Do More With Very High-Resolution Imagery With SkyWatch

January 25, 2024

SkyWatch, a leader in the remote sensing data technology industry, is thrilled to share two key product updates that allow SkyWatch customers to do more with very high-resolution (VHR) satellite imagery.

Santiago Airport, Chile 04/04/2022 Copyright Airbus DS 2022

Release Highlights:

  • Airbus Pléiades Neo HD15 imagery is now available to all SkyWatch customers via both our Archive search and Tasking order workflows. Users can now access imagery from the Pléiades Neo constellation at 15 cm spatial resolution, optimal for visual inspection and detailed analysis.
  • The SkyWatch platform now offers increased area of interest (AOI) maximums for VHR data, enabling customers to efficiently capture imagery for AOIs up to 150 km2.


Benefits for SkyWatch Customers


Increased Detail and Precision

Pléiades Neo HD15 15 cm resolution imagery provides customers with crisp images, ideal for visual inspection and richer analysis in applications like infrastructure monitoring in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC), Mining, Energy, and Utilities.

More than 652,000 Pléiades Neo acquisitions are available today in the public catalogue, available via SkyWatch, representing over 370 Million km² (equaling 2.4 times the total Earth’s landmass).

Large AOI Support

Customers using VHR data for Mining, AEC, Energy, and other applications requiring imagery of large areas can now source 15 cm and 30 cm data more efficiently, with lower latency on data delivery.


Check out Pléiades Neo HD15 Imagery

Kolwezi Mine DNC Pleaides Neo HD15 very high resolution satellite imagery
Kolwezi Mine, DNC 03/07/2022 Copyright Airbus DS 2022

Explore HD15 Images via DirectView

Mittelplate, Germany (October 8, 2021)

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (May 7, 2023)

Kolwezi, DRC (July 3, 2022)

Arthur Ashe Stadium, NY (September 5, 2023)

To start exploring HD15 imagery, log into your SkyWatch account or sign up today!

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