Amman in Jordan captured by Satellogic Aleph-1 LEO Satellite constellation (Photo courtesy of Satellogic)
Amman in Jordan captured by Satellogic Aleph-1 LEO Satellite constellation.
Using Satellogic’s high-resolution satellite imagery, analysts can run object detection models, like building footprints, to automate analytics at scale.
Satellogic is a space company that builds and operates the first scalable, fully automated high-resolution Earth Observation satellite constellation in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). The platform, Aleph-1, consists of 300 spacecrafts and will have the ability to remap the entire planet at both high-frequency and high-resolution, providing accessible and affordable solutions for customers.
Like Planet and BlackSky LEO satellite operators, Satellogic is targeting patented satellite imaging applications in fields such as disaster response, oil and gas prospecting, infrastructure monitoring, forestry and agricultural crop assessment.
Satellogic’s current fleet can cover an area of more than 1.5 million square miles, or 4 million square kilometers, per day with high-resolution imagery.
The company was established in 2010 and is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has a satellite assembly facility in Montevideo, Uruguay, a R&D facility in Córdoba, Argentina, a data technology center in Barcelona, Spain, a product development center in Tel Aviv, Israel and business development centers in Miami, USA and Beijing in China.
On November 6th 2020, the first 10 commercial ÑuSat satellites were launched with a Long March 4B rocket operated by CGWIC from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in China. The satellites were nicknamed for 10 pioneering women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. CGWIC had been contracted by Satellogic to launch in total 90 CubeSats for the company.