Network Integrity Assurance Technologies (NiAT) has partnered with Maxar Technologies in hopes to expand their development and reach within the geospatial industry in Brunei. 

The companies are set to promote the use of high-resolution satellite imagery that will be beneficial to the primary resources, maritime and defence sectors.

NiAT is a local-based satellite technology and applications company founded in 2010 to provide satellite communications to the unserved and underserved, those who are beyond the coverage of fibre and mobile coverage. 

It has enabled internet connectivity in many remote sites such as maritime vessels and rural communities, fulfilling the country’s goals for nationwide access to the world wide web. 

NiAT continues to expand its space technologies and applications portfolio and launched an innovative web-based data fusion and visualisation platform OBSERVE™, it said in a statement.

It is powered by ESRI is a geospatial web-based application that allows data visualisation, spatial analysis, imagery library and analysis, information dissemination and operations planning, execution and reporting, allowing users to bring their data to life on interactive maps resulting in deeper insight and wider perspective to find answers to questions and ultimately provide real solutions and material outcomes, i.e. location intelligence and actionable information.  

Meanwhile, Maxar Technologies is a U.S-based space and intelligence company that combines satellite data and machine learning to create actionable insights about our changing planet. 

This enables commercial businesses and government agencies to monitor, understand and navigate our world in new ways and on a global scale.

NiAT’s partnership with Maxar will allow more remote sensing and earth observation capabilities to be available on OBSERVE™ especially in delivering high-resolution and up-to-date satellite imagery. 

“NiAT is excited to have this opportunity to work with Maxar, a company globally known for collecting the highest resolution satellite imagery commercially available,” said NiAT.

The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

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