Apollo News Snippets – September 2020

Posted on September 1st, 2020
Our September list of tech advances is one of our longest ever with topics ranging from batteries to biofuel to graphene: A wind turbine for your home. Our next generation clothes could be made from this carbon-based fabric. These bacteria… Read more

Our Changing Landscape – Painting of Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C.

Posted on September 1st, 2020

In this monthly feature, we span the globe to examine Our Changing Landscape with a time series of medium-resolution PlanetScope satellite imagery. The PlanetScope constellation dates back to 2016 and collects hundreds of millions of square kilometers of 4 and … Read more

30-cm Color WorldView-3/4 Image of the Month – John Lewis Memorial, Washington D.C.

Posted on September 1st, 2020

Every time we look at WorldView-3 and WorldView-4 (WV3/4) imagery, we are blown away. And we hope you are equally impressed with the data! From a very geometric fort in Romania, we travel ‘across the pond’ this month to pay … Read more

Nighttime Jilin-1 Satellite Imagery – Paris, France

Posted on September 1st, 2020

Launched and operated by CG Satellite, meet Jilin-1, the only world’s only high-resolution satellite constellation collecting color nighttime imagery. Offered at 92-centimeter (cm) resolution, nighttime imagery from Jilin-1 is the ideal solution for a plethora of problems only now solvable … Read more

Maxar SecureWatch – Update on Southeast Asia

Posted on September 1st, 2020

Do you have the need for regularly updated images of locations around the world?

Perhaps you need imagery to integrate with an OEM solution you are developing?

Or maybe your organization uses large amounts of high-resolution imagery each year, and … Read more

In Focus – Apollo Mapping Imagery & Academia: Simulation of Hydrology and Population Dynamics of Anopheles Mosquitoes

Posted on September 1st, 2020

Over the many years, Apollo Mapping has helped a countless number of academics and professors source the proper imagery for their grant-funded research budgets. Whether it is 8-band multispectral and short-wave infrared (SWIR) WorldView-3 satellite imagery for land-use land-cover mapping; … Read more

Give Our FREE Conversion Website, kmz2shp.com, a Try!

Posted on September 1st, 2020

You might think you’re sneaky and oh so clever, but we’ve caught on to your little game. Under our noses, people are using Image Hunter for all kinds of unintended applications. Now, we’re calling you out and sending you packing … Read more

Cricket’s Chirp – September

Posted on September 1st, 2020

Cricket’s Chirp is created for Apollo Mapping by Ron Ruelle, a Boulder, Colorado based cartoonist, lllustrator and teacher. No animals are harmed in the creation of these comics, but Ron sometimes breaks a pencil in frustration. You can see more … Read more

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