At the heart of Satelytics’ software is our AI-driven algorithms. Our unique brand of geospatial analytics results in constant vigilance over our clients’ infrastructure, providing answers and solutions to their most pressing industrial challenges.
Miles of power utility distribution lines in the US
Typical annual spills cost for pipeline operators
Pipeline incident costs in the US in 2019
World population affected by arsenic in drinking water
Pipeline incidents reported in the US in 2019
We provide our customers with solutions that are
Focused. Proven. Accurate.
Science is our difference — processing more and more data fuels AI and its performance. This is illustrated by the vast number of pixels the satelytics.io engine ingests.
Key to ingesting such large volumes of data is the use of artificial intelligence. AI allows us to analyze data quickly, then provide accurate early warnings for our customers, minimizing negative outcomes.
Finding any event in its infancy, locating the source, and determining the extent of the risks are all critical steps in avoiding or minimizing costly consequences.
These consequences include loss of product or services, which directly impact your bottom line. Most corrective and remediation costs involve large sums of money, are impactful on the environment, and escalate dramatically with time.
How Our Skills, Software, and Services Benefit Your Organization
Early detection and alerts — with specifics about location and severity — minimize risk, eases environmental impacts, avoids escalating costs, and lessens the toll of public exposer. Satelytics directs you to the source of the problem with specificity, saving time and money, and directs valuable resources to where their expertise is critical to resolution.
methane pixels processed
What Our Customers Say
Earlier this year we announced our ambition to become a net zero company by 2050 or sooner, and to help the world get to net zero. As part of our ambition, one of our 10 aims relates to methane measurement at all of our major oil and gas processing sites by 2023 and reducing methane intensity of our operations by 50%. Advanced technologies such as Satelytics, integrating multiple approaches to efficiently detect emissions, have the potential to be a valuable tool that can support this work.David Hayes, Chief Operating Officer at BP Ventures
Satelytics is modernising the energy sector by making data about physical assets more accessible and digestible, leading to better decision making.Morag Watson, Senior Vice President of Digital Science and Engineering at BP
The Satelytics capability to deliver timely, accurate and insightful data are absolutely key to support the industry changes that are coming as the energy markets transition to the new net zero world. Their unique ability to monitor and detect methane leaks, pollution on water and land, as well as vegetation changes for the carbon offset market will ensure they maintain a leadership position in the global geospatial analytics marketSteve Saunders, CEO of GEOi ltd
Satelytics provides a unique an innovative approach at data analysis. The use of satellite imagery as an analytical tool allows us to peer into the past, evaluate changes over time, and provides cost savings over development of complicated and expensive models.Maverick James Raber, Manager, Environmental Sciences at Duke Energy
I am amazed at quality and fidelity of the data delivered by Satelytics across our areas of concern. Their technology is unlike anything I’ve seen at BP. It helped us save a tremendous amount of time and man hours and gave us a more complete picture than any other data software I’ve used.Dr. James Chatham, Technology Specialist in Aqueous Geochemistry at BP
Satelytics' invaluable analysis of satellite imagery helps us ensure that we are confident in the results. It’s a huge cost savings in comparison to field sampling or traditional modeling.Robin Richards, Principal at Ramboll
This new technology allows my team and me to automate analysis tasks; we get info quicker which allows us to act on it.Joshua Beard, GIS Supervisor at Marathon Pipe Line
Prior to your analysis we were restricted to photopoints on the ground. Your results allowed us a lake-wide perspective. Your analysis contributed to our assessment and communications that the water quality of Lake Britton was improved by our deep water release.Edward Cheslak, Senior Consulting Scientist at a Major Western Power Utilities Company