SaVoir was developed originally for the European Space Agency to support operations of the International Charter for Space and Major Disasters (the Charter). The scope was to provide an easy to use tool to quickly identify potential acquisition opportunities over any area of interest and with any satellite and sensor combination, thus speeding the efforts in data ordering for disaster relief.

SaVoir is delivered fully configured with most of the currently flying optical and radar satellites (over 75) and their payloads, including Radarsats, RapidEyes, DMC, TerraSAR-X, SPOT, Kompsat, Formosat, NOAA, Landsat, Aqua, Terra, Cosmo-SkyMeds, WorldViews, Quickbird, Ikonos, CBERS, SAC-C, Cartosats, IRSs, EROSs, GeoEye, OrbViews, THEOS, TopSAT, KOMPSAT, Pleiades, EnMAP, Sentinel-1, 2, 3, and others. Configuring new missions is very easy with the help of wizards or by editing XML files. During maintenance support we provide also assistance in SaVoir configuration.

SaVoir has grown to cover three major areas of utility

Satellite Planning

Mission Analysis

Education and PR

Our customer base is growing quickly. SaVoir is used regularly in the Cosmo-Skymed and Deimos-1 operations. SaVoir customers include ESA (ESTEC, ESRIN and ESAC), NOAA (NESDIS), MacDonald Dettwiler, Japan Space Imaging, Astrium GEO-Information Services, Kongsberg (KSAT), GeoServe, Indra Espacio, e-GEOS, Deimos Imaging, DLR, SERTIT, EastDawn (China), ENI-Agip-KCO, Italian Space Agency and others. We update the software and issue updates frequently (every few weeks) in order to provide a dynamic product which continuously increases in quality and richness. These updates are free of charge for all customers with a maintenance contract (one year of maintenance is included with all new purchases).

The following sample videos show how to perform some common activities in SaVoir.

For a complete list of available videos, go to the SaVoir Video page.