Very-high resolution satellite imagery can be a powerful tool for monitoring the impact of environmental disasters. In this particular case, we have utilised 1.5m imagery which was captured pre and post fire. By applying remote sensing techniques, this multispectral satellite imagery provides an opportunity to investigate fire behaviour, drought, fire intensity and land management.
One of the many potential applications of remotely-sensed data from commercial very high-resolution satellite sources is that of change detection. The ability to quickly and accurately detect changes on the Earth’s surface is critical for understanding interactions between humans and our natural or urban environments. Remote sensing techniques that utilise very-high resolution satellite imagery have […]
Could you track where you have been in the past 17 days? In light of the Covid-19 pandemic and the heightened interest in cruise liners, the team at Geospatial Intelligence Pty Ltd have been tracking cruise ship vessels within Australian waters using exactEarth® ShipView. Every AIS transmitting vessel globally viewable on exactEarth® ShipView Satellite Automatic […]
The team at Geospatial Intelligence Pty Ltd are pleased to share the news that we have named as finalists in 5 categories for the Space Connect Australian Space Awards to be held in March. Our team were grateful to receive numerous nominations and would like to thank those in the industry for recognizing us in […]
Australian space company, Geospatial Intelligence, has entered into a worldleading partnership, delivering up to date state-wide, very high-resolution satellite image mosaics to the New South Wales Government, which will assist in analysing drought and bushfire affected areas. Geospatial Intelligence Pty Limited, who are specialists in the provision and analysis of very high-resolution imagery; have partnered […]
15 years ago, Geospatial Intelligence Pty Ltd founder and CEO, Rob Coorey, had a vision to “Assist clients to collect, analyse and interpret, location-based information that could support them in their decision-making processes”. Today Rob leads a core team, plus consulting experts and researchers, that have turned this vision into a reality. Rob has a […]
Australian Prime Minister, Hon Malcolm Turnbull, admires the digital displays at the new Sir John Monash Centre in Villers-Bretoneux, including a topographic map of the surrounding area produced by EyeCandy Animations with base imagery provided by Geospatial Intelligence. This project was supported by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, and raw imagery was provided by DigitalGlobe. […]
Tuesday 20 March 2018 Today, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Defence Industry, launched the 2018 Australian Military Sales Catalogue at Parliament House. Geospatial Intelligence CEO, Rob Coorey, attended the event in recognition of the company’s inclusion in the catalogue. Companies listed in the catalogue needed to satisfy a number of criteria, including: the […]