A NEW PERSPECTIVE INTO OUR CHANGING WORLD

MISSION.

Our mission is to generate affordable, recurrent, high resolution thermal imagery of the planet to provide a new perspective of Earth’s changing resources. By combining own thermal imagery captured from space and other data sources, we improve our customer’s decision-making processes toward a sustainable future.

TECHNOLOGY.

IMPROVING LIFE ON EARTH

Aistech Space combines its expertise in geospatial analysis with its own constellation of small satellite and supporting infrastructure to provide solutions that help clients understand and monitor their assets. We leverage our strategic space capabilities (remote bidirectional communications, air traffic monitoring, and thermal infrared remote sensing) to help our customers make better, data-driven decisions. We have developed a first-in-kind commercial high-resolution (HR) thermal infrared (TIR) telescope for small satellite, which will be capable of monitoring large areas, reducing costs and offering solutions for organizations around the world.

First global company to develop a high-resolution thermal space telescope for small satellites.

First European company (and third Worldwide) to deploy a space-based air traffic monitoring system.

One of the nine Worldwide companies with 2 or more operative small satellite in orbit.

First Spanish company with a commercial small satellite constellation in orbit.

First Spanish company to deploy and operate an IoT communications system based on small satellite platforms.

A global ground-communication system with more than 5 stations spread around the world.

SOLUTIONS.

Using machine learning and proprietary software, Aistech can integrate its own unique space data from it’s constellation of small satellite with other sources and applications to deliver customized data and analysis that drive better decisions. Aistech’s unique sector-agnostic geospatial intelligence addresses these gaps in the market with end-to-end data and solutions enhanced by their own space data.

Agriculture.

Challenge

Large rural farming communities, agribusiness enterprises, regional governments, and financial institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding field conditions to make decisions and ensure that resources such as water and fertilizer are used efficiently.

By leveraging satellite imagery, we deliver this key information at a lower cost than traditional scouting methods, enabling organizations to make smart investments, maximize their crop yields, and contribute to food and water security worldwide.

agriculture from space

Aistech Solution

Crop Monitoring

We combine satellite imagery and ground sensor data to determine and recommend the right amount of nitrogen fertilizer and water at the right time to cut costs and maximize yield, provide early detection of pests and diseases, and build predictive yield models to anticipate future yields.

Crop Risk Analysis

Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with water level data and other sources to build predictive models that can estimate the water availability over time and help organizations make decisions about new site investments.

With this type of analysis, Aistech can also model the environmental impact of agricultural activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

Agriculture.

Challenge

Large rural farming communities, agribusiness enterprises, regional governments, and financial institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding field conditions to make decisions and ensure that resources such as water and fertilizer are used efficiently.

By leveraging satellite imagery, we deliver this key information at a lower cost than traditional scouting methods, enabling organizations to make smart investments, maximize their crop yields, and contribute to food and water security worldwide.

agriculture from space

Aistech Solution

Crop Monitoring

We combine satellite imagery and ground sensor data to determine and recommend the right amount of nitrogen fertilizer and water at the right time to cut costs and maximize yield, provide early detection of pests and diseases, and build predictive yield models to anticipate future yields.

Crop Risk Analysis

Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with water level data and other sources to build predictive models that can estimate the water availability over time and help organizations make decisions about new site investments.

With this type of analysis, Aistech can also model the environmental impact of agricultural activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

Surface Water.

Challenge

Natural water is a critical and overexploited resource, proper management of it is mandatory. Both public and private organizations must find new ways of reducing anthropogenic impact thus increasing accessibility of the water. Proper management of this resource allows a fairer distribution and use of water and significant cost savings from minimizing the impact of flood, drought, and other environmental extremes.

Remote sensing is critical for understanding ecological and hydrological processes. Using techniques that leverage satellite imagery, we can complement ground observations and model the spatial-temporal dynamics of surface water to understand historical behaviors and predict future ones. With space data, we enable a global overview of an area of interest, obtaining more extensive information than is possible with local sampling (single point).

Aistech Solution

Surface Water Monitoring

We process several kind remote sensing imagery (optical, NIR, TIR, SAR) that can combine with ground data to understand the dynamics of bodies of water, and build predictive models to anticipate how they will change in the future. With this knowledge, organizations can mitigate or prevent negative effects from water-related environmental impact, flooding, droughts, and un-sanctioned usage to safeguard the environment, nearby communities, and assets.

Bathymetry Analysis

Understanding the dynamics of a body of water not only implies using information on surface changes, but also analyzing changes in depth. To this end, Aistech leverages its expertise in bathymetry to provide three-dimensional analysis of bodies of water, enabling Aistech to generate more accurate surface water models and insights.

Land Use Analysis

To obtain a more complete awareness of the use of water resources, an organization needs to not only analyze the water, but also the external agents that influence it. To this end, Aistech provides 360º surface water models that analyze near-by land uses to help organizations understand what, when, why and who can be associated to water changes. This enables organizations to attribute pollution to sources and mitigate its effects.

Water Quality.

Challenge

Water Quality is an important indicator of physical, chemical, biological, and microbiological characteristics of water within oceans, seas, lakes and rivers.

Agro-fish farmers, regional governments, and financing institutions require continuous information about water quality in order to ensure the suitability of water.

Industrial activities can have a significant and adverse impact on water sources:

  • Pollution of waterways from discharged substances into surface waters or groundwater without prior treatment .
  • Chemical spills or leaks, trade effluent, silt accumulation or agrochemical runoff.
  • Altered distribution of water from land use and infrastructure changes, e.g. the deforestation which alters plant stem water flow, infiltration rate and evapotranspiration processes. At a local level, changing water flows can affect water availability and quality.
  • Industrial and agricultural withdrawal – over exploitation of water resources can decrease long term capacity and force operations to be displaced to more secure water areas.

 

Using satellite imagery, Aistech can help organizations monitor water quality and detect and predict industry effects to drive better responses to safeguard water sources.

Aistech Solution

Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring

Remote sensing using satellite imagery such as SAR, optical, and thermal is a cost efficient approach for comprehensive assessment and monitoring of water quality and it provides several advantages, such as non-intrusive, extensive reach to cover large areas, and a reduced need for in situ measurements. This type of analysis can help organizations monitor large areas to understand the impact that industrial activities are having on local water sources and respond to them sooner.

Algal Blooms Monitoring

Algal blooms present a major challenge, as they are often instigated by pollution and changing temperature and can kill a variety of marine and freshwater life through eutrophication. Usually these blooms give a distinct coloration visible in imagery, such as the red tide, although the coloration does vary depending on the type of bloom.

Variation in chlorophyll is one major variable in algal blooms in the area. Over large bodies of water, chlorophyll can be evaluated using optical multispectral imagery, helping organizations to detect and mitigate the impact of algal blooms.

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Fishery.

