What is OneAtlas?
Connecting Satellite Data and Insights to Help Empower Users
From high resolution satellite imagery to industry-specific insights, our vision is to empower users by getting accurate and reliable geospatial information where it’s needed as quick as possible. It all starts with our satellite imagery services – leveraging the power of the Airbus constellation of satellites and adding flexible ways for users to get access and use the geospatial data.
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OneAtlas consists of Data, Analytics and Thematic Services. Click on each to learn more.
OneAtlas Data allows users to access satellite imagery, global datasets, elevation data and 3D models. Access is flexible and available via streaming, download and API for easy integration into your GIS workflows.
Accurate and powerful geospatial analytic services that leverage expertise across the industry – enabling users to get the information and insights they need, when they need it.
Leveraging the capabilities from the Airbus constellation of satellites, our thematic services solve industry-specific problems. From land to sea, we offer a variety of services to fit your needs.
The best of very-high resolution optical imagery is now available
We are proud to serve customers with our most advanced optical constellation of four identical 30cm resolution satellites with ultimate reactivity.
With these state-of-the-art satellites, the imagery acquisition and delivery cycle is now optimised at every step. Take advantage of top-notch Earth observation imagery services for decades to come.
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