New NDVI tool for Basemaps in Explorer

New NDVI tool for basemaps added to Explorer:

  • Surface Reflectance Basemaps now available in Explorer
  • New button with NDVI, False Color and RGB options for Surface Reflectance Basemaps
  • Additional indices in Labs tab in Explorer
  • Index visualization available in Compare mode

Bug fixes:

  • Pixel Diff Lab is working

November 1 2019

Explorer bug fixes:

  • Fixed Compare mode for Daily Imagery
  • Fixed issue with flickering Basemaps
  • Now showing most up-to-date Basemaps
  • Image Footprint visible on map when hovering over search result in left sidebar
  • Adjusted SkySat preview zoom level to 13 (from 10)

October 25 2019

  • Canceling an order is now possible
  • cloud_filter operation parameters are now optional

24 October 2019

This is a major release with a few important changes.

  • The order states QUEUED and PROCESSING have been moved to the capture level, which now includes the following states:
    • QUEUED (new)
    • FAILED
  • To show more visibility into granular capture states at the order level, the following two fields were introduced to the orders response:
    • capture_status_queued_count lists the number of captures in QUEUED state
    • capture_status_processing_count lists the number of captures in PROCESSING state
  • Together the following calls can be used to identify corders which were previously considered QUEUED or PROCESSING:
    • GET /tasking/v2/orders/?capture_status_queued_count__gt=0
    • GET /tasking/v2/orders/?capture_status_processing_count__gt=0
  • The order state FINALIZING was introduced. This state represents an order with an end time that has expired, but still has one or more captures in QUEUED or PROCESSING states. This state will ensure an order isn't marked as EXPIRED when a SUCCESS capture is about to be PUBLISHED.
  • New endpoint /tasking/v2/orders/aggregates/status/ was introduced to give you a roll-up of all your organization's orders by status.
  • The endpoint /tasking/v1/orders/<order_id>/captures is now deprecated.