Satellite-based L-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) analysis to locate water underground
The company is specialized in satellite-based L-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) analysis to locate water underground.
The company developed a new analytical product that uses 2 or more satellite images, acquired at different times over the same area and processes multiple (leaks) points of interest (clusters).
The result is presented as a decision-support tool over a Geographical Information System or map.
- The technique uses L-Band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data, which is non-intrusive and requires no capital investment or device installation.
- This is the only company in the world that provides such a solution through satellite imagery.
- This device led to more than 20,000 leaks verified, saving customers 5,500 million gallons a year.
Potential Partners: The company is looking for a partner under distribution services agreement. The distributor should be an active supplier in the areas of interest with access to end customers.
Germany, France, Austria, Russia, Ukraine.
Markets that need solutions for liquidity detection and water loss.
Year of establishment: 2013
No. of employees: 30