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The Ultimate Guide for Satellite-Derived Analytics

Understanding satellite imagery and its use for asset monitoring needs, satellite data sources and providers, machine learning and AI for geospatial analysis, most common use cases, getting started with satellite-based geospatial analytics and much more.

This comprehensive guide serves as a roadmap to harnessing the power of satellite data for more efficient operations and enhanced network safety. Explore the various facets of satellite-derived geospatial analytics and discover how it can revolutionize your O&M activities today.

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Writing to Utility Databases from Space: Podcast with The Geospatial Index

Every year, £260B of avoidable damage and disruption happens to the UK’s utility systems .This episode is a story of entrepreneurship helping utilities reduce losses by enabling satellites to write risk assessments directly to a company's asset monitoring system.

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Satellites vs Drones Battle: Webinar

Learn advantages and limitations of satellite and drone technology. Gain deeper insights into the future of critical infrastructure monitoring and make informed decisions for keeping your assets safe and resilient, today.

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Mythbusting Satellites For Utilities: Webinar

Is it too expensive, and only for large organizations? Is resolution enough for my asset monitoring needs? How does the outcome analysis look, and is it possible to integrate it with other resources? Watch this episode to get answers to this and more.

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Advancing Methane Monitoring: The Role of Earth Observation in Reducing Emissions

The panel discussion on ‘Collaborative Approaches to Methane Monitoring’ by The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies. Will the regulations be future-proof, will they allow for the inclusion of EO, and is there a technology to meet the energy sector needs?

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Spottitt Provides a Solution to Automatically Detect Changing Conditions on the NSW Road & Rail Network

Spottitt became Finalist in Transgrid’s Challenge for real-time insights for company’s easement route planning and Champion for Transport for NSW Challenge for tracking safety of roads and railways using satellite data.

The New South Wales network includes 6,800 route kilometres of operational rail lines and 17,600 km of state roads and highways.

TfNSW has identified Earth Observation satellites as a valuable addition to the monitoring technologies currently deployed and was looking for innovation to automatically detect changing conditions of network and potential risk modelling.

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Deciding Between Satellites and Drones for Geospatial Data Collection: A Comparative Analysis

In recent times, the landscape of asset monitoring has witnessed a transformative shift with the emergence of advanced technologies, particularly satellite and drone systems.

The utilization of Earth observation satellites for monitoring purposes began gaining momentum in the late 20th century. Free government programs, such as those initiated by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA), played a pivotal role in providing open access to satellite imagery. These programs not only facilitated scientific research but also allowed industries to leverage satellite data for monitoring critical infrastructure and environmental changes.

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Spottitt to Collaborate with Transgrid and Transport for NSW

Spottitt has been selected by Transport for NSW and Transgrid to apply satellite-based and AI-powered technology to automatically detect changing conditions in the NSW road and rail network and to provide real-time insights for Transgrid’s easement route maintenance and planning, respectively.

These projects will be conducted within the GRAVITY Challenge 06 program led by Deloitte Australia, an initiative that brings together start-ups, scale-ups, entrepreneurs and universities to address real industrial and environmental problems using space data. The Collaborate Phase will continue until mid-March 2024.

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Weathering the Storm: Climate Change Threats to Power Grid Infrastructure

As our global climate continues to undergo profound transformations, the challenges posed by climate change are increasingly felt across various sectors of society, including critical infrastructure.

Climate change, characterized by rising temperatures, increased occurrences of extreme weather events, and shifting precipitation patterns, have exposed vulnerabilities within power networks. Often designed under the assumptions of historical climate patterns, now they are increasingly susceptible to the new normal of extreme weather, prolonged heat waves, and more severe freezing.

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InSAR Analysis and Corner Reflector Experiments for Infrastructure Stability Monitoring Using Sentinel-1 Imagery

National Grid Energy Transmissions (NGET), which owns and maintains the high-voltage electricity transmission network in England and Wales, conducts invasive analysis annually to monitor the towers most at risk of movement. Moreover, the NGET inspection teams perform annual line walking activities and monthly substation inspections during which they visually assess the presence of asset motion. These interventions are crucial to avoid issues which may cause expensive assets replacements or reconstruction. It costs NGET over £6 million per year to monitor only 1% of their most at risk assets.

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Utilizing Satellite Data to Mitigate Pipeline Failures and Risks

The operation of oil and gas transmission pipelines entails inherent risks associated with the potential for unintentional product releases. Oil and gas product releases have traditionally been treated as safety issues due to the risk of explosions and asphyxiation, but increasingly, the environmental impact of unintentional product releases is fast becoming the key risk to be reduced and avoided via Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs.

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