Find free and timely imagery of anywhere on earth by searching popular open data sets like the Landsat and Sentinel archives.
Share web-optimized maps easily in our interface or embed them in your own site. You can also include them as layers in your favorite annotation and analysis tools like ArcGIS Online, CARTO, and Leaflet.
Whether you’re working with data already accessible through our platform or uploading your own, we do the heavy lifting to make processing your imagery go quickly no matter the scale.
Access free and open imagery datasets from all over the world. Search Landsat 8, Sentinel-2, MODIS, and NAIP imagery by date of capture, cloud cover, spatial resolution, spectral bands, and other criteria.
Use our mosaicking tool to create seamless maps out of individual images from a single source or several disparate sources. Build mosaics with ease by selecting images and defining Z-index priority.
Bring your own drone, manned-aerial, and satellite imagery into the Raster Foundry with a few clicks. Import data from local files, Amazon S3, Dropbox, or Google Drive.
Develop custom algorithms to extract information from your imagery and define automated pipelines to analyze your data. As new data is added to Raster Foundry, automatically apply your algorithms, publish the results, and receive alerts.
Use our custom band combination, false color, color correction, and analysis tools to adjust the look and feel of your maps or highlight unique aspects of the imagery.
Give your users additional data and functionality by leveraging our API. Take full advantage of the power, speed, and scalability of the Raster Foundry platform in the context of your own application.
Maps are meant to convey meaning, but most maps on the web rely on outdated or proprietary imagery. Raster Foundry makes it easy to create your own basemaps – on your own terms.
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