Safety Aspects of Geospatial Analytics

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Safety Aspects of Geospatial Analytics

Eliminate employee risk with the details at your fingertips.

  • Problem: Need for a safer, more successful working environment.
  • Solution: Equip field employees with the best data.
  • Benefit: Avoid risk, prevent disaster.

Any good CEO would argue that their employees come first. Leaders from industry giants are always looking for disruptive technologies, like satellite monitoring, to provide the best working environment and reduce risk for their people.

How can satellite monitoring benefit people? It all boils down to sending personnel only to threats that need their immediate attention and expertise rather than needlessly sending them scouting for problems.

Identifying the Threat

You can’t identify what you can’t see. Threats like 3rd party encroachments, land movements, vegetation, methane and liquids leaks, and various chemicals and constituents aren’t always easy to find. Satelytics’ machine learning algorithms have been trained with trillions of pixels of data to accurately identify constituents over vast areas.

Monitor Land Slips & Encroachments from Satelytics Inc. on Vimeo.

Locating the Incident

Geospatial data has two attributes that make it attractive for locating threats. The first is the ability to quickly survey large areas. Second, each pixel is defined with precise coordinates. Field teams can be sent to the exact location of an incident without searching blindly, thus minimizing drive time — which is a risk itself.

Timely Alerts

An alert isn’t useful if it comes a week or month late. Our Constant Vigilance™ algorithms process on the cloud and return results a few hours after sensor overpass. This minimizes risk by sending employees into a situation before it becomes a disaster.

I recently spoke with a prospective customer about this, and he laughed out loud! He told me he was accustomed to waiting days, and sometimes months, for his aerial monitoring results to be compiled!

Geospatial analytics can do the heavy lifting of routine monitoring and arm your people with the best intelligence — before they even leave the office.

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