Digital Earth Australia Satellite imagery to inform Australia

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Digital Earth Australia is a platform that uses spatial data and images recorded by satellites orbiting our planet to detect physical changes across Australia in unprecedented detail.

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See more than 30 years of landscape change

For decades satellites have been capturing imagery of Australian landscapes. Digital Earth Australia (DEA) corrects, curates, and makes this image data freely available on the interactive DEA Maps.

1. Go to DEA Maps
2. Go to 'Explore map data'
3. Select your data product
4. Add to the map

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Digital Earth Australia’s analysis-ready imagery and datasets are made freely available to download and to access via web services.

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Finding water to fight fire

Satellite data maps of Australian waterbodies are fuelling a more confident flightpath for Victoria’s Country Fire Authority.

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Danielle Wright

It was at a remote sensing workshop that I heard a seminar by Dr Claire Krause from Geoscience Australia. She gave a presentation on the all the DEA data products, and I was just amazed.

Danielle Wright

Remote Sensing Analyst, Research and Development, Country Fire Authority