DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Remote Sensing Services Market by Application, Platform (Satellites, UAVs, Piloted Aircraft, Ground), End Use, Resolution (Spatial, Spectral, Radiometric, Temporal), Type, Technology (Active, Passive) and region – Global The “Forecast to 2027” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The remote sensing services market is expected to grow from USD 13.2 billion in 2022 to USD 26.6 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 14.9%.

The basic objectives of remote sensing services are to characterize and monitor land and surface features, such as forests, deserts, urban cities and agricultural fields. Remote sensing services play a vital role in the scientific understanding of environmental processes, such as carbon sequestration and albedo change. This crucial information is essential for managing and safeguarding large areas of environmental resources, such as tropical forests.

The Earth Observation Technology Group (EOTC) facilitates a knowledge exchange platform for diverse members of the terrestrial EO community to provide a unifying theme for terrestrial EO investigations and practices. It covers a full range of remote sensing operations, including new platforms, sensor development, image retrieval, analysis, environmental modeling and data applications. Remote sensing services are provided through technologies such as satellite photography, visible, near infrared and thermal infrared sensors transmitted by satellite, synthetic aperture radars, passive microwave imagers and microwave scatterometers assets.

Based on applications, defense and security segment is estimated to be the fastest growing market

The military harnesses the power of satellite imagery to gather intelligence about enemies. Monitoring maritime and terrestrial surveillance activities by satellite has become increasingly important in recent years and will continue to do so with advances in satellite technologies and high-speed data services. Airbus Defense and Space offers a unique and innovative interface, the OceanFinder platform, which allows maritime actors to inspect available satellite footprints against additional information such as AIS and nautical charts, as well as situation reports by satellite. Vessel Detection Reports (VDR) include near real-time information regarding vessel positions, as well as relevant vessel size and background information. Such information is useful for routine basic intelligence, route forecasting, projected vessel locations, and automated vessel detection and classification.

Need to capture more details through high and very high resolution images to meet the demand of the resolution segment

Spatial resolution is the pixel-level detail of an image. Smaller grid cell size and more detail are two benefits of high spatial resolution. In contrast, higher spatial resolution results in smaller pixels and less detail. Drones frequently produce photographs with some of the highest spatial resolutions. Despite being the highest in the atmosphere, the satellites are still capable of reaching pixel sizes of 50cm or more, such as Worldview-3. Overall, the quality of an image and the detail of the object are described by its spatial resolution. Spatial resolution has higher information with more pixels when grid cells are smaller, spatial resolution has more detail with more pixels. In June 2022, Planet Labs PBC (USA), a leading provider of daily Earth data and information, and Bayer AG (USA), a global company with key competencies in the areas of life sciences, health and nutrition, announced the expansion of their strategic relationship. Planet and Bayer are advancing digital technologies to have a positive global impact on agriculture. Bayer’s digital tools can optimize seed production, creating more efficient and sustainable agriculture. Planet’s unique data can provide users with satellite imagery from daily scans down to 3.7m spatial resolution anywhere on Earth’s landmass, enabling precision farming that can provide information at ground level.

China to Dominate Remote Sensing Services Market in Asia-Pacific

China uses land and ocean observation satellites to create a robust network to monitor natural resources and detect environmental changes. The country plans to launch about 100 more Earth observation satellites into space by 2025. According to the UCS Satellite Database, it currently has more than 260 satellites in orbit and is taking steps to accelerate the development of its economy linked to space within the framework of technological breakthroughs. and industrial growth.

Main topics covered:

1. Introduction

2 Research methodology

3 Executive summary

4 premium previews

5 Market Overview

6 industry trends

7 Remote Sensing Services Market, By Application

8 Remote Sensing Services Market, By Platform

9 Remote sensing services market, by end use

10 Remote Sensing Services Market, By Resolution

11 Remote sensing services market, by technology

12 Remote Sensing Services Market, by Type

13 Regional Analysis

14 Competitive Landscape

15 company profiles

16 Appendix

Companies cited

  • Aerodyne Group

  • Aerospace laboratory

  • Airbus SE

  • Antrix Corporation Ltd.

  • Blacksky Technology Inc.

  • cyberhawk

  • Esri

  • Geospatial Intelligence Pty Ltd.

  • ice eye

  • Imagesat International (ISI)

  • Harris Geospatial

  • Mallon Technology

  • Maxar Technologies

  • Measure

  • Orbital Insight

  • Planet Labs, Inc.

  • PlanetObserver

  • Precision Falcon

  • Remote Sensing Solutions GmbH

  • Satellite Imagery Society

  • Spire Global, Inc.

  • Terra Drone Corporation

  • Terra Remote Sensing

  • Sanborn Map Inc.

  • Trimble Inc.

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