Don't Be Picky, Be Data Agnostic

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Don't Be Picky, Be Data Agnostic

Satelytics can analyze data from a wide variety of sources.

Précis
  • Satelytics' algorithms are agnostic to the data source.
  • This makes us the only solution that automatically adapts to the future.
  • Pay for the data once, then analyze multiple business problems.

Unlike my picky kids at the dinner table, Satelytics' algorithms are not particular about the platform from which the data is captured. To date, our suite of 30+ algorithms has ingested over 670 trillion pixels of multispectral and hyperspectral data from drones, airplanes, satellites, fixed and vehicle-mounted cameras, and even stratospheric balloons. We refer to this as “data agnostic,” and it is something that drives our thoughtful development as a company. One set of data from any suitable platform can address multiple business challenges across your organization.

Satelytics' algorithms measure light reflectance (spectroscopy) on land, water, and in the air, detecting and quantifying the constituents of interest. While sensor technology continuously matures, what does not change is what they measure in the infrared spectrum, where Satelytics' algorithms work. This will continue to allow us to provide actionable alerts from any spectral source, making us truly data agnostic.

With the precision expected from a spectroscopic technique and the flexibility of ingesting data from any platform, large or small, our capabilities seek to maximize the reach of your monitoring program and wring every bit of value from its budget.

Vegetation management and encroachments in the ROW.

Vegetation management and encroachments in the ROW.

Don’t confine your data to one corner of your organization. Pay for it once, then put it to work solving challenges for multiple business groups, sharing the cost among many complementary business functions.

If your utility company possesses a strong drone program for inspecting transmission and distribution hardware, why not run analytics on the same data in parallel for vegetation management or predictive tools for land movements in the right-of-way (ROW)?

Industries served.

Industries served.

Or monitor for encroachments AND natural gas leaks in a distribution network with our new methane tool!

In the watershed management space, use satellite imagery to detect subaquatic vegetation and measure nutrient and sediment loading in a lake or river. Or obtain recurring change detections on reservoirs — like illegal docks, dam integrity, and shoreline erosions.

You can provide the data from your drone or conventional aerial inspection platform, or we can gather and process it ourselves…the outcome is savings provided to your company through loss of product prevention and minimized environmental consequences. All outcomes are important as ROW negotiations become more difficult.

Nutrient load and monitoring of illegal docks.

Nutrient load and monitoring of illegal docks.

Land movements in a ROW.

Land movements in a ROW.

More satellites, more drones, more cameras, more stratospheric balloons: all yield ever-increasing opportunities to gather data. Satellite revisit times specifically have decreased from weeks to days, to intraday, and are expected to be hours and minutes in the coming years. Our algorithms are built and already working in the cloud to offer solutions to our customers. Run one or a thousand algorithms from multiple platforms…the computing power is in place and ready to go.

Let us help your company with a data agnostic approach!

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 analyzed 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 ext.101,
(c) (701) 213-0294

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