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Provision of satellite imaging and UAVs

Home > Cities and territories

Sector: Cities and territories

Activity: Earth observation

Disciplines: Maps, remote sensing and artificial intelligence

We increasingly have greater access to more satellites featuring high-resolution (30cm per pixel) capacities that monitor continuously our planet, reducing costs. COTESA supplies, advises and analyses in an advanced manner all types of commercial satellite imaging.

 

Solution

Image filing and handling of new images

Any supplier (Maxar, Airbus, Planet, Hisdesat, Satellogic, Geosat, etc.)

Implementable anywhere worldwide

Basic processing (orthophoto and corrections)

Analysis using advance remote sensing

Flight management and data processing for UAV’s/RPAs as a complement to satellite data

Benefits

  • Technical advice on supply depending on the end application.
  • Tailor-made assessments according to projects.
  • Comprehensive management of the complete image cycle.
  • Discounts for Universities and research centres.
  • Standout knowledge in the field of remote sensing.
  • Technical advice on supply depending on the end application.
  • Tailor-made assessments according to projects.
  • Comprehensive management of the complete image cycle.
  • Discounts for Universities and research centres.
  • Standout knowledge in the field of remote sensing.

Success story

GALICIAN REGIONA GOVERMENT

New image capture at 30cm and 8 bands of all of Galicia to create a forestry inventory (Galician Regional Government).

UNIVERSITIES

Diverse supply of VHR imaging for the R&D projects (Universities and research centres).

OGC - TENERIFE

New image capture at 30cm and 8 bands for a study into the effects on beaches (OGC – Tenerife).

PORTS AND AIRPORTS

New image capture at 50cm for the monitoring of ports and airports (Engineering firms).

ENGINEERING AND UTILITIES

Images at 50cm for the monitoring of linear projects: laying of cables, railways, roadways, gas and oil ducts (Engineering and Utilities Firms).

Find out more

Aurelio García Rochera

Director del Área de AGEO (Análisis Geoespacial y Observación de la Tierra)