Challenge

Organizations throughout the fishing and aquaculture industry require accurate, recurrent information to understand present water conditions and predict them in the future to make better decisions about where to fish and where to invest in new fish farms.

By combining satellite imagery with in situ data, we can deliver operational situational awareness across large areas that traditional methods cannot cover, identifying locations where conditions are best, where they do not meet desired parameters, and how they will change in the future.

Aistech Solution

Fishing Intelligence Platform

Aistech develops customized predictive models using satellite imagery to measure relevant water condition parameters such as chlorophyll levels and salinity to provide specific real-time recommendations of locations with a high probability of good fish harvest through a platform that can integration with the organization’s own data and other sources.

Fish Farm Monitoring

Aistech combines satellite imagery with in situ data to deliver recurrent, accurate water condition monitoring in aquaculture farms and areas of interest and develops predictive models to understand how these will change over time. With this monitoring system, organizations can protect their farms from unfavorable conditions, and choose sites for future investments with the right conditions to cultivate productive farms.

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Surface Water.

Challenge

Natural water is a critical and overexploited resource, proper management of it is mandatory. Both public and private organizations must find new ways of reducing anthropogenic impact thus increasing accessibility of the water. Proper management of this resource allows a fairer distribution and use of water and significant cost savings from minimizing the impact of flood, drought, and other environmental extremes.

Remote sensing is critical for understanding ecological and hydrological processes. Using techniques that leverage satellite imagery, we can complement ground observations and model the spatial-temporal dynamics of surface water to understand historical behaviors and predict future ones. With space data, we enable a global overview of an area of interest, obtaining more extensive information than is possible with local sampling (single point).

Aistech Solution

Surface Water Monitoring

We process several kind remote sensing imagery (optical, NIR, TIR, SAR) that can combine with ground data to understand the dynamics of bodies of water, and build predictive models to anticipate how they will change in the future. With this knowledge, organizations can mitigate or prevent negative effects from water-related environmental impact, flooding, droughts, and un-sanctioned usage to safeguard the environment, nearby communities, and assets.

Bathymetry Analysis

Understanding the dynamics of a body of water not only implies using information on surface changes, but also analyzing changes in depth. To this end, Aistech leverages its expertise in bathymetry to provide three-dimensional analysis of bodies of water, enabling Aistech to generate more accurate surface water models and insights.

Land Use Analysis

To obtain a more complete awareness of the use of water resources, an organization needs to not only analyze the water, but also the external agents that influence it. To this end, Aistech provides 360º surface water models that analyze near-by land uses to help organizations understand what, when, why and who can be associated to water changes. This enables organizations to attribute pollution to sources and mitigate its effects.

Water Quality.

Challenge

Water Quality is an important indicator of physical, chemical, biological, and microbiological characteristics of water within oceans, seas, lakes and rivers.

Agro-fish farmers, regional governments, and financing institutions require continuous information about water quality in order to ensure the suitability of water.

Industrial activities can have a significant and adverse impact on water sources:

  • Pollution of waterways from discharged substances into surface waters or groundwater without prior treatment .
  • Chemical spills or leaks, trade effluent, silt accumulation or agrochemical runoff.
  • Altered distribution of water from land use and infrastructure changes, e.g. the deforestation which alters plant stem water flow, infiltration rate and evapotranspiration processes. At a local level, changing water flows can affect water availability and quality.
  • Industrial and agricultural withdrawal – over exploitation of water resources can decrease long term capacity and force operations to be displaced to more secure water areas.

Using satellite imagery, Aistech can help organizations monitor water quality and detect and predict industry effects to drive better responses to safeguard water sources.

Aistech Solution

Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring

Remote sensing using satellite imagery such as SAR, optical, and thermal is a cost efficient approach for comprehensive assessment and monitoring of water quality and it provides several advantages, such as non-intrusive, extensive reach to cover large areas, and a reduced need for in situ measurements. This type of analysis can help organizations monitor large areas to understand the impact that industrial activities are having on local water sources and respond to them sooner.

Algal Blooms Monitoring

Algal blooms present a major challenge, as they are often instigated by pollution and changing temperature and can kill a variety of marine and freshwater life through eutrophication. Usually these blooms give a distinct coloration visible in imagery, such as the red tide, although the coloration does vary depending on the type of bloom.

Variation in chlorophyll is one major variable in algal blooms in the area. Over large bodies of water, chlorophyll can be evaluated using optical multispectral imagery, helping organizations to detect and mitigate the impact of algal blooms.

maritime

Fishery.

Challenge

Organizations throughout the fishing and aquaculture industry require accurate, recurrent information to understand present water conditions and predict them in the future to make better decisions about where to fish and where to invest in new fish farms.

By combining satellite imagery with in situ data, we can deliver operational situational awareness across large areas that traditional methods cannot cover, identifying locations where conditions are best, where they do not meet desired parameters, and how they will change in the future.

Aistech Solution

Fishing Intelligence Platform

Aistech develops customized predictive models using satellite imagery to measure relevant water condition parameters such as chlorophyll levels and salinity to provide specific real-time recommendations of locations with a high probability of good fish harvest through a platform that can integration with the organization’s own data and other sources.

Fish Farm Monitoring

Aistech combines satellite imagery with in situ data to deliver recurrent, accurate water condition monitoring in aquaculture farms and areas of interest and develops predictive models to understand how these will change over time. With this monitoring system, organizations can protect their farms from unfavorable conditions, and choose sites for future investments with the right conditions to cultivate productive farms.

Forestry.

Challenge

Governmental organizations, IGOs, NGOs, and companies require accurate, recurrent information to detect changes in vegetation and developing fire hazards across large swaths of land in order to manage and maintain their public forests and protect their assets. By leveraging satellite imagery including thermal, we can deliver situational awareness across large areas and detect indicators of deforestation and fire sooner, non-intrusively, and for a lower cost than traditional monitoring methods. We also build predictive models to mitigate future risk.

Aistech Solution

Aistech Space delivers deforestation and fire hazard monitoring, early warning, and prediction in a single platform tailored to client needs.

Deforestation

Aistech Space integrates space data with other sources to help organizations monitor land-cover and land-use, which can aid them in identifying rates, patterns and proximal causes of deforestation.

Together with forest inventories, this provides the foundation for monitoring, reporting. and verification systems. Example systems may be an early-warning of forest degradation, or a system to quantify loss (or gain) in above-ground biomass.

Fire Hazard

Aistech can provide near real-time early warning, burnt area mapping, and fire risk modeling to help organizations minimize the effects and risk of fire events. This analysis will leverage Aistech’s own high frequency, high resolution thermal infrared imagery, for which it will be the sole commercial provider in mid-2021.

Key variables we analyze to model fire risk:

  • Fuel type (optical or SAR).
  • Fuel moisture condition (thermal).
Deforestation

Infraestructure.

Challenge

Companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding their infrastructure installations to make decisions about their operations and safeguard the surrounding environment and communities.

By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of their infrastructure and related activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk.

