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Satellite Imagery of Guinea

From March 2024 onwards, GeoWGS84 offers a diverse selection of satellite imagery options for Guinea

Guinea now has a variety of satellite imagery choices, each offering different levels of resolution, accuracy, spectral bands, and dates, thanks to the progress in remote sensing technology.


One of the most popular options for satellite imagery in Guinea is from 21st Century Aerospace Technologies. 21AT is a Singapore-based company that specializes in offering advanced remote sensing imagery products and services. One of their notable offerings is the TripleSat Constellation, which comprises three high-resolution satellites. These satellites follow the same sun-synchronous orbit, with a time difference of 33 minutes between each one. Another significant project under the ownership and operation of Twenty-First Century Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd (21AT) is BJ-3. This project consists of a pair of optical Earth observation satellites. BJ-3A was launched on June 11, 2021, while BJ-3B was launched on August 24, 2022. These satellites can capture images with a resolution as fine as 30 cm.


Another popular satellite imagery option in Guinea is from Maxar Technologies. Maxar is known for its operation of the WorldView satellites constellation, which captures incredibly detailed imagery with a resolution as high as 30 cm. This high-quality imagery from Maxar is extensively utilized in a range of fields, such as defense, agriculture, and urban planning.


Here is a sample of the Maxar WorldView Satellite Constellation over Conakry City, Guinea, perfect for environmental monitoring, cartography, disaster management, agriculture and forestry, infrastructure planning, natural resource exploration, and other wide range of disciplines

Satellite Images of Conakry City, Guinea
Satellite Images of Conakry City, Guinea

Other options include KOMPSAT-3 and KOMPSAT-3A, operated by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute, which provides high-resolution satellite imagery over Guinea with a spatial resolution of up to 38 centimeters, and the Satellogic Aleph-1 constellation of satellites has developed a unique way to improve the spatial resolution of their panchromatic and multispectral imagery. Through their proprietary processing techniques, they can enhance the resolution of satellite imagery over Guinea to 70 cm. This increase in collection resolution allows Satellogic to provide a product that maintains the original radiometric values while being more beneficial for various project requirements for customers in Guinea.


If you are looking for medium or low-resolution imagery for Guinea, TerraColor NextGen 15 Meter Satellite Imagery is available for web-based maps, weather maps, defense applications, and digital media. It covers the entire globe and can be customized. Provides stunning true-color views of Earth. It can be paired with high-resolution imagery and regularly updated with new Landsat 8/9 imagery.


GeoWGS84 is an authorized distributor for a range of different companies.


Maxar Technologies Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84


21st Century Aerospace Technologies Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84


Satellogic Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84


TerraColor NextGen Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84


KOMPSAT Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84



If you require high-quality satellite images of Guinea or specific cities, feel free to get in touch with us. Our company offers exclusive rates for the following cities in Guinea.

Conakry, Guinea
Nzerekore, Guinea
Kankan, Guinea

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* 21 AT, Satellogic, EOS-Sat1, and SIIS Satellite Imagery are available to customers worldwide

** Maxar is available to customers in the USA and Canada only

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