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April 26th, 2017
PlanetObserver Announces Release of PlanetSAT Global Imagery Basemap Version #2017

Clermont-Ferrand, France – 26 April 2017 – The French company PlanetObserver, supplier of geospatial data for all civil and military visualization and simulation applications, and GIS solutions, announces the release of PlanetSAT Global #2017, the unique seamless and global imagery basemap processed with fresh and cloud-free satellite images.

Processed with current Landsat 8 source data for 40% of the global and more than 300 major urban areas across the world, PlanetSAT Global version #2017 is the high quality natural color imagery basemap that offers detailed and up-to-date geographic information, perfect for 1:50,000 scale mapping.

PlanetSAT Global imagery basemap is ready-to-use as a unique backdrop map of many military, commercial and consumer applications, from visualization and simulation solutions, flight simulators, geo-intelligence and mission preparation systems, to GIS software, web-mapping applications and graphic solutions for broadcast and weather.

Key benefits for users are:

  • Up-to-date and reliable geographic information, available immediately,
  • Plug-and-play product, ready-to-use in all professional applications,
  • Cost effective solution with special packages for continental subsets and global coverage.

As part of our annual maintenance program, PlanetSAT Global basemap is updated every year in order to offer global data totally consistent with all local changes and enhance user experiences.

Laurent Masselot, CEO of PlanetObserver said,PlanetSAT Global is the new generation of global imagery basemap. By adopting PlanetSAT Global imagery layer, users benefit from high quality, up-to-date and cloud-free imagery that is easy to implement in any professional solution, from GIS to visualization and simulation systems, both for civil and military applications.”

To find out more about PlanetSAT Global imagery basemap, visit PlanetObserver website at www.planetobserver.com.

 

About PlanetObserver

PlanetObserver offers a full range of value-added geospatial products: PlanetSAT range of global imagery basemaps, PlanetDEM global and accurate Digital Elevation Models, and on-demand service for Very High Resolution imagery and orthophotography. All products are developed internally, backed up by PlanetObserver’s know-how in geospatial data processing and more than 25 years of technological expertise.

PlanetObserver geospatial data are perfect for numerous commercial, military and consumer applications, ranging from web-mapping to 2D and 3D visualization and simulation solutions, GIS tools, cartographic mapping to audio-visual production.