Aistech Solution

HR imagery

Aistech and its partners can provide a birds’ eye view of your infrastructure and assets using high-resolution imagery (up to 0.3 m resolution). This solution is cost effective for basemaps and typically used for intermittent monitoring, where high-resolution details change gradually. Availability of visible imagery will depend on cloud cover.

Satellite-based HR digital surface models

Using satellite imagery, Aistech can provide digital surface models remotely, eliminating the need for people in the field. This reduces the cost and time spent performing large-scale surveying at ~ 1-2 m resolution, and limit the need for in-situ resources. Digital surface models are especially competitive in linear infrastructure surveys and can provide a high fidelity reference map for the surveyed area (RMSE < 2m).

Monitoring of land-use changes

We can provide maps of varying resolution according to need that can be delivered in different formats including a customized platform, and analysis of land-use and land-use change by combining optical, infrared and SAR data. These high to medium resolution maps enable stakeholders to lower costs on monitoring, more efficiently allocate in-person monitoring resources when needed, and take mitigating actions on potential hazards.

Mining.

Challenge

Large mine companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding mining installations to make decisions and increase the safety in the mining installations and its surroundings. The increasing number and size of mining operations increases the risk of adverse effects to the environment if not properly managed.

By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of mining activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk on active and enclosed installations.

Aistech Solution

Monitoring Environmental Risk from Mining Activity

Aistech can model the environmental impact of mining activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with ground sensor data to detect potential changes in underground water, changes in populated areas downstream of mining activity, and deformations in waste dumps and other installations. We also measure and build predictive models for dust emissivity inside and around the mine. With this information, we can provide early warning and characterize the effects of the mine to help organizations decide on the correct response.

Forestry.

Challenge

Governmental organizations, IGOs, NGOs, and companies require accurate, recurrent information to detect changes in vegetation and developing fire hazards across large swaths of land in order to manage and maintain their public forests and protect their assets. By leveraging satellite imagery including thermal, we can deliver situational awareness across large areas and detect indicators of deforestation and fire sooner, non-intrusively, and for a lower cost than traditional monitoring methods. We also build predictive models to mitigate future risk.

Aistech Solution

Aistech Space delivers deforestation and fire hazard monitoring, early warning, and prediction in a single platform tailored to client needs.

Deforestation

Aistech Space integrates space data with other sources to help organizations monitor land-cover and land-use, which can aid them in identifying rates, patterns and proximal causes of deforestation.

Together with forest inventories, this provides the foundation for monitoring, reporting. and verification systems. Example systems may be an early-warning of forest degradation, or a system to quantify loss (or gain) in above-ground biomass.

Fire Hazard

Aistech can provide near real-time early warning, burnt area mapping, and fire risk modeling to help organizations minimize the effects and risk of fire events. This analysis will leverage Aistech’s own high frequency, high resolution thermal infrared imagery, for which it will be the sole commercial provider in mid-2021.

Key variables we analyze to model fire risk:

  • Fuel type (optical or SAR).
  • Fuel moisture condition (thermal).
Deforestation

Infraestructure.

Challenge

Companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding their infrastructure installations to make decisions about their operations and safeguard the surrounding environment and communities.

By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of their infrastructure and related activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk.

Aistech Solution

HR imagery

Aistech and its partners can provide a birds’ eye view of your infrastructure and assets using high-resolution imagery (up to 0.3 m resolution). This solution is cost effective for basemaps and typically used for intermittent monitoring, where high-resolution details change gradually. Availability of visible imagery will depend on cloud cover.

Satellite-based HR digital surface models

Using satellite imagery, Aistech can provide digital surface models remotely, eliminating the need for people in the field. This reduces the cost and time spent performing large-scale surveying at ~ 1-2 m resolution, and limit the need for in-situ resources. Digital surface models are especially competitive in linear infrastructure surveys and can provide a high fidelity reference map for the surveyed area (RMSE < 2m).

Monitoring of land-use changes

We can provide maps of varying resolution according to need that can be delivered in different formats including a customized platform, and analysis of land-use and land-use change by combining optical, infrared and SAR data. These high to medium resolution maps enable stakeholders to lower costs on monitoring, more efficiently allocate in-person monitoring resources when needed, and take mitigating actions on potential hazards.

Mining.

Challenge

Large mine companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding mining installations to make decisions and increase the safety in the mining installations and its surroundings. The increasing number and size of mining operations increases the risk of adverse effects to the environment if not properly managed.

By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of mining activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk on active and enclosed installations.

Aistech Solution

Monitoring Environmental Risk from Mining Activity

Aistech can model the environmental impact of mining activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with ground sensor data to detect potential changes in underground water, changes in populated areas downstream of mining activity, and deformations in waste dumps and other installations. We also measure and build predictive models for dust emissivity inside and around the mine. With this information, we can provide early warning and characterize the effects of the mine to help organizations decide on the correct response.

Maritime Security.

Challenge

Piracy, smuggling, illegal fishing, waste dumping, and other illegal activities regularly occur in various seas and parts of the ocean. These areas are so vast that authorities lack of technical and human means to maintain situational awareness and stop these incidents.

Aistech Solution

We integrate space data such as optical, thermal, and SAR imagery and signals information with specialized data sources such as the Automatic Identification System (AIS) according to customer needs to create an operational picture that shows all vessels in the area of interest and identifies those which are not emitting their position on AIS as expected. Our system then alerts authorities about these undeclared vessels and provides an estimation of their size, position, and next movements to deliver timely, actionable intelligence.

Maritime Security.

Challenge

Piracy, smuggling, illegal fishing, waste dumping, and other illegal activities regularly occur in various seas and parts of the ocean. These areas are so vast that authorities lack of technical and human means to maintain situational awareness and stop these incidents.

Aistech Solution

We integrate space data such as optical, thermal, and SAR imagery and signals information with specialized data sources such as the Automatic Identification System (AIS) according to customer needs to create an operational picture that shows all vessels in the area of interest and identifies those which are not emitting their position on AIS as expected. Our system then alerts authorities about these undeclared vessels and provides an estimation of their size, position, and next movements to deliver timely, actionable intelligence.

GADSS 15 Minutes.

Challenge

The ICAO GADSS 15 Minutes mandate establishes an aircraft-tracking time interval of 15 minutes whenever air traffic services obtain an aircraft’s position information at greater than 15-minute intervals.

Aistech Solution

Aistech Space is offering airlines reports documenting the reason for flight disruptions to avoid paying for not valid claims or claims that can be responded:

  • Delivery of reports using multiple sources (ADS-B data, airline operational notes, EC/NOP, METARs, NOTAMs, Meteorology reports, Airport information).
  • Specialized in air passenger claims made under the EU261/2004 regulations, but are also fully able to respond to claims under any other jurisdiction (US, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Brazil etc.).
  • Acting as an independent third party, providing detailed reports enhancing the chances of the claim being withdrawn by national enforcement bodies, passenger right law firms or passengers themselves. It also dramatically increase the chance of any civil law suit being thrown out of court.

