Bridging The Aerial Data Gap
Detecting changes in our environment is currently costly and difficult to obtain because accessing high-quality, frequent aerial data is only achievable through satellites and manned aircraft.
Satellites offer low-resolution images, limited orbits and high operational costs, and while crewed aircraft provide higher-resolution images, they are expensive to operate and can only achieve infrequent coverage.
Instead, the Kea Atmos operates in a sweet spot for cost-effective, high-resolution aerial imaging from the stratosphere. But more than just better data, we’re working towards streamlined management of the entire pipeline – from data acquisition and storage to analysis and delivery.
This means improved data intelligence, at a higher frequency and at a much lower cost.