SATIM has detected unusual changes in the TU-95 and TU-160 bomber’s SAR signatures using Umbra SAR imagery obtained from the Engels-2 military base in Russia. The characteristics of the signal reflections captured do not match the known geometry and material composition of the aircraft. This may indicate a new camouflage method adopted to protect these valuable aircraft from drone attacks.
Satim has secured $2 Million in their latest investor round to advance its AI-based, cutting-edge software, renowned globally for its automatic object detection, identification and classification capabilities anytime, anywhere using satellite SAR (synthetic aperture radar) imagery.
'Qiong Sansha Yu fishing vessels are CHINESE MARITIME MILITIA ships in disguise.' On June 16, 2023, SATIM, using Umbra satellite SAR imagery, automatically detected 14 ships from China's Qiong Sansha Yu fleet in disputed waters near Thitu (Pag-asa) Island, a significant island in the Spratly Islands archipelago held by the Philippines.
On the 22nd of May 2023 - Sparta IV the Russian cargo ship, suspected of arms shipments, was automatically detected, classified, and identified by SATIM's AI model on Sentinel-1 and Umbra SAR images in the Dardanelles Strait.
We are so proud to receive a place on the 2023 Global Top 100 GeoSpatial Companies list. Compiled by a fantastic team of judges for Geo Awesome. A great honour to be in such great company.
We are proud to announce that we are now working with ESA (European Space Agency) again on the PolSARPro functions to develop a new python library of selected polarimetric functionalities.
Satim has teamed with NLA International Ltd to foster our inaugural approach to the maritime surveillance market building on our shared passion for understanding and regenerating the seas and oceans.
Maritime logistics experienced a huge storm in 2020, which indicated the need to accelerate its digital transformation on many levels. The surge in trade after the first wave of the pandemic...
Fishing is a huge business that brings big economic benefits, while also having an important role to play in providing jobs and food security. The global seafood market is estimated to reach about...
The world drives over a third of its total energy production from oil. As a result, the countries that control the world’s oil reserves often have economic power.
Poland has a strong tradition of coal mining and coal-fired power. Coal was the basis of the country’s industrialization, and today coal-fired power still accounts for over 80 % of total electricity generation.
Recently, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published their Sixth Assessment on Climate Change, in which they present us with some rather grave news.