Fuel Emissions Management.

Challenge

Aviation produced around 3% percen fo total carbon emissions in 2019. CO2 is the largest component of aircraft emissions, approximately 70% of the total particles exhausted.

Aistech Solution

Airline Fleet CO2 emissions reporting

With the use of ADS-B messages the real flight route is being monitored, the fuel consumption is estimated based on the miles flown and the type of aircraft.

Aviation Predictive Maintenance.

Data Fusion can be applied to help airliners improoving their maintenance operations.

Aistech Solution

Predictive maintenance based on data fusion for aviation applications

Harsh operating environments for a jet or turbofan engines will result in an accelerated deterioration or part failure. Possibility to anticipate these complications in order to reduce the airline fleet delays by predicting component failures as well as improving safety on air.

Monitoring dust ingestion of aircraft engines

Aistech has the ability to track any aircraft position and monitor dust movements with satellite data. Merging both of this information can estimate how much dust has been ingested in the engine during the flight. This can help airlines perform an improved maintenance program based on the actual state of the engine.

Aircraft Leasing and Insurance.

Aistech can provide key information to aircraft fleet lessors and insurance companies.

Aistech Solution

Provide reports to understand the real flight conditions suffered during the flight. Monitorization and tracking of fleets for lessors and insurers. Verify the real mileage of aicraft fleets thanks to space based ADS-B.

GADSS 15 Minutes.

Challenge

The ICAO GADSS 15 Minutes mandate establishes an aircraft-tracking time interval of 15 minutes whenever air traffic services obtain an aircraft’s position information at greater than 15-minute intervals.

Aistech Solution

Aistech Space is offering airlines reports documenting the reason for flight disruptions to avoid paying for not valid claims or claims that can be responded:

  • Delivery of reports using multiple sources (ADS-B data, airline operational notes, EC/NOP, METARs, NOTAMs, Meteorology reports, Airport information).
  • Specialized in air passenger claims made under the EU261/2004 regulations, but are also fully able to respond to claims under any other jurisdiction (US, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Brazil etc.).
  • Acting as an independent third party, providing detailed reports enhancing the chances of the claim being withdrawn by national enforcement bodies, passenger right law firms or passengers themselves. It also dramatically increase the chance of any civil law suit being thrown out of court.

Fuel Emissions Management.

Challenge

Aviation produced around 3% percen fo total carbon emissions in 2019. CO2 is the largest component of aircraft emissions, approximately 70% of the total particles exhausted.

Aistech Solution

Airline Fleet CO2 emissions reporting

With the use of ADS-B messages the real flight route is being monitored, the fuel consumption is estimated based on the miles flown and the type of aircraft.

Aviation Predictive Maintenance.

Data Fusion can be applied to help airliners improoving their maintenance operations.

Aistech Solution

Predictive maintenance based on data fusion for aviation applications

Harsh operating environments for a jet or turbofan engines will result in an accelerated deterioration or part failure. Possibility to anticipate these complications in order to reduce the airline fleet delays by predicting component failures as well as improving safety on air.

Monitoring dust ingestion of aircraft engines

Aistech has the ability to track any aircraft position and monitor dust movements with satellite data. Merging both of this information can estimate how much dust has been ingested in the engine during the flight. This can help airlines perform an improved maintenance program based on the actual state of the engine.

Aircraft Leasing and Insurance.

Aistech can provide key information to aircraft fleet lessors and insurance companies.

Aistech Solution

Provide reports to understand the real flight conditions suffered during the flight. Monitorization and tracking of fleets for lessors and insurers. Verify the real mileage of aicraft fleets thanks to space based ADS-B.

DATA SERVICES.

Aistech Space delivers affordable, recurrent information from space to manage assets and resources globally.

ASDB Data.

Delivery of ADS-B Raw Data

  • Capability to provide aircraft positioning in any area of the world, including remote areas.
  • Possibility to send data in the desired protocol or format.

ASDB Data.

Delivery of ADS-B Raw Data

  • Capability to provide aircraft positioning in any area of the world, including remote areas.
  • Possibility to send data in the desired protocol or format.

Thermal Imagery.

Challenge

In 2021 Aistech is deploying a constellation of earth-observing satellites in the thermal band. The images taken by our space telescope are especially valuable thanks to their characteristics of high spatial resolution and high temporal frequency and will be a first-in-kind capability on the commercial market. These images, in conjunction with other data sources, will allow the generation of high-value geospatial intelligence that has until now not been possible.

Our multispectral telescope (MST) including thermal is a unique optical payload developed by the Aistech Team. It is purpose-built for Earth Observation and enables the acquisition of images in three spectral channels simultaneously where atmospheric transmittance is greater than 60%. In the first version of MST, the system will be able to acquire images in the visible (VIS) (0.4um – 0.7um), near-infrared (NIR) (0.8um – 0.9um) and thermal (TIR / LWIR) (8.0um – 12.0) ranges. um).  

Aistech Solution

  • Provide a better proxy to estimate water content in vegetation and Earth surface.
  • More accurate fire detection and fuel state estimation.
  • Detection independent of light conditions. Providing insights about what activities are occuring.
Thermal Imagery

Thermal Imagery.

Challenge

In 2021 Aistech is deploying a constellation of earth-observing satellites in the thermal band. The images taken by our space telescope are especially valuable thanks to their characteristics of high spatial resolution and high temporal frequency and will be a first-in-kind capability on the commercial market. These images, in conjunction with other data sources, will allow the generation of high-value geospatial intelligence that has until now not been possible.

Our multispectral telescope (MST) including thermal is a unique optical payload developed by the Aistech Team. It is purpose-built for Earth Observation and enables the acquisition of images in three spectral channels simultaneously where atmospheric transmittance is greater than 60%. In the first version of MST, the system will be able to acquire images in the visible (VIS) (0.4um – 0.7um), near-infrared (NIR) (0.8um – 0.9um) and thermal (TIR / LWIR) (8.0um – 12.0) ranges. um).  

Aistech Solution

  • Provide a better proxy to estimate water content in vegetation and Earth surface.
  • More accurate fire detection and fuel state estimation.
  • Detection independent of light conditions. Providing insights about what activities are occuring.
Thermal Imagery

Visible Imagery.

Visible Imagery.

Near Infrared Imagery.

Near Infrared Imagery.

    A NEW PERSPECTIVE INTO OUR CHANGING WORLD

    MISSION.

    Our mission is to generate affordable, recurrent, high resolution thermal imagery of the planet to provide a new perspective of Earth’s changing resources. By combining own thermal imagery captured from space and other data sources, we improve our customer’s decision-making processes toward a sustainable future.

    TECHNOLOGY.

