A First Light image from Capella’s C-9 satellite. The Arabian Pier is a public boardwalk with a flowy, cascade design highlighting a unique architectural feat visible from space.
Here we see a 50 cm image of Iskenderun Limakport, Turkey, an active port for Russian coal imports.
India’s western port city of Sikka is a hub for oil and petroleum imports.
Capella has added a data stack of 19 new spotlight images of the Bay of Gibraltar to its Open Dataset. This latest open data release previews the utility of port monitoring, maritime domain awareness, and supply chain management. In this example, Capella’s high quality SAR imagery makes it possible to track vessels with great detail and clarity.
The Shanghai Container Terminal Port is in a region that is typically very cloudy, making it difficult to capture imagery through electro-optical (EO) satellites. In Capella’s Stripmap image, in contrast, you can see the port and Changxing Island clearly and gather rich information about the port in real time. This is a significant advantage because […]
This Stripmap image captures some of the vessels that were blocked around Port Said, the northern entrance to the Suez Canal, during the infamous six day period when the Ever Given was grounded in the canal. Looking at this image, you can see many different types of vessels represented, including oil tankers, bulk carriers, ships […]
Imports and exports make up a large portion of Morocco’s GDP. In this Stripmap image of the Port of Casablanca, you can clearly see ships as they are being loaded in the berths, containers, and rail activity. SAR can be a useful tool to monitor for potential congestion in and out of ports as goods […]
This image shows the southern entrance of the Panama Canal. You can see the Gatun Locks, which control traffic in and out of the canal, and a boat being guided through. Capella’s custom elongated scene provides a wider swath for additional visibility needed for certain applications. In this use case, Capella’s Stripmap imagery mode is […]
The Port of Manila is the largest port in the Philippines. In this image, the port and the cities of Manila and Quezon are clearly visible, along with containers, ship activity, ships in the harbor, ships at anchorage, and other sections of the city. Capella’s Stripmap, Spotlight and Sliding Spotlight images can help analysts monitor […]