Earth Observation satellites are used by utilities all over the world to increase their risk awareness and digitalise their operations. But what kind of data can satellites provide, and what are the most common use cases?
This is a question that many customers ask us. And, like all good questions, there’s no simple answer to that.
Many power, gas and water utilities are reviewing their asset monitoring strategy in order to move from calendar-based inspections and O&M actions to risk and condition-based ones. In this journey, the digitalization of asset data is key.
Spottitt has been selected to work on the South Australia’s Department for Infrastructure and Transport
Spottitt is proud to be selected by the Department for Infrastructure and Transport – South Australia (DIT) to deliver a new solution to inspect and maintain roads at scale.
Spottitt has been selected by the Cleantech Group to speak at the Cleantech Forum Europe, to be held on March the 30th and 31st in Edinburgh. During the “Innovation Showcase: Ones to Watch”, Lucy Kennedy, co-founder and CEO, will talk about the power of Earth Observation to provide infrastructure owners with better insights at scale, […]
Spottitt and National Grid Electricity Transmission granted Ofgem funding for project to accelerate network innovation through the use of satellite data
Spottitt and National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET) have been granted Strategic Innovation Funding by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) to deliver the Discovery Phase of the Eye in the Sky project in support of network innovation that contributes to the achievement of net zero, while delivering real benefits to network consumers.