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CATALYST

March 18, 2021

UP42 to Offer CATALYST Analytics on the UP42 Geospatial Marketplace

April 8 Webinar Announced BERLIN, Germany, 18 March 2021 – UP42 will offer automated geospatial processing analytics from CATALYST on the UP42 marketplace and developer platform. Available in March, the first offering will be the CATALYST InSAR processing block, which measures millimeter-scale ground deformation from time series Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite data sets. Introduced

February 23, 2021

CATALYST Announces Cost-Effective, Fully Scalable Processing of Earth Observation Imagery on the Cloud

Process Petabytes in Minutes   MARKHAM, Ontario, Canada – CATALYST, a PCI Geomatics brand, today introduced CATALYST Microservices, a library of geospatial workflows and algorithms optimized to process Earth image data on the cloud at scale. “The photogrammetric science and remote sensing algorithms that our clients have relied upon for more than 30 years to