Reliable Geospatial Data for Planning, Developing and Maintaining Infrastructure Projects
Accurate and Reliable Geospatial Imagery and Data for Infrastructure Management
Civil Engineering and infrastructure development are strong governmental drivers worldwide. Geospatial information is an accurate and cost-efficient data source that plays a crucial role in supporting key decision-makers. We have been providing geospatial data and insights to the civil engineering and infrastructure community for over two decades.
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Airbus’ Reference Layer portfolio offers the most comprehensive range of Digital Elevation Models, global Basemap and Ground Control Points. Whether you are planning an infrastructure network or need accurate information about water bodies and drainage networks, our elevation datasets and “grids” are value-added information that can help ensure precision for any infrastructure planning and much more.
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Flooding Disaster on Alaska's Dalton Highway - TerraSAR-X was on the SceneFlooding and subsequent freezing formed ice up to 80cm thick throughout the stretch of Alaska's Dalton Highway. Near real-time TerraSAR-X imagery delivered quickly for flood assessment played a decisive role in the time sensitive planning activities.
Dam Monitoring with TerraSAR-X - An Effective Alternative to Terrestrial SurveyingThe Mosul Dam was built in the early 1980s. With a length of 3.65km and the crest elevation at 341m, the Mosul dam is the largest dam in Iraq. It is located in Northwestern Iraq on the Tigris River, upstream of the city of Mosul.
American Football Stadiums Seen by the Pléiades SatelliteAirbus Defence and Space presents the Pléiades images of the 14 largest stadiums in the United States. The impressive architecture of these stadiums has contributed to making US Football one of the most followed sporting events in the world.
PASSAGES - Or Planning of Radar Tower Locations in the Northwest Passage with WorldDEMThe Northwest Passage, the connection between the North Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, is approximately 5,780km long. It runs through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and is a complex winding maze of channels, bays, and straits that pass through often ice-choked Arctic waters, an area virtually impassable in the past. However in recent years, due to climate change, both commercial and leisure traffic are now able to pass through this region.
- Our Constellation: A Unique Constellation with the Most Extensive Imagery Solutions
- OneAtlas Services: Easy to Access Satellite Imagery, Geospatial Analytics and Industry-Specific Services
- Reference Layers: Enhancing Your Data with Our Highly Precise Range of Geometric Information
- Oil, Gas, Mining and Energy Market
- Surface Movement Monitoring: Your Alternative to Terrestrial Surveying
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