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What is Artificial Intelligence and What Does it Mean for Your Company?
We hear the term artificial intelligence (AI) thrown around a lot in conversations and the news these days, but what does it mean? Can it really help you solve your company’s difficult problems?
- Problem: Human eye misses problem spots.
- Solution: AI-powered algorithms see more.
- Benefit: Solve multiple problems at once.
Toledo, OH – February 24, 2020 – We hear the term artificial intelligence (AI) thrown around a lot in conversations and the news these days, but what does it mean? Can it really help you solve your company’s difficult problems?
Similar to a child’s brain learning to speak by hearing sounds and correlating them to sights and objects, a computer scientist can write code allowing a machine to learn from its inputs and experiences. AI is a structured operating system built by the scientist that allows a machine to learn and make choices on its own. This is similar to the learning a human or animal might experience, though in nature it is usually described as an unstructured learning process. Machines designed with AI may be able to understand human language, operate equipment, or recognize sights or objects. The programmer uses scientific principles from mathematics, statistics, language, psychology, etc. to build a structured code capable of making decisions based on inputs of large amounts of data. The science of AI has experienced a resurgence in recent years, as computing power has allowed the rapid digestion of large amounts of information.
Satelytics' machine learning algorithms spot problems that your eyes miss.
Satelytics’ computer scientists have built an artificial
intelligence framework capable of processing large amounts of spectral data and analyzes it for conditions and constituents in your company's operating
Satelytics' metals analysis on water.
Our software can process data from satellites, aircraft, drones, and fixed cameras. Satelytics’ AI-powered spectral algorithms can monitor assets and look for problems that are commonly missed by the human eye. Our offerings include:
- High Consequence Areas
- Right-of-Way Changes
- Vegetation Issues: Tree Height, Tree Speciation, Vegetation Health
- Land Use Classification
- Encroachment Analysis
- Land Movement
- Wildfire Burn Scarring
- Hydrocarbon and Produced Water Liquid Leak Detection
- Methane Detection: Leaks and Flow Rate
- Water Quality
- Surface Water Temperature
- Nutrients in Water: Chlorophyll-a and Phosphorus
- Metals in Water: Arsenic, Barium, Copper, Iron, Manganese
- Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
- Cyanobacteria (Phycocyanin)
- Water Temperature
- Watershed Analysis: Total Phosphorus in Water and on Land
- Green Infrastructure Health and Vitality
Your company may have operations spread across long distances with production facilities in remote locations, or in environmentally sensitive high consequence areas. Let Satelytics’ science, applied with artificial intelligence, work for you!
Satelytics Inc., www.satelytics.com, 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 minimize cost, impact, and operational disruption for our clients.
For more information, contact David Dunham, email@example.com, (o) (419) 728 0060 extension #101, (c) (701) 213 0294.