Satellite imaging is a sensible solution for a project covering a large territory and requiring only low resolution for the purposes of the study.

Some satellite images can illustrate what surrounds us via the spectrum not visible to the eye. It may be more relevant to represent certain phenomena such as the health of the vegetation cover and wetlands.

Satellite radar interferometry is a wise solution for projects requiring higher resolution or more frequent images for monitoring and characterizing infrastructures.

Geolocation also offers professional mation and deformation detection services using the InSAR technology (Interfereometric synthetic aperture radar) from several satellites constellations, for the maintenance and protection of roads, airport runways, railways, power lines, dams, pipelines, etc…

Geolocation is also an accredited user of the Canadian Space Agency.