It has been possible to command a satellite to take high-precision maps for several decades now. I remember in 2001, during the collision between China and the US over the South China Sea, I saw on the internet a high-precision map taken by a civilian satellite company to showcase their capabilities. It showed the scene of the military aircraft being struck at Hainan Lingshui Airport.
But recently, I saw this SkyFi service simplifying the service even more, turning it into a service that is almost like a consumer application.
On the website, you can freely go to any place on Earth that interests you, select an area, and then have satellites take photos to obtain high-precision maps. Here is an example: the minimum area is 25 square kilometers, and for $175, you can have a satellite take a photo when it passes by in the next few weeks. If you need it urgently, you can also add $350 to make the satellite fly over and take the photo.
Perhaps it is of no use to most people, but it is a very interesting service that allows one to experience the development of technology in recent years.