SingaporeBlackSky Technology Inc. has won a multi-year contract from PT Len exceeding $1 million supporting the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Indonesia to provide immediate access to subscription-based real-time, high-frequency imagery and analytics services.

“Meeting the growing global demand for real-time monitoring solutions, BlackSky has the unique ability to activate instant access to high-cadence imagery and AI-driven analytics for our customers,” said Brian E. O’Toole, BlackSky CEO. “The Indonesian MoD has made a bold and innovative step towards defence modernisation as an early adopter of space-based intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance on-demand.”

The Assured access program gives customers guaranteed capacity within a predefined area of interest. Within this area of interest, an Assured customer’s tasking requests are given the highest priority and cannot be preempted by other customers.

The Assured program is commercially available and powered by the BlackSky Spectra tasking and analytics platform. Assured customers receive high-resolution imagery and automated detection analytics seamlessly and securely in less than 90 minutes within their current workflow environment.

BlackSky is a leading provider of real-time geospatial intelligence. BlackSky delivers on-demand, high frequency imagery, monitoring and analytics of the most critical and strategic locations, economic assets, and events in the world.

BlackSky designs, owns and operates one of the industry’s leading low earth orbit small satellite constellations, optimised to capture imagery cost-efficiently where and when our customers need it. BlackSky’s Spectra AI software platform processes data from BlackSky’s constellation and from other third-party sensors to develop the critical insights and analytics that our customers require.


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