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augustus 10, 2018

New detailed mosaic of the Netherlands available

August 10, 2018: This week Geoserve published on www.satellietdataportaal.nl a new satellite image mosaic of the Netherlands. The satellite images used show details as small as 80cm and have been acquired in June and July 2018. The mosaic shows the most recent changes in the Netherlands, such as the development of the Marker Wadden and […]

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augustus 10, 2018

Weekly Planet mosaics of Netherlands

July 11, 2018: Every week Geoserve publishes on www.satellietdataportaal.nl a new satellite image mosaic of the Netherlands. The mosaic is made from Planet imagery with a resolution of less than 5 meters. With these weekly mosaic visitors of the portal have a very current view of the Netherlands. These images will be used among others […]

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juni 25, 2018

All 4 SuperView-1 satellites operational now

The operator of the SuperView-1 satellites announced that now also the 3rd and 4th Superview-1 satellite are operational. The Superview-1 satellites collect very-high resolution imagery with 0.50 meter resolution. With 4 satellites operational, any interest area can revisited on a daily basis. This makes the SuperView constellation a good solution for monitoring applications (agriculture, infrastructure, […]

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januari 9, 2018

High water levels Dutch rivers

January 9, 2018: Satellite imagery acquired yesterday show the high water levels in the rivers Waal and Maas. Due to rainfall and melting water (upstream in Germany and France) the water levels are relatively high. Below satellite imagery from October 2015 and yesterday show the difference between low and high water levels in these rivers. […]

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november 23, 2017

Geoserve signs reseller contract with SpaceView

November 23, 2017: Geoserve has become a SpaceView reseller for the Netherlands. With this partnership Geoserve’s clients get access to very-high resolution satellite images of the SuperView satellites. SuperView images shows details as small as 50cm in size. Currently, 2 SuperView satellites are in orbit and 2 more are expected to be launched within the […]

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