Defence and Homeland Security
Geospatial Intelligence assists clients to enhance operational decision making with improved situational awareness. By fusing open source feeds with imagery intelligence, our team find solutions to complex problems. Our specialist technical expertise in the security domain identifies actionable intelligence. Services include tailored reporting for planning purposes or fast response to an emerging risk.
Whether it is a bushfire, cyclone, earthquake or flood, imagery and geospatial analysis is a crucial element in determining the extent of damage a crisis may cause. Geospatial information augments a user’s ability to strengthen public safety, identify risks, coordinate resources and shape the response to an emergency. Geospatial Intelligence’s imagery and geospatial analysis ensures clients are highly informed when formulating an emergency action plan and evacuation routes, or implementing a strategy to increase resilience against unexpected disasters.
The detection of unlawful fishing, oil spills and other illicit activity may require area monitoring or a quick reaction to a looming hazard. Geospatial Intelligence uses imagery, automatic identification systems and programmed detection algorithms to track vessels and report on their activity. Our services allow clients to enhance safety at sea and the protection of marine resources.
Imagery is often the best way to strategically monitor human impact. Geospatial Intelligence’s data and analytics services cover object feature extraction and spectral classification for vegetation mapping. Applications include carbon abatement projects, managing water quality, forest mapping, surveying urban areas, preserving heritage sites and monitoring offshore reefs. Our team assists our clients to protect and conserve the environment.
Engineering and Infrastructure
Geospatial Intelligence provides remotely sensed data which is used for interferometry and change detection on infrastructure projects. These are valuable tools for compliance monitoring for environmental and safety regulations.
Geospatial Intelligence sources data that can be used as efficient and effective tools to minimise cost and risk in the resources sector. Our team can detect subsidence, map geology, monitor site regeneration, plant growth and underperformance and assist with asset management. This can assist users in determining the feasibility of a venture, discovering areas of exploration, improving logistics, increasing harvest yield and quality, increasing safety, or adhering to environmental regulations.