Here we go again: China vs Covid-19. Satellite data capture hard lockdowns.
SpaceKnow’s data derived from satellite imagery provides an exclusive early perspective on current economic trends in China.
How healthy is the German Economy? Satellite data joins the discussion.
SpaceKnow’s data derived from satellite imagery provides an exclusive early perspective on current economic trends in Germany.
Persistent monitoring of military activity: Russia-Ukraine border use case
Recent developments in the geopolitical arena surrounding Ukraine, Russia, and NATO have drawn the attention of intelligence analysts and companies providing assessments of the latest Russian military movements in the context of a potential escalation. Because the conflict has been going on since 2014, there are many well-known locations used as staging areas for the […]
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.
Monitoring Factory Shutdowns with Satellite Data
COVID has driven the demand for electronics through the roof, causing a global shortage of semiconductors, which has forced a variety of auto manufacturers to temporarily cease operations. Our algorithms process satellite data to capture these shutdowns in near-real time.