SIIS, the operator of the KOMPSAT constellation, presents a state-of-the-art solution for high-resolution optical imagery of the Earth's surface. The KOMPSAT constellation is meticulously crafted to offer frequent revisits to any location on the planet, ensuring the acquisition of timely and current data. Equipped with advanced high-resolution optical cameras, the satellites possess an impressive capability to capture images with a resolution of up to 2.5 meters, facilitating meticulous and precise analysis.

Dataset details

The KOMPSAT (Korean Multi-Purpose Satellite) constellation is a state-of-the-art Earth observation system featuring high-resolution optical and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors. Placed in sun-synchronous orbits, these agile satellites can quickly capture specific areas of interest and offer frequent revisits, allowing for dynamic change monitoring, environmental assessments, and disaster response with precision and timeliness. The constellation's multispectral and hyperspectral capabilities make it a versatile tool for applications such as land cover monitoring, agriculture management, and urban planning.

DatasetProduct typeSpatial resolutionRevisit cycleSpectral band
KOMPSAT-3AOpticalPanchromatic: 0,55m
Multi-spectral: 2,20m
3 daysPanchromatic: 450 - 900nm
Blue: 450 - 520nm
Green: 520 - 600nm
Red: 630 - 690nm
NIR: 760 - 900nm
MWIR: 3.3 - 5.2nm