SkyFi Makes GEOSAT's Archive and Tasking Available for All
SkyFi, the world's geospatial hub, is excited to announce a significant enhancement in its Earth observation offerings through a new partnership with GEOSAT. This collaboration expands the platform's geospatial reach and broadens user access to a more extensive network of in-orbit satellites. It enhances flexibility and extends the scope of observation across global regions, including the Middle East and Europe.
The partnership with GEOSAT enables SkyFi to offer more 75 cm global archive imagery, providing users with detailed and high-quality Earth observations. GEOSAT will offer access to task its constellation and tap into its 40 cm super resolution, achieved through advanced processing techniques, archive. While tasking capabilities and super-resolution are not yet integrated into the SkyFi platform, it can be accessed by reaching out directly to the SkyFi team. Please contact: [email protected]
This collaboration is more than an expansion of services; it represents the beginning of a robust partnership between SkyFi and GEOSAT. The ongoing integration process aims to fully incorporate GEOSAT’s solutions, giving commercial markets more geospatial tools to solve their problems.
"At GEOSAT we are very excited about this partnership with SkyFi, as it brings together innovative expertise and resources that will allow us to take our very high-resolution imagery and data to reach new horizons. We are sure that this collaboration will enable many successful projects with SkyFi customers," said Pedro Jesus, CCO at GEOSAT.
SkyFi's partnership with GEOSAT is a testament to its commitment to providing users with comprehensive and versatile geospatial data solutions. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in SkyFi's journey to become the most user-friendly and accessible hub for Earth observation data.