Need an Eye In the Sky for Disaster Response?

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Need an Eye In the Sky for Disaster Response?

Toledo, OH – March 3, 2020 – We woke up this morning to news that Nashville Tennessee experienced a devastating tornado which has claimed multiple lives and destroyed homes and buildings in a large swath of the city. The team at Satelytics mourns the loss of life and property today in Nashville. Our customers have requested projects related to disaster response on numerous occasions and our team has relished the opportunity to play a small part in the efforts of those to return their lives and companies to a sense of normalcy.

Floods, hurricanes, droughts, wildfires, landslides, and tornadoes all can affect infrastructure in extreme events. Assets affected by natural disasters may include power lines, roadways, right-of-ways, ash ponds, pipelines, buildings, and more.


Ash pond breach.

Is your company's natural disaster plan up to date? Think about remote sensing using Satelytics’ threat assessment algorithms next time you update your disaster response plan or if you are in the midst of an emergency today! Satelytics keeps all project data in perpetuity, so your archives are available to fall back on in extreme events or liability situations. In addition, archival imagery may already exist for your affected assets.


ROW land slip.

Satelytics Inc.,, is a cloud-based geospatial analytics software suite. Multispectral and hyperspectral imagery is gathered from satellites, UAV, planes, and fixed cameras, and processed to provide both alerts and qualitative results for our customers. Data can be gathered up to a daily basis and results are sent to customers within hours. This includes the specific problem, location, magnitude, and even qualitative information, which minimizes cost, impact, and operational disruption for our clients.

For more information, contact David Dunham,, (o) (419) 728 0060 extension #101, (c) (701) 213 0294.

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