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Boosting a safer future
Bringing imagery to life to improve disaster risk reduction and emergency response
An emergency service that can help you save lives
We live in a constantly changing world where a quick response often makes all the difference.
In an emergency situation, access to accurate information before, and as soon as possible after, a disaster is a matter of life and death.
We provide you with accurate, scientific-quality imagery in as little as 30 minutes through our 24/7 emergency service, helping you make reliable decisions for impact mitigation and emergency response under time pressure. So, when you’re coordinating emergency response and combating the effects of a disaster, you can make better-informed decisions to help you save lives.
Responding to Indonesia's earthquake and tsunami
A deadly earthquake and tsunami hit the Indonesian city of Palu, in the island of Sulawesi, causing over 2,000 deaths, a number expected to rise as hopes of finding survivors among the thousands of people feared buried fade.
GEOSAT’s satellites activated its emergency service and captured the devastating aftermath of this disaster.
The Palu Bridge collapsed and the Masjid Apung (Floating Mosque) was damage and isolated by water..
Petobo district, south of Palu’s airport, is another large area where mud drowned and wiped away hundreds of buildings and houses.
Liquefaction is thought to have occurred in the village of Jono Oge, Sigi Regency, too. The main road, right foreground, was cut off and swept away by a large amount of mud.
Emergency services to fight wildfires
Wildfires ravaged parts of Europe, Canada and the United States on summer seasons, setting new records, as hot, dry temperatures and fires become the new normal.
Greece's deadly wildfires
Greece suffered from its worst wildfires in a decade in July 2018. More than 80 people died, thousands were evacuated, and more than 1,500 homes were damaged, when a fire razed the small resort of Mati, about 28 kilometers (17 miles) east of Athens.
GEOSAT satellites were the first providers of satellite imagery in an exploitable format to the Hellenic Military Geographic Service.
GEOSAT 2 Images of Mati, Greece, captured before and after a wildfire ravaged the area
California's Mendocino Complex Fire
California suffered from its largest wildfire on record: the Mendocino Complex Fire. This devastating blaze burnt for more than a month and consumed over 400,000 acres.
GEOSAT satellites launched a speculative campaign and monitored its evolution.
GEOSAT 1 Images of Mendocino Natural Park, California after the Mendocino Complex Wildfire ravaged the area
Flooding damage assessment and recovery
Following unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season, severe floods affected the south Indian state of Kerala. It was the worst flooding in this region in nearly a century with nearly 500 casualties.
Flooding in Kerala, India
Dependable insights directly onto your app or desktop
Having access to the most up-to-date information in an accessible, user-friendly format is essential when it comes to coordinating local authorities.
It allows everyone to be as responsive and proactive as possible, through the whole disaster management cycle: from mitigation and preparedness to response and recovery.
We deliver imagery within 30 minutes of acquisition, so you can make reliable decisions to mitigate emergency situations fast.
24/7 emergency service
Our 24/7 emergency service is always standing by to deliver the information you need within 30 minutes.
Frequently updated images.
Our wide range of agile, multi-sensor satellites and multi-spectral, multi-resolution imagery means we can ensure very high revisit frequency.
Informing your actions throughout the disaster management cycle.
Life-saving insights. From the exosphere to your desk in 30 minutes.
Did you know?
We support the Copernicus Emergency Mapping Service (EMS).
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We can deliver analysis-ready data within 30 minutes of collection.
Unlocking Earth Observation's full potential.
We work with our partners, using our high-quality imagery and analytics expertise to extract insights that help you make the right decisions.
Our accurate, scientific-quality imagery forms the foundation of our best-in-class services.
We bring imagery to life by applying analytics to extract insights that matter to you.
We go beyond imagery, revealing the insights that help you make better-informed decisions, for a better world.
What our customers say.
“GEOSAT satellites data were supportive in utilising remote sensing for identifying potential conflict pollution hotspots in Iraq ahead of ground verification”
Wim Zwijenburg, Programme Leader Humanitarian Disarmament at PAX
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