Unprecedented access to a worldwide network of satellite partners
Partnered with all leading commercial satellite operators to give clients access to a huge range of satellite data capabilities. This virtual constellation draws imagery from more than 450 satellites currently in orbit, providing access to both optical and radar imagery at a range of resolutions and sensing modes.
Imagery is sourced and supplied to meet each client’s specific needs in terms of spatial and spectral resolution, resulting in timely image acquisition frequency.
Cape Barren, Australia. ©2016 Planet
Mailiao Oil Refinery, Taiwan. ©2020 Capella
- Full global coverage
- Satellite data can simultaneously provide large area of coverage and high levels of detail
- Rapid updates of targeted area can be supplied every few hours if needed
- On-demand tasking available from many providers
- Historical backlog of worldwide data
In the aftermath of COP26, global leaders and their nations set to work to meet historic pledges to significantly reduce emissions and reduce fossil fuel reliance. The UK has previously committed to reducing emissions by at least 78% by 2035 and be net-zero by 2050 – so how can we ensure these targets are achieved?
The satellite Earth Observation (EO) industry is evolving incredibly quickly, as new satellites are being planned and launched, and leading-edge ML-based analytics developed and applied to open up new capabilities and markets. Nothing exemplifies this trend better than the partnership between Geospatial Insight and BlackSky, which creates a step-change in the potential for our customers to receive near real-time geospatial intelligence. This partnership has not happened overnight – we have been working alongside BlackSky for the last 7 years as both companies’ capabilities have developed and matured. With the growing capabilities of the BlackSky constellation, this close partnership has now crystallised as we become part of their reseller network, enabling Geospatial Insight to distribute their imagery to our clients worldwide in the insurance, finance, utilities and defence sectors.
After the collapse of Brumadinho Dam, the mining industry has been under intense scrutiny. Although the safety and infrastructure stability of tailings dams has always been extremely important, now, with the world watching, it is more crucial than ever that dam monitoring programmes are put in place.