Recently listed on the US-based NASDAQ stock exchange, Satellogic Inc. (NASDAQ:SATL) is a leader in sub-meter resolution Earth Observation (“EO”) data collection.
“Satellogic’s objective is to have over 200 satellites in orbit by 2025, and they are seen as the technology disruptors,” Nova Systems Geospatial National Sales Lead, Garry Farmer, said.
“They have their sights firmly locked on being number one in the market, by aiming to be more flexible, price competitive and feature superior.
“We are thrilled to be the founding Australian EO data provider for Nova Systems, offering Australian and New Zealand customers access to the best available satellite imagery and data for a more timely, scalable perspective of the world around them,” said Greg Frey, Global Director of Channel Sales.
“The company’s ethos makes them appealing to work with. They’re on a mission to improve accessibility and affordability of geospatial data to help solve the world’s most pressing problems, including safety and security.”
The platform compliments Nova Systems Geospatial’s existing technology offerings and allows the company to offer advanced situational awareness to Australian and New Zealand clients into the future.
"We are thrilled to be the founding Australian partner and provide our Australian and New Zealand clients access to the best available satellite imagery and data to help them to see the world around them and aid in decision-making"
Greg Frey, Global Director of Channel Sales, Satellogic
Founded in 2010 and now with 22 operational satellites in orbit, Satellogic is the first company to offer clients a dedicated satellite constellation providing the highest resolution imagery available at 70cm.
Their satellites are backed by a market-leading cloud infrastructure and dedicated ground stations, delivering global insights to defence and intelligence, government and commercial clients.
The company designs, manufactures, and operates its own fleet of spacecraft, the Aleph-1 constellation, which delivers high-frequency, high-resolution multispectral and hyperspectral imagery including up to 60 seconds of full-motion video.
Satellogic is creating a live catalogue of Earth, to deliver daily updates for a more complete picture of our planet and how it’s changing.