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America’s Supply Chain Action from Space
We now offer our customers data and expert analysis of the US Supply Chain Management in near-real-time as seen from satellite images.
Economic Impact of COVID-19 lockdown in Malaysia: A View from Space
In this study, we illustrate how our satellite-based nowcasting solutions can be used to track the evolution of the economic impact during one month of the nationwide lockdown in Malaysia imposed in June 2021 in response to the latest surge of the pandemic.
Forests, Farmlands and Land Use Management with SpaceKnow’s Solutions
Remote Sensing Technologies are being used to determine the physical properties of land and what it is used for. Deforestation/reforestation, illegal logging, safety of critical infrastructure like power lines and railway lines, and vegetation health are among the many use cases for this technology. Our Chief Scientist, Michal Reinstein, describes SpaceKnow solution in this blog.
3D Monitoring of Mines using Satellite SAR data
With modern SAR satellites from providers such as Sentinel 1 or Iceye, SpaceKnow provides deep insights in 3D surface mapping and monitoring. Read our blog to learn how our technology helps the mining industry.
Putting Defense News Into Perspective with Satellite Imagery Analytics
With high tensions and the whole world watching the Russia-Ukraine border last month, we decided to apply our machine learning algorithms to analyze the assets at the Morozovsk Air Base located nearby. Our aim was to detect and evaluate any unusual activity, compared to previous years.
SpaceKnow Spotlight – Michaela Tomkova
SpaceKnow Spotlight gives you a window into our company – our people, style of work, and personality. This post, the first of our Spotlight series, introduces one of our rockstar Data Scientists.
Provider Agnostic Algorithms: Our Approach to the Growing Space Industry
With all the new satellites and satellite imagery providers coming to the market, we’ve had to be creative in our approach to algorithm development. In this blog, our Chief Scientist dives into our methodology.
The Key to Economic Nowcasting: Location, Location, Location
Satellites can image almost every corner of the earth. ML algorithms can be developed to recognize objects, detect changes, and measure economic activity with these images. This opens up endless possibilities. The question is not only what to look for – but where to look for it?
Satellites, AI & Urbanization: A Modern Approach To Urban Planning and Monitoring
Public and private service providers need reliable and up-to-date information about the urban landscape in order to efficiently plan maintenance, improvement and building of infrastructure. Satellites orbiting the Earth generate vast amounts of unstructured data. Using AI, we are able to analyze this data instantaneously and provide decision makers with unique insights into urban monitoring worldwide.
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