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Employee Spotlight: Shaunak De, Data Scientist

Employee Spotlight: Shaunak De, Data Scientist In our mission to help clients understand what is happening on and to the Earth, we’ve created a culture that pushes us forward to deliver exceptional results. Orbital Insight created its Employee spotlight to illustrate the culture and people needed to support our mission. In this month’s Employee Spotlight, […]

Samsung Pyeongtaek: Tracking Semiconductor Manufacturing in Real-Time

Samsung Pyeongtaek: Tracking semiconductor manufacturing in real-time For those unfamiliar with Orbital Insight GO, our self-service geospatial platform, users have access to multiple sources of geospatial data — including millions of satellite images and IoT devices — to develop real-time analytics exactly where and when they want in the world. This use case will focus […]

Te Hau Ora O Ngāpuhi and Orbital Insight Partner to Understand Tourism and Growth Patterns in New Zealand’s Northland Region

Te Hau Ora O Ngāpuhi, an indigenous health provider located primarily in the Northland region of New Zealand, and Orbital Insight have partnered to create a better understanding of how human activity is impacting environmental and economic conditions in the Northland region. Using Orbital Insight’s GO platform, the partnership leverages satellite imagery and AI-derived analytics […]

Understanding Development Trends through Updated Parcel Data

Understanding Development Trends through Updated Parcel Data Combining Orbital Insight land use and open-source parcel data helps identify outdated parcel data or unregistered property A 3-step process to create land use maps, intersect against parcel boundaries, and conduct analysis is cost effective and may be completed in a matter of days. Governments require an up-to-date […]

Geospatial Analytics Makes for Safer Bets in Casino Equities

Geospatial Analytics Makes for Safer Bets in Casino Equities We recently launched our self-service geospatial platform, Orbital Insight GO, in our mission to understand what is happening on and to the Earth. Subscribers have access to vast quantities of geospatial data, including multiple imaging satellite constellations and hundreds of millions of connected devices. The GO […]

Solving Wide-Area Object Detection Challenges with Orbital Insight GO

Solving Wide-Area Object Detection Challenges with Orbital Insight GO We recently launched our Orbital Insight GO Platform, supporting DIY geospatial analytics at scale. A core feature of the platform is the ability for users to monitor activity-based intelligence. The theory of activity-based intelligence centers around finding human-made objects as proxies for nearby human activity and […]

Orbital Insight data shows car counts from Tesla's Fremont factory

From Tracking Teslas to Fighter Jets and Gas Stations, Orbital Insight GO Create Puts the Power in Your Hands

Empowering Asset Managers, Corporates, and Governments Alike with Automated Scalable Geospatial Intelligence Orbital Insight GO is the geospatial analytics platform that empowers asset managers, corporates and governments alike with automated scalable geospatial intelligence. In the past, this was technology reserved for specialized government agencies. In our mission to quantify what is happening on and to […]

Blue Skies for the Geospatial Marketplace: New Investment for Pioneering Technology

Perspective is a powerful thing. The invention of the microscope gave scientists access to a new world of insights at the molecular level. At Orbital Insight, our vision is to create the macroscope—a real-time view of the world at global, regional and hyperlocal scales via satellite imagery by leveraging computer vision and machine learning technologies. […]

Building a Macroscope for a More Transparent World

For thousands of years, space has fascinated humankind with its infinite size and boundless possibilities. The night sky alone is a visual feast, inspiring generations to trace patterns in star configurations, to speculate on the mysteries contained in the shadows and crevices of the moon. We use satellites and space ships to explore the depths […]