CGG: NPA Satellite Mapping Ltd.

NPA Satellite Mapping is a world-leading supplier of satellite images, multi-client products and bespoke mapping services.

Our solutions respond to the challenging requirements of clients from across the world, reducing risk and enhancing knowledge within exploration, planning and monitoring. Since 1972 we have developed a core expertise in the supply and processing of satellite imagery, offshore exploration, geological mapping and InSAR surveying.

Our status as an independent distributor of satellite images guarantees the provision of impartial advice to clients on the most appropriate solution to meet the specific requirements of a study.

NPA and its staff are committed to providing products and services which comply with our Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental certifications.

As part of the world’s largest geoscience company we are able to provide fully integrated solutions that combine complementary products, services and expertise.

Data providers

We acquire, process and distribute image data including:

  • Landsat (ETM/TM/MSS)
  • SPOT
  • IRS
  • ERS-1/2 and ENVISAT
  • Russian imagery and data from all other optical and radar satellites
  • Very High Resolution sensors: 1m, IKONOS-2 and 60cm Quickbird

Geological knowledge

Particularly noted for expertise in geological and oceanographic studies for hydrocarbon exploration. We are a market-leader in space-based natural oil seep detection, having pioneered the technique of Offshore Basin Screening and developed a Global database containing results from more than 5000 SAR scenes.

SAR Interferometry techniques

With growing involvement in disaster and risk management, We are at the forefront in the application of satellite SAR interferometry (InSAR) for ground displacement and subsidence detection.

Diverse products

Products are used in a great variety of industry applications such as:

  • natural resource management
  • civil and transportation engineering
  • defence
  • telecommunications
  • agriculture o water resources
  • utilities
  • risk management
  • media
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