HEO Robotics Joins Satellite Vu's Early Access Programme


February 21, 2023 - Sydney, Australia - HEO Robotics, a leading provider of satellite-to-satellite imagery intelligence and data, has announced its participation in Satellite Vu's Early Access Programme (EAP). The partnership expands HEO Robotics' supplier network and increases its sensor density in Low-Earth Orbit (LEO), maximising the potential of its proprietary software, HEO Inspect.

The EAP offers customers and partners priority access to Satellite Vu's imaging products, giving HEO Robotics the opportunity to test the compatibility of these images with its software, HEO Inspect. With access to a greater number of sensors in LEO, HEO Inspect's ability to collect in-depth intelligence on key space assets is significantly boosted.  

In an industry that continues to grow and evolve, customers are seeking better access to space data to help them understand, assess, and act in space. HEO Robotics' HEO Inspect platform revolutionizes the decision-making process by delivering unique intelligence on objects of interest to support policy making, national security, intelligence assessment, maintenance, operations, and supply chains.

The EAP provides customers across various industries with mid-wave infrared satellite imagery, allowing them to monitor sites of strategic importance, as well as assessing global energy levels and industrial activity output. This information is crucial for decision-makers in government, defense, climate finance, asset management, trading, investment, and operation sectors.

"Joining Satellite Vu's Early Access Programme is a great opportunity for HEO Robotics," said CEO Will Crowe. "This partnership will enable us to provide our customers with even more valuable intelligence on objects of interest and enhance our capabilities."

Anthony Baker, CEO, Satellite Vu: "We're thrilled to welcome HEO Robotics on board our Early Access Programme. Our technology can be applied across a range of industries and can also be used in a wide array of defence and intelligence applications. For companies like HEO Robotics, it will deliver essential insights on space assets to government and defence agencies through innovation in spatial science. We want to unlock the next level of knowledge, helping to mitigate threats and protect global and national security."

About HEO Robotics:

HEO Robotics provides in-orbit satellite inspection, identification, and monitoring services to the commercial industry, governments, and defence through Non-Earth Imaging (NEI). Its proprietary software, HEO Inspect, enables customers to request on-demand inspections and access intelligence on objects of interest.

Website: www.heo-robotics.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/heorobotics

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/high-earth-orbit-robotics/

Media Contact:  

Dane Brumm, Communications, HEO Robotics, Email: dane@heo-robotics.com

About Satellite Vu:

Founded to bring satellite technology to address global challenges, Satellite Vu will be able to monitor the temperature of any building on the planet in near real-time using a new mid-wave infrared camera. These images will provide valuable insights into economic activity, energy efficiency and disaster response.  Satellite Vu aims to be the Earth’s thermometer from space.  

Website: https://www.satellitevu.com  

Twitter: https://twitter.com/satellitevu

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/satellitevu/

Media Contact:  

Georgia Jaggs, Halo PR & Communications, Email: georgia.jaggs@ha-lo.co or +447594358041