SkyFi, a cutting-edge technology company, is proud to announce the launch of its revolutionary Earth Observation mobile and web application. The new application, available for download on both iOS and Android devices as well as for use on web browsers, allows users to access high-resolution satellite and aerial imagery from anywhere in the world.
The SkyFi application provides users access to a wide range of satellite imagery, including optical, multispectral, and video. In the coming months, the application will also include radar, hyperspectral, and nighttime sensors, as well as advanced tools for analysis, such as object detection and change detection capabilities, making it an invaluable tool for a variety of industries such as agriculture, forestry, insurance, and urban planning.
“We are thrilled to finally bring our innovative Earth Observation application to the world. We have seen a growing demand for our unique solution and are excited to share it with new and existing satellite imagery users,” said Luke Fischer, CEO of SkyFi. “This launch marks a significant milestone for our startup and we look forward to continuing to develop game-changing capabilities for our customers.”
SkyFi’s application is designed to be user-friendly, with an intuitive interface that makes it easy to navigate and access the information you need. The application also includes a community feature that allows users to share their observations and insights with others directly from the platform.
With the support of over 25 partner companies, SkyFi provides users with a seamless connection to a satellite constellation of over 80 satellites currently in space. As additional companies launch their technology into orbit, this number will continue to grow.
“We believe that this application will significantly impact how we understand and manage our planet,” said Kammy Brun, VP of Business Development. “By making satellite imagery and data more accessible, we can empower people to make informed decisions and take action to protect our planet.”