The commercial Satellite Imaging market demands a complex surveillance network. Companies are questioning the efficiency of beamed-based satellite imaging, and now are looking to the advantages of ground-based systems. Ground-based imaging is better at producing clearer imagery, with less atmospheric interference, and can produce images that “look” like satellite imagery. That reliability remains to be proven, though, and is the subject of a major research effort in the U.S. These efforts also seek to focus on details that are most urgently needed, be they large-scale humanitarian relief projects or search and rescue.
Commercial Satellite Imaging Market
The commercial satellite imaging market has seen some growth over the last five years. This increase has been driven by technology advancement, increasing demand for cost-efficiency and targeted informational purposes on powerful apps, gathering societal data and pursuing preservation of existing infrastructure.
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Importance of Satellite data
Today, satellite imaging is being used for anything from creating accurate maps to having an idea of what a property can look like. With many different businesses and organizations using these data and changing the ways in which they view commercial satellite imaging as well as user-friendly offers such as platforms and APIs, this area has seen a significant boost in use.
Types of imaging methods used
In satellite imaging, the most commonly used method is RF radar. This type of imaging uses radio waves instead of light waves. Although they don’t have the ability to see through clouds, they can detect moving formations and objects that are below the cloud layer.
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There is a lot of competition in the market, but not many people know about the names competing in this highly lucrative market. The key players are companies such as Northrop Grumman Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Thales Group and Harris Corporation.