WorldView-4

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After two years in space alone, WorldView-4 joins its high-resolution satellite twin, WorldView-3, as the only 31-centimeter (cm) optical sensors in orbit. Also launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, WorldView-4 reached orbit on November 11, 2016 offering 31-cm panchromatic and 1.24-meter (m) four band (i.e. blue, green, red and near-infrared) multispectral. As WorldView-4 started its life as GeoEye-2, it is not identical to WorldView-3 but has been significantly upgraded to match its twin as close as possible.

If your project demands the world’s highest resolution satellite imagery, then the tandem of WordlView-3 and WorldView-4 should be your next imagery choice. And by working in close unison to acquire newly tasked imagery, WorldView-3/4 are able to offer unmatched collection times of 31-cm data even in remote and competitive regions of the world.

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Below is the least expensive WorldView-4 data offered. Prices increase for higher resolution, new collections, additional spectral bands and data processing. Note that academic and volume discounts are available.

  • Data Source: archive (greater than 90 days old)
  • Minimum Order Size: 25 sq km (per area & date)
  • Product Type: 30-cm georeferenced + natural color or 4-band (50-cm is offered at a discounted rate)
  • Price Per Sq Km: $22.50 (more detailed pricing can be found here)

For an exact quote, please contact our Sales Team at [email protected].