African country selects ISI to provide satellite imagery

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ImageSat International (ISI) has been selected to provide intelligence to an African country, the company has announced.

ISI’s Intelligence Research Department will provide the client with periodical tailored reports to enhance the country’s capabilities in analysing multi-source intelligence data, including satellite imagery, and transforming it into actionable information, ISI said. The company owns and operates the EROS B satellite.

According to Noam Segal, ISI CEO, “The Company’s Intelligence Research Department is made up of intelligence experts with an accumulated experience of hundreds of years in Israel’s most recognized intelligence institutions. This department’s experts and analysts will provide clients with the highest level of professional research and intelligence services, tailored specifically to their needs.”
“Intelligence as a Service was designed to meet the needs of many countries and organizations for additional intelligence capabilities with the important strategic enhancement of space-based visual data. The service is also planned to include, in the future, on-the-job training for end-users to develop their independent capabilities in interrogating and processing data from multiple sources including satellites. Intelligence as a Service provides our customers detailed periodical reports with significant operational value.
“We are pleased that such an important customer in Africa realizes what enormous operational value our Intelligence as a Service can provide,” Segal said.



ISI said the EROS B is able to meet defence, homeland security, emergency services and national development needs, as well as a wide range of civilian applications. Through tailored service packages, ISI enables customers to directly access the satellite, allowing real-time data download and direct tasking, as well as have access to processing systems and services to utilize the acquired data.