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The Imaging Division (DIDGI) is part of the General Earth Observation Coordination (CGOBT) of the National Institute for Space Research (INPE).
DIDGI maintains the following catalogs for the dissemination of satellite images through the Internet:


Users interested in exploring the CBERS 04A images can access or download the user manual for the new catalog and find out about the levels of image processing.

With the end of the CBERS 04A commissioning phase, in July 2020, DIDGI adopted the logic of daily processing and cataloging the images from the two daytime passages of the satellite, using the remaining computational capacity to process and catalog, in the same six other tickets purchased on previous dates. Thus, we hope that the new catalog can show, in a few months, all the images processed since the beginning of the CBERS 04A's useful life.

Image Generation Division (DGI) is part of Earth Observation General Coordination (OBT), from National Institute for Space Research (INPE). The activities of DGI focus on receiving, recording, processing, storage and distribution of images and data from remote sensing, meteorological and scientific satellites. 

Main Goals:
  • Providing adequate infrastructure for reception, storage, processing and dissemination of spatial data.
  • Participating in national and international projects in those areas that DGI acts.
  • Answering clearly and objectively the community of user data and images.
  • Being a reference in new reception systems, storage, processing and dissemination of data and satellite images.

Station of Reception and Recording (ERG) satellite data of Cuiaba - MT is part of the Image Generation Division (DGI) from National Institute for Space Research (INPE). Activities of ERG involve reception and satellite data transfer from Cuiaba - MT to Cachoeira Paulista - SP. 

Main Goals:
  • Daily remote sensing, meteorological or scientific satellite tracking.
  • Upload acquired data to Image Generation Division (DGI).
  • Temporarily store the data for, in case of damaged or deleted data, in Cachoeira Paulista, provide them again.
  • Keeping contact with other spatial agencies responsible for satellites tracked by ERG.