Let’s talk about Satellite Artificial Intelligence

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

How it works

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:

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

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Geospatial analysis began in 1950. It 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:

Could intelligent software process geospatial analysis faster and more efficiently?

Say “Hello” to SpaceKnow’s geospatial analysis engine, powered by machine‑learning.

Machine learning is a way how to create algorithms able to learn itself and getting better over time.

Oil pad detection example
Oil pad detection example

Now, in 2018, satellite AI is able to do work unimaginable ten years ago, conducting ultra large-scale analysis of continents in near real time.

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SpaceKnow uses Google Cloud to build a scalable and robust geospatial supercomputer.

Current AI Detections

More of them coming soon.

Cars
Cars
Trucks
Trucks
Ships
Ships
Boats
Boats
Nature
Nature
Trees
Trees
Aircraft
Aircraft
Cargo
Cargo
Roads
Roads
Urban
Urban
Houses
Houses
Water
Water

Accessible Satellite imagery Analysis as never before

Satellite Imagery technology used to be available only to governments and big corporates in the past. We changed it.

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