24 November 2001
SPOT Image provides Earth observation products for such diverse applications as agriculture, cartography, cadastral mapping, environmental studies, urban planning, telecommunications, surveillance, forestry, land use/land cover mapping, natural hazard assessments, flood risk management, oil and gas exploration, geology and civil engineering. SPOT Image is the world's leading supplier of geographic information from optical and Earth observation satellites, compatible with all image processing and GIS systems. Its range of products include geocoded and orthocorrected images, DEMs, and land classification datasets.
USA Select: Critical Mapping for Homeland Security
USA Select, the most detailed and current image mosaic of the U.S., provides a common operating picture to support Homeland Security and the 120 Cities projects.
Based on USGS National Map Standards, this digital reference
base map allows for 1) analysis on a national, regional and urban level;
2) co-registration of vectors, digital elevation models, and high resolution
inserts. USA Select is created
from current SPOT (10 meter panchromatic) and Landsat 7 (multispectral) imagery,
merged into a true color seamless mosaic in GeoTIFF, CIB, or any other format
For further information, specific options, proposals, or pricing
please respond to this email with your request, or call (703) 715 3119.
For JPG Samples
and Additional Information, click below:
and Sullivan Report
San Diego Product Specifications
For GeoTiff Full Resolution Samples, click below:
1. 10 meter natural color image of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania -- overview of mixed landcover and transition between urban, mountainous, and rural agricultural areas.
2. 10 meter natural color image of San Diego, California -- urban and coastal features, U.S./Mexico border area.
3. 10 meter natural color image of Jackson, Mississippi airport, transportation infrastructure, farmland, hydrologic features
4. 10 meter panchromatic image of the Texas/Mexico border along the Rio Grande
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