Get data of Bhuvan Applications, Hyper spectral Images from Remote Sensing Satellite IMS-1, The Advanced Wide Field Sensor (AWiFS): Indian Remote Sensing Satellite Resourcesat-2, Ocean Wind Velocity, Ocean Wind Stress Curl, Ocean Wind Stress, Water Bodies Fraction, Model Derived Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential, Model Derived Depth of 26°C Isotherm, Ocean Heat Content, Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential, Albedo derived from Oceansat-2 Ocean Color Monitor (OCM), Vegetation Fraction derived from Oceansat-2 Ocean Color Monitor (OCM), Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) derived from Ocean
Get Bhuvan Android Apps. These Apps are available for Android-based smart phones for "Locate and track" facility and Field Data (Point of Interest) Collection.
This catalogue contains Bhuvan Applications which has been developed in collaboration with different agencies. Thus Bhuvan provides platform to create, visualize, share, and analyze Geospatial data products and services towards Spatial Mashups. Different Ministries and state governments have collaborated with Bhuvan. Some of the collaborators are Punjab Heritage & Tourism Promotion Board, Punjab Remote Sensing Centre, Ludhiana Municipal Corporation, Karnataka Forest Department, Himachal Pradesh Forest Department, Central Water Commission, India Meteorological Department.
The Advanced Wide Field Sensor (AWiFS) operates in three spectral bands in VNIR and one band in SWIR with 56 metre spatial resolution and a combined swath of 730 km achieved through two AWiFS cameras. The catalog contains the orthorectified multi-spectral AWiFS data. The ortho-rectification process is carried out for correcting Terrain relief errors, Scale variation, Sensor attitude/ orientation and Internal errors.
This is a OGC compliant Web Map Service (WMS) created by Survey of India from Open Series Map (OSM) Data on 1:50,000 scale and Panchromatic imagery of Bhuvan for Andhra pradesh . These rich data sets can be integrated with any other OGC compliant Web Services to make it more meaningful and solve real life problems. The whole OSM map data is organised in 8 themes which can be made on /off with the tools provided in layer menu. The transparency of the Bhuvan Imagery can be changed by the user as per the requirement using the tool available under layer menu of the India geo-portal.