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SkyFi and Enabled Intelligence unite to advance geospatial intelligence with AI-driven satellite imagery
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SkyFi and Enabled Intelligence unite to advance geospatial intelligence with AI-driven satellite imagery
byClarence Oxford
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Apr 10, 2024

Enabled Intelligence, known for scalable and secure AI data solutions, has announced a strategic partnership with SkyFi, a leader in Earth observation imagery and analytics. This alliance aims to enhance the provision of real-time, AI-ready satellite images for U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Community agencies.

Through this partnership, Enabled Intelligence will leverage its expertise in AI data labeling of sensor data, combined with SkyFi's advanced satellite imagery capabilities. This collaboration will allow for the integration of Enabled Intelligence's pre-labeled data library, eView, with SkyFi's Insights platform. Additionally, SkyFi imagery can now be directly sent to Enabled Intelligence for enhanced labeling and analysis.

Peter Kant, CEO of Enabled Intelligence, highlighted the importance of the partnership, stating it marks a critical advancement in the use of AI for national security, facilitated by their precise data labeling paired with SkyFi's timely satellite intelligence. Kant further emphasized the accessibility and accuracy of the eView data library for developing robust AI tools for geospatial intelligence.

Kate van Dam, Head of Strategy at SkyFi, expressed her enthusiasm about the collaboration, noting it brings together Enabled Intelligence's extensive support experience for military and intelligence missions with SkyFi's innovative technology.

Enabled Intelligence is unique in its operation level, certified to handle Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information. The company is distinguished by its employment of individuals with cognitive differences, such as autism, utilizing their unique skills for superior AI training.

The partnership also coincides with Enabled Intelligence's recent inclusion in the Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office's Tradewinds Solutions Marketplace, expanding their reach within the U.S. Defense and Intelligence sectors.

Through SkyFi's platforms, customers will have enhanced access to Enabled Intelligence's pre-labeled satellite imagery library, streamlining data acquisition for both web and mobile users.

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