OneAtlas Data Guide
  1. OneAtlas Data
    1. What Is OneAtlas Data?
    2. How Do I Get Started?

OneAtlas Data

Welcome to our OneAtlas Data guides. These guides have been structured to demonstrate the API functionality that OneAtlas Data has to offer. Organised by category, you can find exactly what you are looking for. Whether it is retrieving user information, searching an AOI or ordering a change detection report, we will have the API documentation to help you walk through exactly what you need.

What Is OneAtlas Data?

Based on one of the biggest constellation with Pleiades, SPOT, HAPS, Partner satellites and Open Source data (i.e. Sentinel), OneAtlas Data enables easy access to multi-source premium data to empower you and boost your business.

You will be able to explore the world, past and present, using search, streaming and download features over an extensive data library, continuously updated with daily SPOT and Pleiades image acquisitions. Our so-called ‘Living Library’ also includes an ever increasing archive, primarily focusing on North America, Europe, Asia and Middle East, going back 2 years.

How Do I Get Started?

To get started with OneAtlas Data, you will require an account. But if you would like to give our service a try before purchasing, you can sign up for a 1 month Free Trial by signing up on our website here.

Once your account is up and running, you should read our Authentication Guide to discover how to authenticate using renewable tokens. Shortly after you can learn about managing your account and subscriptions through our Manage Contract Guide.

Once your account is created you should be ready to search! Take a look at our image catalog, the ‘Living Library’. High resolution images are added continuously on a daily basis. It is designed to offer an extensive set of search criteria which you can find in our Search Guide. For additional details on the visualization capability and how to integrate our images directly in your GIS tools or your custom code, take a look at our View Service Guide.

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