    IMPROVING LIFE ON EARTH

    Aistech Space combines its expertise in geospatial analysis with its own constellation of small satellite and supporting infrastructure to provide solutions that help clients understand and monitor their assets. We leverage our strategic space capabilities (remote bidirectional communications, air traffic monitoring, and thermal infrared remote sensing) to help our customers make better, data-driven decisions. We have developed a first-in-kind commercial high-resolution (HR) thermal infrared (TIR) telescope for small satellite, which will be capable of monitoring large areas, reducing costs and offering solutions for organizations around the world.

    First global company to develop a high-resolution thermal space telescope for small satellites.

    First European company (and third Worldwide) to deploy a space-based air traffic monitoring system.

    One of the nine Worldwide companies with 2 or more operative small satellite in orbit.

    First Spanish company with a commercial small satellite constellation in orbit.

    First Spanish company to deploy and operate an IoT communications system based on small satellite platforms.

    A global ground-communication system with more than 5 stations spread around the world.

    SOLUTIONS.

    Using machine learning and proprietary software, Aistech can integrate its own unique space data from it’s constellation of small satellite with other sources and applications to deliver customized data and analysis that drive better decisions. Aistech’s unique sector-agnostic geospatial intelligence addresses these gaps in the market with end-to-end data and solutions enhanced by their own space data.

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    Agriculture.

    Challenge

    Large rural farming communities, agribusiness enterprises, regional governments, and financial institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding field conditions to make decisions and ensure that resources such as water and fertilizer are used efficiently.

    By leveraging satellite imagery, we deliver this key information at a lower cost than traditional scouting methods, enabling organizations to make smart investments, maximize their crop yields, and contribute to food and water security worldwide.

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    Aistech Solution

    Crop Monitoring

    We combine satellite imagery and ground sensor data to determine and recommend the right amount of nitrogen fertilizer and water at the right time to cut costs and maximize yield, provide early detection of pests and diseases, and build predictive yield models to anticipate future yields.

    Crop Risk Analysis

    Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with water level data and other sources to build predictive models that can estimate the water availability over time and help organizations make decisions about new site investments.

    With this type of analysis, Aistech can also model the environmental impact of agricultural activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

    Agriculture.

    Challenge

    Large rural farming communities, agribusiness enterprises, regional governments, and financial institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding field conditions to make decisions and ensure that resources such as water and fertilizer are used efficiently.

    By leveraging satellite imagery, we deliver this key information at a lower cost than traditional scouting methods, enabling organizations to make smart investments, maximize their crop yields, and contribute to food and water security worldwide.

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    Aistech Solution

    Crop Monitoring

    We combine satellite imagery and ground sensor data to determine and recommend the right amount of nitrogen fertilizer and water at the right time to cut costs and maximize yield, provide early detection of pests and diseases, and build predictive yield models to anticipate future yields.

    Crop Risk Analysis

    Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with water level data and other sources to build predictive models that can estimate the water availability over time and help organizations make decisions about new site investments.

    With this type of analysis, Aistech can also model the environmental impact of agricultural activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

    Surface Water.

    Challenge

    Natural water is a critical and overexploited resource, proper management of it is mandatory. Both public and private organizations must find new ways of reducing anthropogenic impact thus increasing accessibility of the water. Proper management of this resource allows a fairer distribution and use of water and significant cost savings from minimizing the impact of flood, drought, and other environmental extremes.

    Remote sensing is critical for understanding ecological and hydrological processes. Using techniques that leverage satellite imagery, we can complement ground observations and model the spatial-temporal dynamics of surface water to understand historical behaviors and predict future ones. With space data, we enable a global overview of an area of interest, obtaining more extensive information than is possible with local sampling (single point).

    Aistech Solution

    Surface Water Monitoring

    We process several kind remote sensing imagery (optical, NIR, TIR, SAR) that can combine with ground data to understand the dynamics of bodies of water, and build predictive models to anticipate how they will change in the future. With this knowledge, organizations can mitigate or prevent negative effects from water-related environmental impact, flooding, droughts, and un-sanctioned usage to safeguard the environment, nearby communities, and assets.

    Bathymetry Analysis

    Understanding the dynamics of a body of water not only implies using information on surface changes, but also analyzing changes in depth. To this end, Aistech leverages its expertise in bathymetry to provide three-dimensional analysis of bodies of water, enabling Aistech to generate more accurate surface water models and insights.

    Land Use Analysis

    To obtain a more complete awareness of the use of water resources, an organization needs to not only analyze the water, but also the external agents that influence it. To this end, Aistech provides 360º surface water models that analyze near-by land uses to help organizations understand what, when, why and who can be associated to water changes. This enables organizations to attribute pollution to sources and mitigate its effects.

    Water Quality.

    Challenge

    Water Quality is an important indicator of physical, chemical, biological, and microbiological characteristics of water within oceans, seas, lakes and rivers.

    Agro-fish farmers, regional governments, and financing institutions require continuous information about water quality in order to ensure the suitability of water.

    Industrial activities can have a significant and adverse impact on water sources:

    • Pollution of waterways from discharged substances into surface waters or groundwater without prior treatment .
    • Chemical spills or leaks, trade effluent, silt accumulation or agrochemical runoff.
    • Altered distribution of water from land use and infrastructure changes, e.g. the deforestation which alters plant stem water flow, infiltration rate and evapotranspiration processes. At a local level, changing water flows can affect water availability and quality.
    • Industrial and agricultural withdrawal – over exploitation of water resources can decrease long term capacity and force operations to be displaced to more secure water areas.

     

    Using satellite imagery, Aistech can help organizations monitor water quality and detect and predict industry effects to drive better responses to safeguard water sources.

    Aistech Solution

    Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring

    Remote sensing using satellite imagery such as SAR, optical, and thermal is a cost efficient approach for comprehensive assessment and monitoring of water quality and it provides several advantages, such as non-intrusive, extensive reach to cover large areas, and a reduced need for in situ measurements. This type of analysis can help organizations monitor large areas to understand the impact that industrial activities are having on local water sources and respond to them sooner.

    Algal Blooms Monitoring

    Algal blooms present a major challenge, as they are often instigated by pollution and changing temperature and can kill a variety of marine and freshwater life through eutrophication. Usually these blooms give a distinct coloration visible in imagery, such as the red tide, although the coloration does vary depending on the type of bloom.

    Variation in chlorophyll is one major variable in algal blooms in the area. Over large bodies of water, chlorophyll can be evaluated using optical multispectral imagery, helping organizations to detect and mitigate the impact of algal blooms.

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    Fishery.

    Challenge

    Organizations throughout the fishing and aquaculture industry require accurate, recurrent information to understand present water conditions and predict them in the future to make better decisions about where to fish and where to invest in new fish farms.

    By combining satellite imagery with in situ data, we can deliver operational situational awareness across large areas that traditional methods cannot cover, identifying locations where conditions are best, where they do not meet desired parameters, and how they will change in the future.

