Pléiades Neo images are acquired by four very high-resolution optical satellites (Pléiades Neo 3, 4, 5 and 6) on a twice daily basis anywhere on the globe. The datasets are available starting with November 2021.
The geographic coverage is global.
|Spatial resolution||1.2m (MS)|
|Geometric processing levels||Ortho|
|Radiometric processing levels||Display|
|Revisit frequency||Bidaily (for Constellation)|
|Data availability||Since 2021|
|Incidence angle||Up to 52°|
|Spectral bands||Near Infrared (770-880 nm)|
Red-Edge (700-750 nm)
Red (620-690 nm)
Green (530-590 nm)
Blue (450-520 nm)
Deep Blue (400-450 nm)
Panchromatic (450-800 nm)
|Spectral combinations||Full PMS: Pansharpening (6 bands)|
|Bit depths||8 bits per pixel|
The current limitations are due to the recentness of the satellite. The data provider is still in the process of validating the captured data. Therefore, due to the strict quality control process in place, these limitations exist. These will soon be lifted and this dataset will be accessible in the same modalities as Pléaides and/or SPOT.
|Limitations||Size of the area of interest|
|Minimum order||5 km2|
|Minimum width||> 500 m. in any direction|
|Minimum price||AOIs smaller than 25 km2 will be charged the same price as for 25 km2.|
|Data product||ID||Spectral processing||Geometric processing level||Image format||Bit depth||Radiometric processing level||Acquisition mode||Coordinate system|
|Display||Full PMS: Pansharpening (6 bands)||Ortho||GeoTIFF||8 bits per pixel||Display||Mono||UTM zone of the area of interest|