Data collected by a series of 45 on-orbit Chinese Earth observation satellites including:
Ground Sampling Distance (GSD)
ranging from 0.4m to 30m optical data
Submeter optical data with daily revisit globally Optical (panchromatic, multispectral & hyperspectral)
C-band radar up to 1m resolution
Images That Capture All
Custom made solutions with our satellite tasking capability to meet your project requirements
Priority levels set to your needs
Flexible collection window, up to 365 days time window for data collection
See-through clouds ability
Competitive rates and excellent service
Day & Night
Accessible price for very high resolution at 40cm and 50cm
The world’s first 136km and 150km swath
optical satellites at 0.5m resolution
Superview Constellation and EarthScanner, Jilin Stereo, Jilin GXA
Daily revisit constellation at 0.5m and 0.75m resolution
NaturEYE, ZY Tri-Stereo, HyperScan, CBERS
A virtual constellation of 10 satellites at medium resolution (2 to 5m) offering weekly revisit capacity
GF-7, ZY Tri-Stereo
Stereo Imaging at submeter and medium resolution allowing you to build your 3D mapping.
C-band SAR satellite
very high resolution at affordable cost
The world first geostationary satellite allows real-time change detection such as forest fire monitoring
Hyperspectral imagery at 5m resolution for a better analytic solution in natural resource monitoring
NightVision & Video Constellation
A constellation of 6 video satellites with
submeter color video and night imaging
JL NightVision & Video Constellation
HEAD's sub-metric night images are captured by the Jilin NightVision constellation based on the True Colors RGB response. It includes, for example, urban/rural night lighting, flames (produced by burning gas and oil or forest fires), fishing boats, offshore, volcanic explosions, among others.
The Jilin NightVision constellation consists of nine satellites allowing daytime and nighttime imaging of the surface with a spatial resolution of 92 cm and video recordings.
HEADFinder tool demonstration video
Find out how to use the HEADFinder satellite imagery archive search tool with this video.