SatSense takes readings from radar satellite and converts it to high resolution ground movement data (InSAR). This data is automatically updated every 6 days and stored for online access by our customers and partners.
The raw data is provided by the European Space Agency’s Sentinel-1 satellite constellation and our algorithms allow us to offer ground movement data to the accuracy of +/- 1mm. The data is then stored online for immediate access by our customers and partners which is updated on a continual basis.
The resolution of our technology allows us to offer ground movement data at a property level and, for the first time, makes this technology applicable for the property conveyancing and insurance markets.
As the ground movement data is updated every six days there is the potential to deploy this technology as a preventative maintenance solution for large assets such as dams, water and gas pipeline networks.
Our technology was originally developed at the University of Leeds by internationally renowned academics, Professors Andy Hooper and Tim Wright.
The team have a range of academic and commercial experience across geophysics, technology and engineering and are being supported by some important names in technology. The team are currently based at the University of Leeds.Who We Are