ClearSky Imagery: satellite image maps without the cloud cover.
Most raw satellite images have some level of cloud cover. Clouds often obscure details and features of interest. Cloud free images can be simulated by combining a series of images in time. The final product is a composite of those images, choosing the best quality data and merging them to produce high quality, visually striking images that look as though they were taken on the same day.
ClearSky Imagery uses images from the Copernicus Sentinel 2 mission, the most comprehensive, high quality Earth observation programme available.
ClearSky Imagery is produced by Assimila Ltd, a consultancy that works closely with leading universities to translate cutting edge research into practical applications, developing innovative techniques to transform data into useful information for sustainable environmental management.