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.
It was a year like no other. A global pandemic altered daily life for everyone. Here’s a month-to-month recap of changes we revealed from space in 2020.Read More
Ursa Space is monitoring a range of sectors using satellite-based, synthetic aperture radar (SAR), which provides all-weather, day/night capabilities. Here’s a quick look at 10 metrics representing the market areas of auto manufacturing, cold storage, oil & gas drilling, industrial rail,Read More
In the wake of COVID-19, our team has seen significant changes in activity levels at the Wuhan North Railway Station. Monitoring transportation hubs and manufacturing facilities for observable, physical activity can signal changes in economic activity.Read More