Satellite Imagery

for Energy

Manage assets, plan new infrastructure and analyse markets

Regular monitoring with very high resolution satellites is a smart and cost-effective way to keep an eye on your (and your competitors’) assets, explore new operations and prove compliance. The ability to integrate with off-the-shelf and custom software proves crucial for energy providers and analysts around the globe.
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Detailed Analysis

Very high resolution satellite imagery is clear enough to show infrastructure details such as small pipes and peices of equipment. This allows precise monitoring of on-site assets. It is ideal for:

  • Monitoring Righ of Way encroachment
  • Equipment inventory
  • Calculating reserve stocks
  • Assessing damages
  • Analysing infrastructure worldwide
  • Optimising on-site inspections

Impact Analysis

The WorldView constellation has more spectral diversity and better spatial resolution than any other fleet of satellites – allowing you to see more of what is actually happening on your land. A near-infrared (NIR) image like this one shows the healthy vegetation as red, and is sensitive enough to discriminate between types of plants, their stage of maturity, and changes in plant health before they are visible to the human eye. This enables vegetation encroachment monitoring and environmental impact analysis for compliance purposes.

Other multispectral band combinations can identify material composition, see through smoke, gauge water depth and much more.

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RESPOND TO CHANGE

VHR satellite images can be used in software utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) to automatically detect and analyse changes. This rapidly growing technology offers “off-the-shelf” solutions for a number of applications including infrastructure asset monitoring. The ability to remotely monitor Third Party Encroachment (TPE) along energy corridors with a high level of detail, accuracy and automation saves asset managers precious time and resources when organizing on-site inspections.

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The definitive guide to acquiring and using satellite imagery in the energy industry.

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