An Image When & Where You Want It

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An Image When & Where You Want It Fresh and Extensive Archive, Reliable Tasking

Fresh, Extensive Archive Available at Your Fingertips

SPOT

SPOT

SPOT Archive, since 1986

SPOT

SPOT SPOT

+100

SPOT

bnSPOT km²

SPOT

SPOT

SPOT

1.5m New resolution

110 Countries

95m km² + 22m km² V2 + 5m km² V3

SPOTMaps Off-the-shelf, seamless, country-wide mosaics

695m km² 51% Less than 15% cc

SPOT 6 Acquisitions in 2013

SPOT

And with SPOT 7

SPOT

SPOT SPOT The World SPOT SPOT

SPOT

Every Year at 1.5m

SPOT SPOT

SPOT

26m km² Stereo

38% Tristereo

SPOT 6 Since launch

161m km² 56% Less than 15% cc

Pléiades Acquisitions in 2013

84m km²

TerraSAR-X Acquisitions in 2013

Reliable Tasking Count on Us for Imagery When and Where You Need It

Pléiades 1A/1B, SPOT 6/7 are Genuine Constellations

Why? 2 x 2 Twins

Same phased orbit

Benefits Everyday, everywhere, access to all acquisition options. High spectral coherence for temporal series.

Fast access to your target Daily monitoring

Common tasking plan

Rapid coverage

Pléiades and SPOT behave as one

single satellite gifted with a daily revisit capability, a key element in collection success

Next Acquisition Opportunity? Day 1

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Everywhere, Everyday in high and very-high resolution

With 45° angle

TerraSAR-X, TanDEM-X and PAZ are Operated as a Constellation

Why?

Benefits

3 clone satellites

Same phased orbit

Frequent access to all acquisition modes

Fast access even in case of clouds Improved monitoring incl for interferometric data stacks

Coordinated tasking plan

Rapid coverage and mapping

PAZ addition will dramatically boost reactivity and

revisit capacity

Next Acquisition Opportunity? Day 1

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Daily for most latitudes*

* Above 25 degrees (North or South)

Reliable and Timely Tasking

87% Pléiades

success rate

83% SPOT 6

since Pléiades 1A launch

success rate

since launch

92% TerraSAR-X

success rate

Proven Examples Wide Coverage

May 26

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

May 29

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

May 31

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

June 5

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

June 7

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

June 12

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

June 19

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

June 19

Grey: acquired data, very cloudy Yellow: acquired data, cloud cover slightly above specs Green: validated collection

April 1: SPOT 5 and SPOT 6 Start Collecting over Japan

35%

85%

August 2: Status

SPOT 6

1,250,000 km² collected in 5

months at 0% cc

SPOT 6: North Korea

120,500 km² collected in 15

days

at less than 5% cc

SPOT 6: South Korea

100,000 km² collected in 3 months at

spec. priority (

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