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July 18, 2018
Orbital Insight Data Now Available on the Bloomberg Terminal

PALO ALTO, Calif., July 18, 2018 – Orbital Insight, the leader in geospatial analytics, announced today that its U.S. Consumer Retail product is now available via the Bloomberg Terminal. Bloomberg subscribers can now access daily car counts for 80 U.S. retailers. Year-over-year comparisons for the past five years are also available to better contextualize changes.

“The financial services industry relies on the Bloomberg Terminal for trusted data, and geospatial analytics adds a timely and accurate source that brings additional value,” said A.J. DeRosa, Orbital Insight’s Executive Vice President and Head of Global Sales. “With this integration, we can better meet the needs of buy side traders, analysts, risk professionals, and others who are looking to generate alpha.”

Subscribers can download Orbital Insight’s data or use data visualizations directly on the Bloomberg Terminal to measure against traditional investment metrics by accessing ORBT <GO>.

For more information on this announcement, please visit

About Orbital Insight
Orbital Insight develops geospatial analytics to help its clients unlock societal and economic trends at a global scale. The company sources petabytes of satellite, drone, balloon and other unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) data. Using computer vision and machine learning technologies, it processes and interprets this data to create insights and intelligence enabling businesses, governments and NGOs to make better decisions. Learn why Fast Company voted Orbital Insight one of the most innovative companies of 2017 and 2018 at

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