Satellite images are incredibly powerful tools for organisations to better understand the world around them. New satellite systems are being launched that are capable of generating higher quality data more quickly than ever before. But limitations in bandwidth mean only a small fraction of the data that could be collected and turned into useful information is returned to the ground.
This is where we come in.
We are building Space Edge - an onboard computer for Earth observation satellites that processes images on the satellite as they are collected. We use a mixture of old school remote sensing techniques and modern AI techniques to process raw image data into information, reducing the size of images. This can result in a reduction of 20-1000 times while retaining all the desired information of the original raw image. This helps overcome the bandwidth problem, creating benefits in cost, flexibility, and lead time for services derived from satellite images.