    Aistech Solution

    Fishing Intelligence Platform

    Aistech develops customized predictive models using satellite imagery to measure relevant water condition parameters such as chlorophyll levels and salinity to provide specific real-time recommendations of locations with a high probability of good fish harvest through a platform that can integration with the organization’s own data and other sources.

    Fish Farm Monitoring

    Aistech combines satellite imagery with in situ data to deliver recurrent, accurate water condition monitoring in aquaculture farms and areas of interest and develops predictive models to understand how these will change over time. With this monitoring system, organizations can protect their farms from unfavorable conditions, and choose sites for future investments with the right conditions to cultivate productive farms.

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    Surface Water.

    Challenge

    Natural water is a critical and overexploited resource, proper management of it is mandatory. Both public and private organizations must find new ways of reducing anthropogenic impact thus increasing accessibility of the water. Proper management of this resource allows a fairer distribution and use of water and significant cost savings from minimizing the impact of flood, drought, and other environmental extremes.

    Remote sensing is critical for understanding ecological and hydrological processes. Using techniques that leverage satellite imagery, we can complement ground observations and model the spatial-temporal dynamics of surface water to understand historical behaviors and predict future ones. With space data, we enable a global overview of an area of interest, obtaining more extensive information than is possible with local sampling (single point).

    Aistech Solution

    Surface Water Monitoring

    We process several kind remote sensing imagery (optical, NIR, TIR, SAR) that can combine with ground data to understand the dynamics of bodies of water, and build predictive models to anticipate how they will change in the future. With this knowledge, organizations can mitigate or prevent negative effects from water-related environmental impact, flooding, droughts, and un-sanctioned usage to safeguard the environment, nearby communities, and assets.

    Bathymetry Analysis

    Understanding the dynamics of a body of water not only implies using information on surface changes, but also analyzing changes in depth. To this end, Aistech leverages its expertise in bathymetry to provide three-dimensional analysis of bodies of water, enabling Aistech to generate more accurate surface water models and insights.

    Land Use Analysis

    To obtain a more complete awareness of the use of water resources, an organization needs to not only analyze the water, but also the external agents that influence it. To this end, Aistech provides 360º surface water models that analyze near-by land uses to help organizations understand what, when, why and who can be associated to water changes. This enables organizations to attribute pollution to sources and mitigate its effects.

    Water Quality.

    Challenge

    Water Quality is an important indicator of physical, chemical, biological, and microbiological characteristics of water within oceans, seas, lakes and rivers.

    Agro-fish farmers, regional governments, and financing institutions require continuous information about water quality in order to ensure the suitability of water.

    Industrial activities can have a significant and adverse impact on water sources:

    • Pollution of waterways from discharged substances into surface waters or groundwater without prior treatment .
    • Chemical spills or leaks, trade effluent, silt accumulation or agrochemical runoff.
    • Altered distribution of water from land use and infrastructure changes, e.g. the deforestation which alters plant stem water flow, infiltration rate and evapotranspiration processes. At a local level, changing water flows can affect water availability and quality.
    • Industrial and agricultural withdrawal – over exploitation of water resources can decrease long term capacity and force operations to be displaced to more secure water areas.

    Using satellite imagery, Aistech can help organizations monitor water quality and detect and predict industry effects to drive better responses to safeguard water sources.

    Aistech Solution

    Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring

    Remote sensing using satellite imagery such as SAR, optical, and thermal is a cost efficient approach for comprehensive assessment and monitoring of water quality and it provides several advantages, such as non-intrusive, extensive reach to cover large areas, and a reduced need for in situ measurements. This type of analysis can help organizations monitor large areas to understand the impact that industrial activities are having on local water sources and respond to them sooner.

    Algal Blooms Monitoring

    Algal blooms present a major challenge, as they are often instigated by pollution and changing temperature and can kill a variety of marine and freshwater life through eutrophication. Usually these blooms give a distinct coloration visible in imagery, such as the red tide, although the coloration does vary depending on the type of bloom.

    Variation in chlorophyll is one major variable in algal blooms in the area. Over large bodies of water, chlorophyll can be evaluated using optical multispectral imagery, helping organizations to detect and mitigate the impact of algal blooms.

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    Fishery.

    Challenge

    Organizations throughout the fishing and aquaculture industry require accurate, recurrent information to understand present water conditions and predict them in the future to make better decisions about where to fish and where to invest in new fish farms.

    By combining satellite imagery with in situ data, we can deliver operational situational awareness across large areas that traditional methods cannot cover, identifying locations where conditions are best, where they do not meet desired parameters, and how they will change in the future.

    Aistech Solution

    Fishing Intelligence Platform

    Aistech develops customized predictive models using satellite imagery to measure relevant water condition parameters such as chlorophyll levels and salinity to provide specific real-time recommendations of locations with a high probability of good fish harvest through a platform that can integration with the organization’s own data and other sources.

    Fish Farm Monitoring

    Aistech combines satellite imagery with in situ data to deliver recurrent, accurate water condition monitoring in aquaculture farms and areas of interest and develops predictive models to understand how these will change over time. With this monitoring system, organizations can protect their farms from unfavorable conditions, and choose sites for future investments with the right conditions to cultivate productive farms.

    Forestry.

    Challenge

    Governmental organizations, IGOs, NGOs, and companies require accurate, recurrent information to detect changes in vegetation and developing fire hazards across large swaths of land in order to manage and maintain their public forests and protect their assets. By leveraging satellite imagery including thermal, we can deliver situational awareness across large areas and detect indicators of deforestation and fire sooner, non-intrusively, and for a lower cost than traditional monitoring methods. We also build predictive models to mitigate future risk.

    Aistech Solution

    Aistech Space delivers deforestation and fire hazard monitoring, early warning, and prediction in a single platform tailored to client needs.

    Deforestation

    Aistech Space integrates space data with other sources to help organizations monitor land-cover and land-use, which can aid them in identifying rates, patterns and proximal causes of deforestation.

    Together with forest inventories, this provides the foundation for monitoring, reporting. and verification systems. Example systems may be an early-warning of forest degradation, or a system to quantify loss (or gain) in above-ground biomass.

    Fire Hazard

    Aistech can provide near real-time early warning, burnt area mapping, and fire risk modeling to help organizations minimize the effects and risk of fire events. This analysis will leverage Aistech’s own high frequency, high resolution thermal infrared imagery, for which it will be the sole commercial provider in mid-2021.

    Key variables we analyze to model fire risk:

    • Fuel type (optical or SAR).
    • Fuel moisture condition (thermal).
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    Infraestructure.

    Challenge

    Companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding their infrastructure installations to make decisions about their operations and safeguard the surrounding environment and communities.

    By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of their infrastructure and related activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk.

    Aistech Solution

    HR imagery

    Aistech and its partners can provide a birds’ eye view of your infrastructure and assets using high-resolution imagery (up to 0.3 m resolution). This solution is cost effective for basemaps and typically used for intermittent monitoring, where high-resolution details change gradually. Availability of visible imagery will depend on cloud cover.

