WorldView-3 (WV-3) Spacecraft Launch Mission Status Sensor Complement References. As the first of the second-generation high-resolution satellites, WorldView-1 features 50-centimeter (cm) panchromatic imagery. The provided data is a simulated WorldView-3 "SuperCube" - a 16 band product composed of the eight WorldView-3 VNIR bands and the eight WorldView-3 SWIR bands. WorldView-4 greatly expands the 30cm collection capabilities and archive growth in today’s imagery environment. The overall objective is to meet the growing commercial demand for high-resolution satellite imagery (0.46 cm Pan, 1.8 m MS at nadir - representing one of the highest available spaceborne resolutions on the market). The combined 16 bands are provided in a single TIFF file at the native VNIR spatial resolution of 1.2 meters. SWIR bands penetrate haze, fog, smog, dust and smoke and the spectral diversity enables new imagery applications. Buying Satellite Imagery: Pricing Information for High Resolution Satellite Imagery. To purchase High Resolution and Medium Resolution Satellite Imagery including: WorldView-1, WorldView-2, WorldView-3, WorldView-4, QuickBird (60cm), GeoEye-1, IKONOS, Pléiades 1A/1B, SPOT 6/7 and RapidEye pricing information and details are listed below. WorldView-3 is the younger, more sophisticated ‘satellite sister’ of Maxar Technologies’ WorldView-2. WorldView-4 (formerly GeoEye-2), launched in November 2017, provides a second sensor from DigitalGlobe capable of delivering imagery at 30cm resolution, the highest level of detail commercially available from satellite. After a six year break in the launch of high resolution satellites, WorldView-1 was launched by Maxar Technologies on September 18, 2007 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA. WorldView-3, having successfully launched on August 14, 2014, is the world’s first super-spectral, high-resolution commercial satellite. With the addition of WV-3 to its satellite constellation (in addition to QuickBird, WorldView-1 and WorldView-2), DigitalGlobe will be capable of collecting ~1 billion km 2 of Earth imagery per year. WorldView-3 from DigitalGlobe ™ In addition to providing the highest resolution imagery commercially available, this sensor also captures 29 multispectral bands, far more than any other sensor on the market. WorldView-2 (WV2) is a commercial imaging satellite of DigitalGlobe Inc. of Longmont, CO, USA (follow-on spacecraft to WorldView-1). Launched into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California on August 13, 2014, WorldView-3 is now the world’s most technologically advanced high-resolution satellite. QEI’s WorldView provides a pixel resolution display environment on Windows Workstations connected to the central QSCADA secure SCADA servers over dialup, the Internet, or the utility’s corporate network. WorldView-3 is a next generation commercial imaging mission of DigitalGlobe Inc., Longmont, CO, USA.