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More than the eye can see!

We offer a wide range of Data Analysis and Visualisation consultancy services and capabilities.

Satellites capture far more information than is visible to the naked human eye. Infra-red and hyperspectral bands and SAR (synthetic aperture radar) operate well beyond the visible spectrum. You might be surprised by what intelligence we can gather and what we can infer from space data.

Post-processing and stunning visualisations can reveal insights that at first sight seem lost in the chaos of data. Making sense out of the chaos is our specialism. And it’s a skill that isn’t just limited to space data. Often deeper insights can be inferred by correlating data from space with data from other sources.

“Every problem has a space solution.” We want to know about your problem. Get in touch and give us your challenge. We will give you a free quote.

Data services consultancy

Data Science Analysis
Data Science Analysis

From creating new datasets to advanced machine learning techniques, our team of data scientists will help you understand what insights can help aid decision making

Time Series
Time Series

Time marches on so they say, and everything changes over time. Tracking geospatial change over time, and being able to visualise that change brings insight into many domains, from land use and environmental monitoring to construction or social demographics. Our toolkits can help you to pick out the changes that really matter.

Before and After
Before and After

Did you see that! The ability to compare images or data from before and after an event sheds light on where and what change has happened.

Data Visualisation
Data Visualisation

We can help you to visualise your data or we can undertake complex visualisation analysis, in order to gain actionable intelligence from data

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Earth observation

Astrosat can help you to understand how satellite data can be used to enhance your understanding of a problem

Examples of the kind of work we do

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Coastal Erosion
Data to examine how the coastal areas of Scotland are eroding over time, data updated on a regular basis
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Land Deformation
Data from sentinel showing land movement over time, data updated on a regular basis
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Algae Blooms
Explore time sensitive blooms in Algae which affect O2 levels and bioculture
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Wildfire Recovery
Using Multispectral and vegetation indices we can measure the extent of wildfire burn scarring, track habitat recovery, and correlate vegetation proliferation with soil moisture content over time to help land managers gain global insight of their area of interest with high frequency updates from remote locations.
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Building Construction
Detecting construction sites from satellite data and classifying them by construction progress using advanced data-analytics algorithms and machine intelligence, this feature can be applied in a variety of domains, from local authority planning control to monitoring remote protected parkland areas.
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Soil Moisture
How wet is the ground under our feet? Soil moisture content can be significant in many situations. From stability for construction, to the health and wellbeing of a natural environment, or fire risk and flood risk. And because it can vary over time monitoring soil moisture can be critical to anticipating potential dangers.
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Fuel Poverty
Our Local Fuel Poverty model estimates the number of households which suffer from fuel poverty in local areas across Great Britain. Proprietary algorithms combine thermal imagery gathered from space together with optical imagery in our advanced machine-learning blender to predict where households may be in difficulty. This helps decision makers to target much needed help to local communities
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Social Isolation
Alone in a crowd? Human isolation is a pandemic consequence of the Covid 19 crisis. People want to re-engage, but where to start! That’s why we developed our indices of Social Isolation and Geographical Isolation, and wrapped them up in our Isolation Plus application on our Orbis platform. Finding the cold-spots provides a way in for caring organisations that want to help.
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Volcano
In the aftermath of a major volcanic eruption safety concerns make it difficult if not impossible for response agencies to understand what is going on and intervene appropriately. Satellite imagery and analysis can provide critical insight into the behaviour of lava and pyroclastic flow, while changes in elevation data from synthetic aperture radar can help to highlight potential new eruption points.
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Storm Track
Damage caused by tropical storms is significantly reduced by pre-emptive action. Improved forecasting of storm-track and potential landfall helps agencies to focus efforts where they will be most effective in reducing storm impacts. An ensemble of various forecasts from different agencies helps planners consider and prepare for a range of scenarios.
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Forest
Our forests are the lungs of the world. But they are under constant threat from unregulated clearing of trees to make way for agriculture, cattle, plantations, not to mention various criminal activities. The bigger the forest the more important it is to protect it, but also the more difficult it is to monitor. Satellite surveillance is the ideal tool for keeping an eye on these vast but remote natural resources.
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Rice
Using data gathered through satellite imagery we can help organisations and individuals manage their crop production, ensuring the crops are hydrated adequately and growing steadily. With the insight gathered from space we can add other information such as ground sensors and accurate weather forecasting to enhance yield in food production helping to solve access to food issues.
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Minerals
Analysis of mineral deposits from satellites provides an efficient way of identifying potential sites for further in-depth investigation. Using a variety of techniques applied to optical satellite data - such as from Landsat 8 and Sentinel 2 - including band ratios, dimensionality reduction, and spectral analysis, geological features associated with particular mineral deposits as well as specific minerals present on the surface can be identified.

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