Credit: Orbit Logic Incorporated

Credit: Orbit Logic Incorporated

The folks at Orbit Logic Incorporated have issued a new version of SpyMeSat. It allows smart phone users to task a high resolution imaging satellite to take an image of a user-specified location.

SpyMeSat users can task a high resolution imaging satellite (EROS-B) right from their smartphone to take a new image just for them . . . of any location within the supported regions (western Europe, North America, and Oceania (Australia/New Zealand, etc.).

This new version of SpyMeSat also includes an Apple Watch app as well. That allows the wearer to get notifications and see countdowns to upcoming imaging passes on your Apple Watch.

Sat snaps on demand

Alex Herz, president of Orbit Logic in Greenbelt, Maryland, developers of the SpyMeSat app, adds: “We are making archive imagery and new tasking accessible, responsive and affordable for everyone.”

SpyMeSat users can now order new images from an orbiting high resolution commercial imaging satellite.

Credit: Orbit Logic Incorporated

Credit: Orbit Logic Incorporated

This type of tasking enables industrial and government uses, for real estate and construction purposes. Perhaps you want to take an image of your group or sports team from space?

Prices for new tasking start at $500, an affordable option for high resolution satellite imagery collection.

SpyMeSat users can choose from image sizes ranging from 2km x 2km to 7km x 7km.

Resources

You can find additional information about the new version of SpyMeSat at:

www.spymesat.com

A YouTube demo video for the new version can be viewed at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9udHgYexJkE

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