Maritime, Minerals and Mining, Oil and gas, News and Media, Insurance and Finance, Transport, Retail and geo-marketing, Construction, Agriculture, Alternative Energy, Forestry, Humanitarian Operations and health, Fisheries, Enviroment, Pollution and Climate, Real-estate management, Travel, Tourism and Leisure,
Orbital Horizon™ provides high quality, unbiased and relevant satellite imagery for editorial news media, advertising, gaming, entertainment, film, books and reports. For just on a decade Orbital Horizon™ has provided situational awareness and timely, relevant imagery to the world. As the operational environment changed, we expanded our imagery operations and built upon our high quality, unbiased and relevant satellite imagery library, growing into one of the leading providers in the world. Our work is visible in leading international news publications where our satellite imagery has captured important headline events and locations from conflict zones to infrastructure developments and vital trade routes. Our imagery stems from extensive monitoring, analysis, due diligence, years of experience and expert senses to predict what you need, before you knew you needed it.
Agriculture, Maritime, Security, Defence and military,
SCSGi is a member of the SCS Aerospace Group and provides data, knowledge and information derived from open sources for a wide range of applications. The products and services have a basic foundation derived from space-based assets capable of providing high resolution, day / night, all-weather surveillance worldwide.
Forest Sense cc has been registered as separate entity in August 2011 as it was previously a branch of MST (branch Forestry Geoinformatics) since 1997. Forest Sense bases its service offering on the skills of its director, Wolfgang Luck, the former Technology Manager at the Earth Observation Centre of the South African National Space Agency (SANSA). The company therefore has a long expertise in forestry with special reference to the indigenous forests of South Africa and Remote Sensing.