By its nature social media provides live, eye-witness, reporting. We harness this real-time data to augment our other image capture processes.

This reporting is particularly abundant during a major situation, with local populations and visitors providing live commentary and materials.

We have developed a robust, highly effective process of disaster intelligence acquisition, using social media, that bolsters our core visual and radar methods. This process adds an extra dimension to our core data capture capabilities, enabling us to rapidly establish a considerably broader and more verified visual reach.

We automatically gather all feeds relating to a major event or designated location whilst our analysts conduct manual searches for footage from various online sources including; YouTube, media and other video or image hosting websites. By applying our geospatial expertise we are then able to ascertain precise information relating to affected properties and locations and incorporate the findings as part of our large scale remote sensing operations.

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Geospatial Insight was established in 2012 by a team of highly experienced Geospatial experts to address a gap in the market for delivering actionable business intelligence sourced from satellite imagery.

Today the company has an enviable market position as one of the leading providers of geospatial intelligence in the World.

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