Stream Your Imagery Over the Web
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is easy to integrate into any platform, such as Linux, Windows, AWS, Google Cloud or Azure. It's configurable, easy to use, and can be run in a single command.
Fuse Imagery from Multiple Sources with Mosaicking
Mosaicking allows you to bring together imagery from various sources and in different formats into a unified tileset.
Imagery layers can be dynamically superimposed in CesiumJS making analysis easy and convenient.
Global Sentinel-2 imagery (top left) combined with higher resolution Washington DC data (bottom).
The Cesium ion imagery pipeline is written in C++ and makes use of every available CPU core for projections and downsampling, giving it a significant performance advantage. It performs well even on commodity hardware.
Its out-of-core implementation allows it to easily scale to massive datasets that do not fit into system memory.
The Cesium ion imagery pipeline is written to handle everything from small patches of imagery to globe-scale high-resolution imagery.
It gracefully handles missing data as well as input with differing resolutions.
Source data can be processed in any provided projection, and it will automatically be reprojected into EPSG:3857 Web Mercator.