The partnership empowers Suhora to access ICEYE’s high-quality satellite imagery of any location on the planet and plays an important role in providing Suhora’s users with advanced monitoring and analytical geospatial solutions. ICEYE owns and operates the world’s largest SAR satellite constellation, having launched more than two dozen satellites into LEO.

The constellation is designed to provide customers with reliable and frequent high-resolution imagery collections, enabling rapid detection and tracking of changes on the Earth’s surface, regardless of time of day or weather conditions. This capability is vital for situational awareness and timely decision-making in diverse sectors, such as insurance, national security, natural catastrophe response and recovery, humanitarian relief and climate change monitoring.

We are delighted to support the expert team of Suhora to meet the demands of its wide user base. Our satellites are not only reliable, but also have the capacity to meet the high tempo demands of the market. This is a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication, having developed a technology that can contribute meaningfully to different requirements of Suhora’s users.” — Tim Vallings, Global Head of International Data, ICEYE


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