07 Sep 2020

Explore Your Monitoring and Compliance Options with groundWATCH

Geoimage’s groundWATCH enables asset owners and managers to improve project governance and control - from site operations through to executive level. 

groundWATCH is a secure web based visualisation app on an enterprise GIS platform that enables users to interact with raster and vector data in an intuitive manner. We describe it as a web hosted interactive dashboard. groundWATCH delivers operational efficiencies, reduced costs and reduced risks. It also delivers greater accountability across project/asset monitoring and compliance functions. By combining the latest remote sensing technologies (predominately satellite imagery & data) with the latest spatial software platforms and the power of IOT (Internet Of Things), groundWATCH provides universal connectivity to a trusted single source.

The below diagram demonstrates some of the interactive features that groundWATCH offers:

1 - Individual Clearance Area (HA)           2 - Aggregated Clearance Area (HA)

3 - Clearance Area by Epoch (HA)            4 - Before and after sliding tool

How does it work?
The dashboard ingests spatial imagery and data sets from multiple sources and formats. These are processed and analysed with a combination of proprietary software systems and Geoimage’s inhouse developed algorithms. The results are amalgamated and displayed in various interactive graphs and charts along with the associated imagery. As the user interrogates the defined parameters on screen, all associated graphs, charts and imagery responds and refreshes in real time.

groundWATCH dashboards can be custom built to client specific needs and can be applied to numerous industry sectors and use cases. It is particularly valuable for monitoring assets and projects in regional and remote locations spanning large areas. There are no area limits on this system.

To find out more about groundWATCH and how it can work for your business, call the Geoimage Sales Team on +61 7 3319 4990 or email

30 Jul 2020



Enhance your DEM's with Tri-Stereo satellite imaging!

Geoimage is introducing the use of Tri-Stereo; an acquisition method designed to produce a more accurate elevation model than seen with stereo image pairs. Tri-Stereo is composed of three near-simultaneously acquired images that are merged to present a precise and detailed digital elevation model (DEM). The target area is scanned from three different directions (backwards, forwards, and near-nadir), allowing better retrieval of elevation values over terrains without the risk of overlooking hidden items. The stability of Tri-Stereo modelling provides added accuracy and detail to the produced DEM by reducing occlusions caused by limitations such as high roughness, steep slopes and shadows.

The below images of the Kalgoorlie Super Pit in Western Australia demonstrates how comprehensive and detailed Tri-stereo is in its coverage in comparison to stereo. The addition of a near-nadir capture has revealed data along the western side of the mine site that would have been lost using stereo. 

With the addition of new satellite technology launching over the next 6 months, 50cm Digital Terrain Models (DTM) with Tri-stereo capacity will be available via Geoimage.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Tri-stereo and how you could benefit from these capabilities, call the Geoimage team +61 7 3319 4990 or email

09 Jun 2020

There's still time to get the most out of your budget this financial year! 

If you order archive imagery before COB June 19th, Geoimage will priority process and deliver it on or before June 30th 2020. 

Our usual processing time is 15 working days, but with this offer you will receive your imagery within 10 days.  

Some products will attract price increases from July 1st 2020, so buy now and save. The Australian Dollar is also currently trading at 70c USD so secure your pricing now! 

To discuss your options, call the Geoimage Sales Team on +61 7 3319 4990 or email

06 Apr 2020


Geoimage uses Shortwave Infrared (SWIR) technology to extract real world information that will assist you and your business to make smart decisions. Your competitive advantage is gained by differentiating ground materials through automated information extraction at a fraction of the cost and time associated with more traditional methodologies.


The shortwave infrared sensor enhances the value of imagery by enabling the detection of specific mineral content and species of vegetation through signatures not identifiable with the naked eye.

The benefits of collecting reflective data in these wavelengths are vast as the measurements can help reveal the mineral content of rocks, the moisture of soil, the health and species of vegetation, the physical composition of building materials and thousands of other invisible details. This spectral information is visible to the digital sensor because of the energy reflectance it measures.



Click here to read a case study about how SWIR technology was used to detect traces of uranium in Namibia, Africa.


Geoimage offers SWIR available at 3.7m resolution (previously only available at 7.5m resolution) through Maxar’s WorldView-3 satellite. Imagery at this resolution is useful for creating rich data for categorizing man-made and natural material, penetrating smoke, detecting fire, mapping minerals and more.

Comparison between SWIR 3.7m resolution & 7.5m resolution
(Image courtesy of MAXAR Technologies)

We currently have an abundance of SWIR archive data that has been captured across Australia and internationally.


If you want to know if your area of interest has been previously captured or wish to know more about how SWIR can help your business, please get in touch by calling +61 7 3319 4990 or emailing


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