Let’s talk about Satellite Artificial Intelligence

See what’s behind our unique analytical platform and how satellite image analysis is shaping tomorrow

Satellites orbiting Earth

Did you know there are over 300 satellites taking photos of the Earth right now?

Speaking of satellites, we actually have the world’s largest catalog of satellite images thanks in part to our numerous partners:

Have a glimpse at some of the snapshots being captured every day

Adelaide hills, Australia

Adelaide hills, Australia

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan

Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Jebel Shams, Oman

Jebel Shams, Oman

Nishinoshima Volcanic Island, Japan

Nishinoshima Volcanic Island, Japan

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand

Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town, South Africa

Photos: © 2017 DigitalGlobe

In 1950, Geospatial Analysis was born! This analysis was, and remains to this day, focused on recognizing trends, patterns, and anomalies in satellite images of the Earth’s surface.

Fast forward 63 years to 2014, where in San Francisco an idea was formed.

What if there was intelligent software that could process geospatial analysis faster and more efficiently?

Now there is! Say “Hello” to Machine Learning, an advanced form of Artificial Intelligence.

In practice, the program would learn to automatically identify and track objects that it was trained to.

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Cars in Bangkok

Just 2 years later, in 2015, Satellite Artificial Intelligence was able to automatically count over 460 Million cars in just one day. Now that’s progress!

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SpaceKnow utilizes Google Cloud to help share computing power, allowing us to handle any and all analysis.

Here’s what our advanced Satellite Artificial Intelligence can currently track
(Stay tuned for more to be added soon)

Cars
Trucks
Ships
Aircraft
Buildings
Urbanized area
Vegetation
Water area

Powerful, user-friendly satellite imagery analysis for everyone.

Satellite imagery analysis used to be only available to governments and big corporations. Now, it’s all on your desktop and tablets!

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We picture a world where everyone can get a wealth of satellite information and be able to utilize it on their terms, with complete transparency.

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