Monitor infrastructure in your city, region and county and be immediately notified about any changes in infrastructure integrity and stability with ICEYE satellite SAR data.
Infrastructure, such as buildings, dams and bridges, are subject to aging and ground deformation caused by both natural (e.g. soil compaction) and anthropogenic factors (e.g. tunnelling activities). To prevent the risk of breakdown, persistent monitoring strategy and data-driven maintenance are required.
Frequent monitoring of urban areas allows to notice changes in infrastructure integrity and stability. Radar satellite data is the key to receiving up-to-date information about built infrastructure and construction sites activities, as well as map all the illegally-built or destructed facilities.
With radar satellite data, it is possible to define the instability risk for infrastructure, such as bridges, dams and buildings. Radar satellite data is a reliable tool for detecting ground displacement that may cause infrastructure collapses. Information derived from the radar satellite frequent monitoring and daily detection of ground changes is especially valuable for risk management, since it enables to prevent or significantly reduce fatal consequences of infrastructure breakdown due to an early warning.
Radar satellite data is also useful after collapse events. That data provides accurate estimations on destruction extent, assisting rescue groups and government authorities in making safe and data-driven decisions while taking mitigation measures.
ICEYE continues to grow its current SAR satellite constellation capacity with the objective to provide daily interferometry and coherent change detection anywhere on Earth with a 24h ground track repeat. This breaks existing barriers in collecting SAR imagery stacks for InSAR analysis, bringing the collection time down with every new satellite in the ICEYE constellation. Since 2018, ICEYE has launched commercially available SAR satellites, and the company will continue to increase the size of the commercial constellation every year.