KOMPSAT-5 has a primary objective to operate as an Earth observation SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) satellite to provide data for geospatial applications as well as monitor environmental disasters. KOMPSAT-5 is also referred to as the GOLDEN mission:
- GIS: Acquisition of independent high resolution SAR images
- Ocean & Land Management : Survey of natural resources
- Disaster & ENvironment Monitoring : Surveillance of large scale disasters and its countermeasure.
KOMPSAT-5 can revisit nearly any target on earth within 24 hours providing consistent monitoring of temporal situations
Interferogram of the Kilauea volcano located in the southern part on the Island of Hawaii, known as Big Island (image credit: SIIS, KARI)
Several factors affect the pricing for satellite imagery. Submit your area of interest on our website, and a member of our team will contact you to confirm the details and deliver final pricing for the imagery you need. Please feel free to contact us at 303-759-5050 x 2 or MapMartInformation@harris.com
with any questions.
KOMPSAT-5 Imagery from SI Samples