Arthur Van Eeckhout, Author at SpaceKnow
Russian Truck Stops (SNN#21)
Spaceknow’s Truck Stop dataset provides insights into the economic activity and logistics lines of the Russian army in the ongoing conflict with Ukraine, as well as the impact of Western sanctions on different regions, highlighting the importance of understanding economic nuances in a complex geopolitical environment.
Unlocking the Power of Publicly Available SAR Data for Tropical Forest Conservation
Satellite intelligence plays an integral part in monitoring forests. Academics and businesses are advancing various satellite analytics solutions that help in forestry management, detection of illegal logging, tracking carbon credits, or evaluating environmental changes in specific regions
Satellite Activity Data Reveals Mixed Trends in Chinese Economy: Retail Sales Rise, Property Market Falls (SNN#20)
SpaceKnow investigates Chinese retail sales and Chinese housing price trends using China Retail Parking Index and China Cement Storage Index.
Monitoring the French economy from Space (SNN#19)
SpaceKnow France Nowcasting Insights help our customers track economic growth in important sectors like consumer spending, housing, and exports.
Chinese Car Industry from Space (SNN17)
SpaceKnow’s Chinese Automotive dataset provides an in-depth look at the leading automotive market of the world.
Growth Risks in South Africa (SNN#16)
As central banks raise rates around the globe to ward off inflation, risks of a recession are rising. Business owners and consumers alike want to know if a recession is coming, when it will arrive, and what the magnitude and length of the slowdown will be. SpaceKnow data monitors real-time activity on the ground in […]
Year in Review: 12 Charts That Mattered
12 Charts take you back in time and around the world. Each with a unique story to tell, derived from our satellite activity datasets.
How to keep track of US Inflation using SpaceKnow Supply Chain Indicators (SNN#14)
SpaceKnow has several indices to observe activity and demand at US ports. These indices lead us to believe that the congestion at ports is easing.
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