Ursa to Resell ICEYE Satellite Data Offerings

Jeff Brody

Ursa has agreed to distribute Finland-based ICEYE's synthetic aperture radar data products across the global market under an extended partnership.

The company said Wednesday it will use ICEYE's data for advanced analytics services, in addition to reselling the data.

The partnered firms will also work to jointly produce new SAR-based analytics services for customers in both private and public sectors.

“ICEYE is aligned with our mission and has been a great partner for Ursa, so we're looking forward to continue working together,“ said Adam Maher, CEO at Ursa.

Ursa's goal is to help customers gain awareness on the world by providing global economic intelligence, he noted.

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