Products and Services
Collecting and Analyzing Geospatial Information
ALOS ALOS-2 TerraSAR-X Services Pleiades SPOT-5 SPOT6 & 7 WorldView-1 WorldView-2 WorldView-3 GeoEye-1
Airborne surveying
Aerial photogrammetric surveying Aerial laser surveying Thermal sensor surveying Hyperspectral Sensor Surveying PALS (Portable Aerialphotography and Locator System)
Vehicle/Ground Surveying
Road condition laser surveying Road condition surveying GPS surveying TS surveying Precision surveying Terrestrial Laser Surveying Ground based InSAR and Radar
Water area surveying
Bathymetry Seabed Exploration
Analysis Bases for Geospatial Information
Satellite Signal Receiving Facilities (Ground Stations) MMS High Accuracy Information Center
Utilizing Geospatial Information
GIS Cloud

Internet-based Regional Analysis and Marketing

Shoken Taisho

Reassurance with Disaster Prevention Systems also on the Cloud

Safe Home Return Map Service Disaster Prevention e-Learning

Trusted and Proven Services for Local Governments and Public Institutions

PasCAL for LGWAN Our Town Guide Facilities Booking System
GIS (Desktop/Enterprise)
Geospatial Information Consultant

Regional strategy analysis consultant

Contract analysis reports

Local government and administrative consultant

Disaster prevention plans and hazard maps Road and bridge design Water supply and sewage facility management Dam and Port Management Rivers and erosion control Ubiquitous Consulting

Individual system development

Mapping Solutions Maintenance and operation services
Data Provision
Sale of high-precision aerial photographs Aerial photographs of Okinawa Prefecture Satellite images Mapping data for GIS 3D Map Data 3D Elevation Data

SPOT-5: Optical Satellite

SPOT-5 is an optical satellite launched by the French Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), and is mostly utilized in the area of environmental monitoring.

SPOT-5 Basic Image Product Specifications

Product Archive New imaging
or acquisition
SPOT Scene products  
SPOTView Level 3 Ortho products  
SPOTMaps × Possible for areas that have already been developed. Archive-based.
SPOT DEM × Areas for which Reference3D tiling has been completed. New observations are not accepted for HRS stereo sensor.
SPOT DEM Precision × Areas for which Reference3D tiling has been completed. New observations are not accepted for HRS stereo sensor.
Reference3D × Areas for which Reference3D tiling has been completed. New observations are not accepted for HRS stereo sensor.
BASE IMAGE × Japanese version of SPOTMaps. Generated from the SPOT2.5 m color archives obtained through observation from 2002 to 2007. Updated each year.

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SPOT-5 Image Processing Service

The image processing service can only be provided for SPOT Scene and SPOTView Ortho products. (For new observations)

Programming Request for normal observation
Request for priority observation
(*Feasibility studies are required.)
Rush 24 hours per scene
48 hours per SPOTView Ortho

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Points to Note when Purchasing Products

SPOT-5 data may only be used upon the customers' agreement to the EULA.


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Copyright Notice

All SPOT-5 data and derivative products must clearly show the following copyright notice.
“includes material ©CNES (year of production),Distribution Spot Image S.A., France, all rights reserved”

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SPOT-5 Sample Images

  • Location: Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
    Location: Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
  • Location: Antwerp (Belgium)
    Location: Antwerp (Belgium)

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SPOT-5 Applications

■Geometric processing of images
■Image interpretation
■Spatial analysis
■Creation of DEM using stereo pair

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SPOT-5 Satellite Specifications

Launched May 2002
Launched by France
Designed lifetime 5 years
Spectral bands and resolution Panchromatic × 2 (Resolution of 5 m)
(In combination, generates 2.5 m products)
Multispectral × 3 (Resolution of 10 m)
Short wavelength infrared × 1 (Resolution of 20 m)
Spectral range P:0.48 to 0.71 μm
B1(green):0.50 to 0.59 μm
B2(red):0.61 to 0.68 μm
B3(NIR):0.78 to 0.89 μm
B4(SWIR):1.58 to 1.75 μm
Swath width 60 km
Satellite orbit Polar sun-synchronous
Altitude (On the Equator) 822 km
Orbit period 101.4 minutes
Revisit frequency 26 days

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