Mining Production Site Activity Monitoring

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Monitor Activity Patterns at Mining Sites

Make accurate forecasts for supply and demand of mined commodities and predict the commodities' price movements with  ICEYE  satellite SAR data.

The data enables generating reports which will help you to determine the activity patterns within the mining sites, see supply levels, and detect peaks and standstills in mining activities.

ICEYE satellite SAR data enables obtaining insights into the supply and demand for raw commodities at a specific moment in time and benefit traders who now can lower trading risks and have leverages for sales negotiations, and investors who can analyze the performance of specific mining sites and decide in which commodities they want to invest.


FREQUENT Monitoring of Mining Production Sites with SAR Satellites

ICEYE constellation of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) microsatellites enables monitoring of  areas of your interest. This persistent data stream cannot be interrupted neither by clouds nor by light conditions - thanks to radar imaging capacity to penetrate cloud cover and image at any time of the day. These technology features together with the ICEYE's approach to always put the customer's needs first, help traders and investors all around the world to make better decisions, more accurate forecasts, and get deeper insights into mined commodity supply and demand.  

You can benefit from commercial availability of the ICEYE SAR satellite constellation already today and ensure that your decisions are driven by the most reliable and timely information. 




  • Frequent all-weather and all-condition satellite monitoring of mining sites
  • Obtaining reports on mining activities, that can include: information on the amount of stored resources (e.g. stockpile), the number of train cars moved, the number of trucks and cars at parking slots, the number of mining equipment at the sites, etc.
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