High-Resolution Satellite Imagery
High-resolution satellite imagery refers to satellite images with a high level of detail and clarity. These images are captured using satellites equipped with high-resolution cameras that can capture images with pixel resolutions as low as 30 cm. These images are widely used for a variety of applications such as mapping, urban planning, agriculture, and resource management, among others. High-resolution satellite imagery helps provide valuable information for decision-making in various industries, as well as for scientific research and analysis.
Difference between Very High Resolution, High Resolution, Medium Resolution, and Low-Resolution Satellite Images
Very high-resolution satellite images typically have a spatial resolution of 30 cm or less, meaning that each pixel in the image represents a 30 cm x 30 cm area on the ground.
High-resolution satellite images have a spatial resolution of 30/50/70 cms, which provides pretty good detail and clarity.