ASTERRA, technology by Utilis


San Diego, CA, United States

Overview


ASTERRA is a division of Utilis that provides data driven solutions for water utilities, government agencies and the greater infrastructure industry. ASTERRA products MasterPlan, Recover, and EarthWorks, use synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data from satellites and turns it into large scale decision support tools. The company’s proprietary algorithms and highly educated scientists and engineers are the key to their mission, to deliver actionable intelligence to advance Earth’s resource resilience. Since 2016, the ASTERRRA Recover product has resulted in saving more than 9000 million gallons of potable water and 22,000 MWH of energy per year, in support of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The ASTERRA is headquartered in Israel with offices in the United States and United Kingdom. Their innovative data solutions are used in multiple verticals around the globe

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Overview:

ASTERRA is a division of Utilis that provides data driven solutions for water utilities, government agencies and the greater infrastructure industry. ASTERRA products MasterPlan, Recover, and EarthWorks, use synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data from satellites and turns it into large scale decision support tools. Since 2016, the ASTERRRA Recover leak detection and analysis product has resulted in saving more than 9000 million gallons of potable water and 22,000 MWH of energy per year, in support of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). ASTERRA MasterPlan pipe deficiency data uses a newly developed algorithm that’s been trained on five years of system leaks discovered by ASTERRA Recover. The algorithm assesses pipe deficiencies using multiple synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images and can observe an entire pipe system, even for large cities, using multiple satellite passes. ASTERRA EarthWorks provides visualized soil moisture assessments for a variety of ground infrastructure installations across different industries and applications, such as large developed properties. EarthWorks creates a mapped view of the actual moisture itself as it gathers beneath infrastructure worldwide.

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