like pricing details and/or additional product details, such as date ranges and accuracy specifications, please let us know at sales@apollomapping.com or (303) 993-3863.

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