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Simularity CEO To Speak At Pilipinas Conference 2020

“Philippines and the Indo-Pacific: Responding to the Emerging Regional Political-Security Environment”   25 November 2020 (Wednesday) | 8:30 AM – 12:20 PM Philippine Time Featuring Keynote by Hon. Delfin Lorenzana Secretary, Philippine Department of National Defense  Now on its fifth year, this annual event will again bring together thought leaders from the national and local government, …

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Simularity and AllSource Partner To Offer Vast Area Monitoring With Precision Geospatial Intelligence

Simularity, a Geospatial AI company, and AllSource Analysis, a provider of geospatial intelligence, have established a new partnership to combine Simularity’s automated vast area monitoring with the deep and scalable expertise from AllSource geospatial intelligence analysts. Simularity and AllSource are working together on Simularity’s South China Sea monitoring service. Simularity’s AI scans newly arrived Sentinel …

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Join Us on GIS Day – Nov 18, 2020

Simularity is teaming up with Esri to celebrate GIS Day on November 18, 2020. See some cool discoveries we’ve made with our AI Anomaly Detection software, ask us anything, and have a chance to win a prize valued at $100. See below for details. #GISDay has events happening around the world – some physical and …

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Using Free Low Resolution SAR and Optical Imagery To Detect Destruction

In this blog post we’ll demonstrate how relatively low cost and low resolution SAR imagery can help governments and other organizations monitor wide areas so that they can be alerted to significant events. On September 14, 2019, at approximately 4am local time in Eastern Saudi Arabia, a group of precise drone strikes attacked these oil …

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Advances in Change Detection and Continuous Land Monitoring Technology

Introduction The monitoring of large regions of the world for significant changes has been a challenge in the past due to insufficient imagery and timeliness of the data. Thanks to accelerated development of satellite sensor technology and the increasing frequency of launches of cubesats, nanosats, and proliferation of UAV/Drones and even smart phones, the problem …

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SAR Change Detection Detects Iraqi Camp Construction in 13 Seconds

The challenges in using satellite and drone imagery to detect unusual changes (using historical imagery) include: The frequency (cadence) of the images can be too infrequent Dependency on daytime images relatively free of cloud cover For more regular and consistent monitoring of areas around the world, a better solution would be to use more frequent …

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Using AI+SAR+Optical To Find The Invisible

Shining A Light On Illicit Activities Trying to hide your illicit activities by doing them at night? Not any more – AI+SAR+Optical  can be trained to track activity at night. Trying to hide your illicit activities under the canopy of trees?  Not any more. AI+SAR+Optical can be trained to see the texture and health of …

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Satellite Image Analysis Is Expanding: 3 Indicators

Analysis of satellite images is nothing new. Governments have used it to monitor other countries for decades. Hedge funds started to innovate by using satellite imagery to count cars in company parking lots to predict sales 15 years ago. But until recently, from a technology perspective, limited imagery, and the highly manual process of image …

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Military Facilities On Mischief Reef

It’s no secret that China is building massive military facilities on former reefs known as the Spratly Islands. But what exactly are they doing, and at what pace? Using Simularity’s Automatic Image Anomaly Detection System (AIADS), we can analyze a candidate image against a set of historical images, as the AI can learn from the …

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