Skip to content

PlanetObserver Launches New Website

September 2010 sees the launch of PlanetObserver newly redesigned website with a vibrant new look and new content detailing the company’s product portfolio and know-how.

The French company PlanetObserver, specialised in natural colour satellite imagery, has developed greatly in the past years with new products, new applications, new markets. The newly launched website reflects this new dynamic and the new business development trends within the company.

Featuring a better design, interface and content, the site is still available at both in French and English. Offering improved navigation combined with significant layout updates and reorganized web pages, the website has been designed to highlight the company’s major product ranges : high-quality 2D and 3D satellite imagery which constitute PlanetObserver core business, and a full range of eye-catching communication products (satellite floor maps, 3D virtual globe program, exhibitions, etc.) derived from satellite imagery and aerial photography provided by the French cartographic institute IGN.

The new site also presents a new section “Markets and applications” with case studies and practical examples on how professionals take advantage of our products and images in their industry sector.

In addition, videos, pictures, detailed product brochures and downloadable sample data provide a very comprehensive overview of our products and expertise.
Check out the new image and video galeries highlighting the great diversity of our satellite imagery offering, also available on flickr and Youtube.

Contact : PlanetObserver
Email :
25 bd Gergovia – 63000 Clermont-Ferrand – France

About PlanetObserver

From its setting-up back in 1989, the French company PlanetObserver, based in Clermont-Ferrand, has been specialized in satellite imagery processing and global imagery dataset production, exclusively in natural colours, a truly innovative concept in the late ’80s. PlanetObserver satellite imagery is now widely used in many industry sectors ranging from IT applications, cartography, web-mapping, special events, museums or broadcasting.