    Satellite-based HR digital surface models

    Using satellite imagery, Aistech can provide digital surface models remotely, eliminating the need for people in the field. This reduces the cost and time spent performing large-scale surveying at ~ 1-2 m resolution, and limit the need for in-situ resources. Digital surface models are especially competitive in linear infrastructure surveys and can provide a high fidelity reference map for the surveyed area (RMSE < 2m).

    Monitoring of land-use changes

    We can provide maps of varying resolution according to need that can be delivered in different formats including a customized platform, and analysis of land-use and land-use change by combining optical, infrared and SAR data. These high to medium resolution maps enable stakeholders to lower costs on monitoring, more efficiently allocate in-person monitoring resources when needed, and take mitigating actions on potential hazards.

    Mining.

    Challenge

    Large mine companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding mining installations to make decisions and increase the safety in the mining installations and its surroundings. The increasing number and size of mining operations increases the risk of adverse effects to the environment if not properly managed.

    By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of mining activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk on active and enclosed installations.

    Aistech Solution

    Monitoring Environmental Risk from Mining Activity

    Aistech can model the environmental impact of mining activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

    Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with ground sensor data to detect potential changes in underground water, changes in populated areas downstream of mining activity, and deformations in waste dumps and other installations. We also measure and build predictive models for dust emissivity inside and around the mine. With this information, we can provide early warning and characterize the effects of the mine to help organizations decide on the correct response.

    Forestry.

    Challenge

    Governmental organizations, IGOs, NGOs, and companies require accurate, recurrent information to detect changes in vegetation and developing fire hazards across large swaths of land in order to manage and maintain their public forests and protect their assets. By leveraging satellite imagery including thermal, we can deliver situational awareness across large areas and detect indicators of deforestation and fire sooner, non-intrusively, and for a lower cost than traditional monitoring methods. We also build predictive models to mitigate future risk.

    Aistech Solution

    Aistech Space delivers deforestation and fire hazard monitoring, early warning, and prediction in a single platform tailored to client needs.

    Deforestation

    Aistech Space integrates space data with other sources to help organizations monitor land-cover and land-use, which can aid them in identifying rates, patterns and proximal causes of deforestation.

    Together with forest inventories, this provides the foundation for monitoring, reporting. and verification systems. Example systems may be an early-warning of forest degradation, or a system to quantify loss (or gain) in above-ground biomass.

    Fire Hazard

    Aistech can provide near real-time early warning, burnt area mapping, and fire risk modeling to help organizations minimize the effects and risk of fire events. This analysis will leverage Aistech’s own high frequency, high resolution thermal infrared imagery, for which it will be the sole commercial provider in mid-2021.

    Key variables we analyze to model fire risk:

    • Fuel type (optical or SAR).
    • Fuel moisture condition (thermal).
    Deforestation

    Infraestructure.

    Challenge

    Companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding their infrastructure installations to make decisions about their operations and safeguard the surrounding environment and communities.

    By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of their infrastructure and related activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk.

    Aistech Solution

    HR imagery

    Aistech and its partners can provide a birds’ eye view of your infrastructure and assets using high-resolution imagery (up to 0.3 m resolution). This solution is cost effective for basemaps and typically used for intermittent monitoring, where high-resolution details change gradually. Availability of visible imagery will depend on cloud cover.

    Satellite-based HR digital surface models

    Using satellite imagery, Aistech can provide digital surface models remotely, eliminating the need for people in the field. This reduces the cost and time spent performing large-scale surveying at ~ 1-2 m resolution, and limit the need for in-situ resources. Digital surface models are especially competitive in linear infrastructure surveys and can provide a high fidelity reference map for the surveyed area (RMSE < 2m).

    Monitoring of land-use changes

    We can provide maps of varying resolution according to need that can be delivered in different formats including a customized platform, and analysis of land-use and land-use change by combining optical, infrared and SAR data. These high to medium resolution maps enable stakeholders to lower costs on monitoring, more efficiently allocate in-person monitoring resources when needed, and take mitigating actions on potential hazards.

    Mining.

    Challenge

    Large mine companies, regional governments, and financing institutions require accurate, recurrent information regarding mining installations to make decisions and increase the safety in the mining installations and its surroundings. The increasing number and size of mining operations increases the risk of adverse effects to the environment if not properly managed.

    By leveraging satellite imagery, we help organizations monitor effects such as air and water pollution of mining activities on the local environment over large areas at a lower cost than traditional methods, enabling organizations to respond to developing problems quickly and minimize risk on active and enclosed installations.

    Aistech Solution

    Monitoring Environmental Risk from Mining Activity

    Aistech can model the environmental impact of mining activities on the surrounding environment and communities, helping organizations manage their operations to reduce negative outcomes and meet corporate responsibility standards.

    Aistech combines imagery such as optical and SAR with ground sensor data to detect potential changes in underground water, changes in populated areas downstream of mining activity, and deformations in waste dumps and other installations. We also measure and build predictive models for dust emissivity inside and around the mine. With this information, we can provide early warning and characterize the effects of the mine to help organizations decide on the correct response.

    Maritime Security.

    Challenge

    Piracy, smuggling, illegal fishing, waste dumping, and other illegal activities regularly occur in various seas and parts of the ocean. These areas are so vast that authorities lack of technical and human means to maintain situational awareness and stop these incidents.

    Aistech Solution

    We integrate space data such as optical, thermal, and SAR imagery and signals information with specialized data sources such as the Automatic Identification System (AIS) according to customer needs to create an operational picture that shows all vessels in the area of interest and identifies those which are not emitting their position on AIS as expected. Our system then alerts authorities about these undeclared vessels and provides an estimation of their size, position, and next movements to deliver timely, actionable intelligence.

    Maritime Security.

    Challenge

    Piracy, smuggling, illegal fishing, waste dumping, and other illegal activities regularly occur in various seas and parts of the ocean. These areas are so vast that authorities lack of technical and human means to maintain situational awareness and stop these incidents.

    Aistech Solution

    We integrate space data such as optical, thermal, and SAR imagery and signals information with specialized data sources such as the Automatic Identification System (AIS) according to customer needs to create an operational picture that shows all vessels in the area of interest and identifies those which are not emitting their position on AIS as expected. Our system then alerts authorities about these undeclared vessels and provides an estimation of their size, position, and next movements to deliver timely, actionable intelligence.

    GADSS 15 Minutes.

    Challenge

    The ICAO GADSS 15 Minutes mandate establishes an aircraft-tracking time interval of 15 minutes whenever air traffic services obtain an aircraft’s position information at greater than 15-minute intervals.

