COSSURVGEO offers imagery data by using the combination of panchromatic and multispectral bands to bring out the environment features that are most important to your project.
Raster imagery and GIS maps have greatly expanded opportunities for map data integration, analysis, modeling, and map production for monitoring and assessment. As populations grow, as countries boost their economies, as landscapes change, governments have increasingly relied on up to date imagery and other geospatial data for applications such as planning, land Information Systems, disaster response, public health, agricultural biodiversity, conversation and forestry.
High resolution raster imagery have facilitated scientific research activities at landscape and regional scales. Availability of imagery means that it`s compliments better for analysis of urban growth and transportation development for assessment and monitoring. Multispectral sensors can provide increased spectral resolution that can be used to further analyze land cover and change detection, and how urban growth and associated transportation development impact these conditions.