Questions & Answers
CATALYST Microservices will directly access both open source and commercial imagery data and include the cost into the microservice. What imagery can be accessed depends on what imagery is supported by our Microservices.
Yes, it will be possible to access both local and cloud data through our microservices. However, what data can be accessed will depend on the individual microservice.
Yes. We will be announcing something soon with additional ESA DIAS providers.
CATALYST Microservices supports SAR, and optical imagery, which includes VHR imagery. Each microservice supports different imagery, depending on the process/workflow.
We will be launching many new workflows and algorithms as microservices over the coming few months. Our initial focus is as follows:
- Differential InSAR
- Persistente Scatterer InSAR
- Analysis Ready Data
- Change detection and Classification
However, we have over 750 algorithms and workflows, so contact us if there is a specific workflow or algorithms you want deployed in the cloud.
Yes, for appropriate microservices