While many solar installations require a site visit, Pylon is pleased to announce the launch of its new 3D-shading simulation tool which can accurately predict solar energy output. Pylon does this using high-resolution aerial imagery and 3D shade modelling.
Imagery, earth imaging and remote sensing
Maxar collected new satellite images yesterday and today of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with its Cargo Dragon capsule at SLC 39A in the Kennedy Space Center. Today’s WorldView-3 high resolution view shows the rocket at the launch pad approximately 70 minutes before its successful launch today (3 June).
CARMERA’s new Inventory Map helps consumer and HD maps stay up-to-date by providing a live feed of road changes. Part of CARMERA’s Change-as-a-Service suite, Inventory Map helps make navigation safer for autonomous and human drivers.
MARKHAM, Ontario, Canada, June 01, 2021 – CATALYST, a PCI Geomatics brand, is collaborating with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to take satellite-based earth observation intelligence to the mainstream business community via AWS Cloud. The CATALYST-AWS collaboration will deliver actionable geoscience analytics to users with any level of technical expertise.
AARSCHOT, Belgium, 1 June 2021 – Calculating and reporting stockpile inventories are now easier and faster in the latest version of the Virtual Surveyor drone surveying software. Virtual Surveyor Version 8.2 allows users to accurately calculate stockpile volumes in drone imagery with just a few mouse clicks and then generate a professional PDF report detailing material […]
The global innovation competition will award the best algorithms that address challenges in EO analytics
MARKHAM, Ontario, Canada and Cape Town, South Africa, 10 May 2021 – CATALYST, a PCI Geomatics brand, has delivered an automated workflow for the South African National Space Agency’s (SANSA) Earth Observation Department to convert decades of SPOT satellite imagery to CARD4L Analysis Ready Data (ARD). The scalable workflow enables SANSA to prepare its entire SPOT […]
Company Continues Constellation Expansion to Increase Capacity for First-to-Know Insights
Maxar collected new satellite imagery (May 4, 2021) of the aftermath of the passenger train derailment that occurred on Monday night in southeastern Mexico City. According to media reports, a passenger train traveling along an elevated track derailed after a concrete overpass collapsed. At least 23 people were killed and 80 others were injured. In […]
Validated with ICESat-2 Laser Data