Imagery intelligence analysis
Temporal analysis and change detection
Elevation products and feature extraction
Image classification and custom mapping
Network and hotspot analysis
Simulation, modelling and 3D databases
Motion imagery analysis
Digitisation of analogue datasets
Geospatial Intelligence specialises in sourcing very high-resolution satellite imagery and providing geospatial analytical services. We also develop value-added products that combine imagery with other data such as open source intelligence and satellite AIS to help find solutions for our customers.
In addition to optical and radar imagery processing services, we have expertise in the processing and analysis of multispectral, LiDAR, thermal, hyperspectral and short-wave infrared datasets.
Our highly skilled team use their detailed product knowledge and skills to help you identify the most appropriate products for your needs.
In addition to the services listed below, we can also provide basemaps, elevation data and reference layers. We also offer a range of software and subscription services that may assist you to run your own geospatial analysis. If you would like to establish an in-house capability, our team can support you with training, advisory and consulting services.
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Remote Sensing is a science that uses distant sensors mounted on satellites or airborne craft such as aeroplanes or UAV’s (often referred to as drones), to obtain information about places and objects. Sensors are used to detect and monitor reflected characteristics, like the red, green and blue light emitted. Technology innovations have made some sensors so advanced, that they can not only detect visual information, but they can also collect other characteristics by detecting and analysing the reflectance from different wavelengths or signals. Depending on the type of sensor used, information like temperature, composition, or even vegetation health can be determined from the data collected.
Interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) is a technique used to detect otherwise unnoticeable changes in surfaces or elevations using differences in the waves returning to the satellite. A comparison of two or more SAR images captured over the same area can be used to produce a map (interferogram) highlighting minute changes between the images over time.