21AT Satellite Imagery
Established in Singapore in July 2014, Twenty First Century Aerospace Technology (Asia) Pte. Ltd. (21AT Asia) is a leading provider of high-resolution satellite imagery products and value-added services. As a subsidiary of Twenty First Century Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd. (21AT), they have access to a fleet of satellites, including BJ1 4m, BJ3A 0.5m, and BJ3B 0.3m, as well as the Triplesat Constellation 0.8m, which consists of three identical optical satellites.
21AT Asia's primary goal is to deliver rapid response, guaranteed data, and efficient delivery to our customers. To achieve this, their space technology R&D center conducts extensive research and development in areas such as image processing, EO information services and applications, as well as new application software and systems. 21AT dedicated team of highly trained and experienced engineers ensures the smooth management and processing of data for customers worldwide.
TripleSat Satellite Imagery
21AT has a group of three advanced Earth observation satellites (TripleSat-1, 2 and 3) that offer daily imaging capabilities worldwide. They have a vast collection of data dating back to 2016. Collaborating with 21AT, GeoWGS84 offers cost-effective options for accessing imagery to cater to various needs.
BJ 3A Satellite Imagery
Beijing 3A, developed by Aerospace Dongfanghong for 21AT, is an advanced optical satellite for remote sensing. Utilizing cutting-edge technology such as ultra-high agility, stability, and precision, as well as autonomous mission planning and in-orbit image processing, Beijing 3A achieves intelligent systems and continuous imaging on its own. Beijing 3A is equipped with two imagers: a full-color imager with a resolution of 0.5 m and a multispectral imager with a resolution of 2.0 m.
BJ 3B Satellite Imagery
Beijing -3, a duo of optical Earth observation satellites, is under the ownership and operation of Twenty First Century Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd (21AT). The launch of Beijing-3A took place on 11 June 2021, while Beijing-3B was launched on 24 August 2022. The imager on Beijing-3B possesses a spatial resolution of 0.3 m. These satellites are equipped with on-board artificial intelligence (AI) that enables autonomous flight path generation and ensures stability during swift observations, as the spacecraft can reach speeds of up to 10° per second.