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.
Introducing: Ursa Dashboards
In an age of media and information services, accurate and detailed information are keystones for decision makers and influencers alike. Ursa's event detection dashboards place near real-time satellite data driven analytic results in the hands of our clients. Not only is the data updated regularly but they are interactive, intuitive, and allow for visualization of location based analytics on a single screen. Our clients make fast decisions based on trends and are alerted of anomalies. It's not all about the data though, our dashboards also dig deep into the data to tell a story or provide timely insights.
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.
Over the years, we have discussed how synthetic aperture radar (SAR) can provide valuable ground-truth information not available elsewhere. We provide a list of 26 examples drawn from our previous work.
Data derived from satellite imagery can offer fresh clues about the relative economic conditions in China, Europe and the US. The standings of these economies have emerged as a key issue in 2020, driven by the winding global path of the coronavirus outbreak.
Six years ago, Adam Maher took a huge risk on an idea he believed in: making synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellites and their stand-apart abilities more available to commercial and government customers. Ursa Space has since grown from his parents’ basement to one of the 10 Hottest false
A SAR image doesn’t always conform to the Google Earth-type satellite imagery we are used to. Its value lies elsewhere, in the multi-dimensional information (e.g. speed, direction, distance, presence) that can be unlocked if SAR analysis is done correctly.
In this story map, we provide a damage assessment of the September 14th attack on an oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia in 2019. How quickly could Saudi Aramco repair the Abqaiq processing facility? Will exports be slashed? How much crude does Aramco have in inventory? How long will false
The satellite industry is providing imagery that is more accessible, prolific, reliable and affordable compared with just a few years ago, at an ever-quickening pace. In this blog, Ursa Space reveals 8 observations on the hardware side of the business.
In the lifetime of Ursa Space’s Oil Storage Product, we have measured approximately 1.7 million tanks, totaling 389 billion barrels of crude oil. That’s more oil than the world consumes over a 10 year period. How do we measure inventories? And can the same technique be applied to solve false
Ursa Space analyzed two major dam collapses in Brazil using satellite imagery. In both incidents, involving the Fundão Dam (2015), also known as the Mariana dam collapse, and the Brumadinho Dam (2019), a tailings dam suffered a catastrophic failure, unleashing a toxic flood of waterwater false
AFWERX, the catalyst for fostering innovation within the U.S. Air Force, announced Ursa Space as one of the top 26 participating teams out of 809 total teams selected from across the globe competing in the EngageSpace challenge.