    Aistech Solution

    Aistech Space is offering airlines reports documenting the reason for flight disruptions to avoid paying for not valid claims or claims that can be responded:

    • Delivery of reports using multiple sources (ADS-B data, airline operational notes, EC/NOP, METARs, NOTAMs, Meteorology reports, Airport information).
    • Specialized in air passenger claims made under the EU261/2004 regulations, but are also fully able to respond to claims under any other jurisdiction (US, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Brazil etc.).
    • Acting as an independent third party, providing detailed reports enhancing the chances of the claim being withdrawn by national enforcement bodies, passenger right law firms or passengers themselves. It also dramatically increase the chance of any civil law suit being thrown out of court.

    Fuel Emissions Management.

    Challenge

    Aviation produced around 3% percen fo total carbon emissions in 2019. CO2 is the largest component of aircraft emissions, approximately 70% of the total particles exhausted.

    Aistech Solution

    Airline Fleet CO2 emissions reporting

    With the use of ADS-B messages the real flight route is being monitored, the fuel consumption is estimated based on the miles flown and the type of aircraft.

    Aviation Predictive Maintenance.

    Data Fusion can be applied to help airliners improoving their maintenance operations.

    Aistech Solution

    Predictive maintenance based on data fusion for aviation applications

    Harsh operating environments for a jet or turbofan engines will result in an accelerated deterioration or part failure. Possibility to anticipate these complications in order to reduce the airline fleet delays by predicting component failures as well as improving safety on air.

    Monitoring dust ingestion of aircraft engines

    Aistech has the ability to track any aircraft position and monitor dust movements with satellite data. Merging both of this information can estimate how much dust has been ingested in the engine during the flight. This can help airlines perform an improved maintenance program based on the actual state of the engine.

    Aircraft Leasing and Insurance.

    Aistech can provide key information to aircraft fleet lessors and insurance companies.

    Aistech Solution

    Provide reports to understand the real flight conditions suffered during the flight. Monitorization and tracking of fleets for lessors and insurers. Verify the real mileage of aicraft fleets thanks to space based ADS-B.

    GADSS 15 Minutes.

    Challenge

    The ICAO GADSS 15 Minutes mandate establishes an aircraft-tracking time interval of 15 minutes whenever air traffic services obtain an aircraft’s position information at greater than 15-minute intervals.

    Aistech Solution

    Aistech Space is offering airlines reports documenting the reason for flight disruptions to avoid paying for not valid claims or claims that can be responded:

    • Delivery of reports using multiple sources (ADS-B data, airline operational notes, EC/NOP, METARs, NOTAMs, Meteorology reports, Airport information).
    • Specialized in air passenger claims made under the EU261/2004 regulations, but are also fully able to respond to claims under any other jurisdiction (US, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Brazil etc.).
    • Acting as an independent third party, providing detailed reports enhancing the chances of the claim being withdrawn by national enforcement bodies, passenger right law firms or passengers themselves. It also dramatically increase the chance of any civil law suit being thrown out of court.

    Fuel Emissions Management.

    Challenge

    Aviation produced around 3% percen fo total carbon emissions in 2019. CO2 is the largest component of aircraft emissions, approximately 70% of the total particles exhausted.

    Aistech Solution

    Airline Fleet CO2 emissions reporting

    With the use of ADS-B messages the real flight route is being monitored, the fuel consumption is estimated based on the miles flown and the type of aircraft.

    Aviation Predictive Maintenance.

    Data Fusion can be applied to help airliners improoving their maintenance operations.

    Aistech Solution

    Predictive maintenance based on data fusion for aviation applications

    Harsh operating environments for a jet or turbofan engines will result in an accelerated deterioration or part failure. Possibility to anticipate these complications in order to reduce the airline fleet delays by predicting component failures as well as improving safety on air.

    Monitoring dust ingestion of aircraft engines

    Aistech has the ability to track any aircraft position and monitor dust movements with satellite data. Merging both of this information can estimate how much dust has been ingested in the engine during the flight. This can help airlines perform an improved maintenance program based on the actual state of the engine.

    Aircraft Leasing and Insurance.

    Aistech can provide key information to aircraft fleet lessors and insurance companies.

    Aistech Solution

    Provide reports to understand the real flight conditions suffered during the flight. Monitorization and tracking of fleets for lessors and insurers. Verify the real mileage of aicraft fleets thanks to space based ADS-B.

    DATA SERVICES.

    Aistech Space delivers affordable, recurrent information from space to manage assets and resources globally.
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    ASDB Data.

    Delivery of ADS-B Raw Data

    • Capability to provide aircraft positioning in any area of the world, including remote areas.
    • Possibility to send data in the desired protocol or format.

    ASDB Data.

    Delivery of ADS-B Raw Data

    • Capability to provide aircraft positioning in any area of the world, including remote areas.
    • Possibility to send data in the desired protocol or format.

    Thermal Imagery.

    Challenge

    In 2021 Aistech is deploying a constellation of earth-observing satellites in the thermal band. The images taken by our space telescope are especially valuable thanks to their characteristics of high spatial resolution and high temporal frequency and will be a first-in-kind capability on the commercial market. These images, in conjunction with other data sources, will allow the generation of high-value geospatial intelligence that has until now not been possible.

    Our multispectral telescope (MST) including thermal is a unique optical payload developed by the Aistech Team. It is purpose-built for Earth Observation and enables the acquisition of images in three spectral channels simultaneously where atmospheric transmittance is greater than 60%. In the first version of MST, the system will be able to acquire images in the visible (VIS) (0.4um – 0.7um), near-infrared (NIR) (0.8um – 0.9um) and thermal (TIR / LWIR) (8.0um – 12.0) ranges. um).  

    Aistech Solution

    • Provide a better proxy to estimate water content in vegetation and Earth surface.
    • More accurate fire detection and fuel state estimation.
    • Detection independent of light conditions. Providing insights about what activities are occuring.
    Thermal Imagery

    Thermal Imagery.

    Challenge

    In 2021 Aistech is deploying a constellation of earth-observing satellites in the thermal band. The images taken by our space telescope are especially valuable thanks to their characteristics of high spatial resolution and high temporal frequency and will be a first-in-kind capability on the commercial market. These images, in conjunction with other data sources, will allow the generation of high-value geospatial intelligence that has until now not been possible.

    Our multispectral telescope (MST) including thermal is a unique optical payload developed by the Aistech Team. It is purpose-built for Earth Observation and enables the acquisition of images in three spectral channels simultaneously where atmospheric transmittance is greater than 60%. In the first version of MST, the system will be able to acquire images in the visible (VIS) (0.4um – 0.7um), near-infrared (NIR) (0.8um – 0.9um) and thermal (TIR / LWIR) (8.0um – 12.0) ranges. um).  

    Aistech Solution

    • Provide a better proxy to estimate water content in vegetation and Earth surface.
    • More accurate fire detection and fuel state estimation.
    • Detection independent of light conditions. Providing insights about what activities are occuring.
    Thermal Imagery

    Visible Imagery.

    Visible Imagery.

    Near Infrared Imagery.

    Near Infrared Imagery.