3rd Party Work and Change Detection
Spot unsolicited third-party intervention close to your critical infrastructure and prevent the risk of its injury and disruption
Monitor Risky Objects and Activities Within Assets Safety Corridor
To maintain the safety and reliability of critical infrastructure like utility pipelines, power transmission and distribution lines, and transportation networks, monitoring change, third-party work and risky objects in the area is crucial.
Third-party encroachment monitoring is necessary to identify such activities as construction work and machinery, new buildings, storage of materials and equipment, digging and excavation, human activities or other unauthorised hazards.
Such activities can violate both overhead and underground assets, which is why asset owners should ensure they are performed at a safe distance to secure the infrastructure’s integrity and sustainable maintenance.
Ignoring preventive surveillance to identify threatening activities can have severe consequences for asset owners and operators, including substantial repair costs and associated expenses, service disruption, and environmental and public safety damage.
The challenge is that power grids, gas and water pipelines, and other infrastructure assets are often spread over vast distances of thousands of kilometres, making it impossible to accurately, regularly, and cost-effectively inspect the area, especially in hard-to-access places.
Reduce Asset Faults, Maximise ROI
Spottitt’s 3rd Party Work and Change Detection platform uses high-resolution satellite imagery and advanced machine learning algorithms to effectively identify encroachments and changes that may violate infrastructure
By prompt and accurate detection of dangerous activities, utilities and infrastructure operators can take corrective action to prevent damage to their assets, minimise the risk of accidents or disruptions, and enhance their operational efficiency.
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Spottitt is known for utilising satellite data to offer infrastructure owners valuable insights into the diverse external risks affecting their assets. But how precisely do we derive these insights from satellite imagery? The answer is – machine learning, and today we’re inviting you behind the curtains of our product to unveil the whole process.
As more organizations turned to Spottitt for monitoring growing numbers of assets, we recognized that the traditional geospatial platform’s map view, which was effective for small-scale monitoring, became cumbersome when dealing with larger datasets. So, we embarked on the development of Spottitt Metrics Factory. Since its beta launch in late 2022, ten organizations from around the world have been delighting in the ability to view and interact with their asset monitoring data using the product.
Satellite-derived analytics is rapidly gaining ground as an essential tool for monitoring and managing risks in the power, utility, and infrastructure industries. It has been recognised as a key tool to improve safety, reliability, and optimal performance of critical assets by providing insights into their health, risks, and other key operational parameters.