InSAR stands for Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar. Satellites record images of the earth’s surface, and these images can be combined to show wide area, slow deformation patterns on the ground. InSAR Monitoring is a proven technique for mapping ground movements using radar images from satellites in low earth orbit.
Analyse and predict subsidence behavior with InSAR Monitoring.
InSAR stands for Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar. Satellites record images of the earth’s surface, and these images can be combined to show subtle movements of the ground surface. InSAR Monitoring is a proven technique for mapping ground movements using radar images from earth-orbiting satellites.
Time series show how objects above the ground have moved since the previous measurement. Compare current motion measurements with the past, on millimeter-scale.
Your data are updated as often as satellites acquire an image, up to 5 times per week or as often as you need for your business. Discover deformation trends in objects as they happen.
High density measurements
Depending on what’s on the ground and what satellite images are available, our maps contain up to 100,000 measurements per km2 over large areas. A quantum leap in effectiveness compared to conventional leveling campaigns.
You can access your data in our secure online environment and use our toolbox to assess where your assets are most at risk. Search and discover the latest measurements in your personal catalog.
Data since 1992
Over many areas you can access data going back to 1992 to assess long term motion of individual objects and the areas around it. Search and discovery are an essential part of the workflow.
Large data sets in your company process
We provide our clients with billions of measurements of the earth’s surface dynamics, help integrate these data into their company process and convert it to actionable information.