We are a U.S.-based satellite intelligence company that provides business and government decision-makers access to on-demand analytic solutions. Through our radar satellite network and data fusion expertise, Ursa detects real-time changes in the physical world to expand transparency. Our subscription and custom services enable you to access satellite imagery and analytic results with no geographic, political, or weather-related limitations.
Giving you the most that global intelligence data has to offer
The Ursa platform unleashes the power of the world’s largest virtual radar satellite constellation combined with advanced AI and data fusion for unparalleled all weather, day/night decision advantage. We make it easy for you to access the best technology in a usable way. Our unique event detection service empowers the end user to be the first to know about changes in the world.
Keep track of your world in 5 steps
Keeping track of the world’s events is no easy task, and doing it yourself is even harder. We have distilled the process down to 5 core steps, making Ursa’s constellation of satellites ready to take a snapshot of your most valued projects.
With all the excitement surrounding the SAR community, it would be easy to assume that the underlying technology must be new, but that assumption would be incorrect. In this blog, we provide a quick history of SAR’s early days.
Ursa Space is supporting the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) by leveraging the unique ability of its space systems to deliver insights on the world’s energy market through a multi-year option contract for GEOINT data services.
After years of major capital investment, the number of active SAR satellites has begun to grow exponentially, thanks in part to the commercial rocket industry making it easier to hitch a ride to space.
Ursa Space's Daniela Moody and Daniel Baruch were guests recently on the Alternative Data Podcast. In the episode, they discussed with host Mark Fleming-Williams how data derived from synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is being used to help make sense of the physical world.
Amazon is expected to deliver a record-shattering fourth quarter when earnings are released early next year. Instead of waiting, however, you can track Amazon’s performance in near real-time through an activity index that we derived using satellite radar imagery.