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Latest Webinar

Watch our latest webinar where we ‘discuss and evaluate the data from the Derecho Storm in 2020’ with our guests from NASA Harvest.

PlanetWatchers CTO Roi Shilo, Director of NASA Harvest Inbal Becker-Reshef and Medhi Hoessini share thoughts and insights on the differences in data results collated and methodology used. 

Advanced insights

Our crop monitoring service is supported by historical analysis and allows for accurate and automatic identification of both policy and claims data.

The sensitivities of our analysis, ensures that we can make qualified loss projections by identifying the impacted areas, the crop type, the age of the crop and the severity of damage caused.

Saving hundreds of thousands of manual hours of data capture and loss adjustment, increasing accuracy and reducing overheads.

Latest Webinar

Watch our latest webinar where we ‘discuss and evaluate the data from the Derecho Storm in 2020’ with our guests from NASA Harvest.

PlanetWatchers CTO Roi Shilo, Director of NASA Harvest Inbal Becker-Reshef and Medhi Hoessini share thoughts and insights on the differences in data results collated and methodology used. 

Advanced insights

Our crop monitoring service is supported by historical analysis and allows for accurate and automatic identification of both policy and claims data.

The sensitivities of our analysis, ensures that we can make qualified loss projections by identifying the impacted areas, the crop type, the age of the crop and the severity of damage caused.

Saving hundreds of thousands of manual hours of data capture and loss adjustment, increasing accuracy and reducing overheads.

PW:Response

Using a wealth of experience in SAR analysis and highly efficient algorithms, we work across the insurance industry to radically shorten the process of storm and flood damage assessment at scale and deliver results within 1 hour.

A much faster claims process with reduced overheads and increased customer satisfaction. 

PW:Response

Using a wealth of experience in SAR analysis and highly efficient algorithms, we work across the insurance industry to radically shorten the process of storm and flood damage assessment at scale and deliver results within 1 hour.

A much faster claims process with reduced overheads and increased customer satisfaction.

PW:CropCycle

Using advanced machine learning and the full spectrum of commercial SAR data to support crop insurers in reporting planting dates, acreage and crop classification efficiently and at scale.

Automating policy data capture to reduce manual overheads and increase data integrity and availability.

Corn and Soybean Crop Classification

PW:CropCycle

Using advanced machine learning and the full spectrum of commercial SAR data to support crop insurers in reporting planting dates, acreage and crop classification efficiently and at scale.

Automating policy data capture to reduce manual overheads and increase data integrity and availability.

 

Corn and Soybean Crop Classification

Why PlanetWatchers?

PlanetWatchers was founded by ex-military intelligence officers. We are experts in Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) led analytics, leveraging SAR technology to provide reliable, accurate and efficient analysis, on a global scale and at speed.

Monitoring on a large scale means extensive manual assessment, excessive time and escalating costs. We use advanced machine learning and highly efficient algorithms to turn multi-source geospatial data into comprehensive and actionable information.

Why SAR?

SAR (Synthetic Aperture radar) is a powerful remote sensing technology bouncing microwave signals off the Earth’s surface to detect physical properties.

It is used to create high resolution two or three-dimensional representations of objects, such as landscapes and its elements.

Imagery can be captured day and night, without the usual visibility limitations of optical data and is well suited to monitoring extensive areas.

SAR v Optical Visibility

Why SAR?

SAR (Synthetic Aperture radar) is a powerful remote sensing technology bouncing microwave signals off the Earth’s surface to detect physical properties.

It is used to create high resolution two or three-dimensional representations of objects, such as landscapes and its elements.

Imagery can be captured day and night, without the usual visibility limitations of optical data and is well suited to monitoring extensive areas.

SAR v Optical Visibility