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SUHORA and SatVu Form a Multi-Year Strategic Alliance

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Ibadan, 4 June 2024. – SUHORA has signed a new exclusive contract with SatVu, a UK-based high-resolution Thermal Satellite imaging company, unlocking huge potential for the users and industries in the region. The signing happened during the recently held Geospatial World Forum 2024.

This collaboration, marked by signing the multi-year contract, solidifies the company’s commitment to innovation and excellence. Leveraging SatVu’s High-Resolution Thermal Data, SUHORA aims to pioneer solutions tailored for Defence, Disaster, and various governmental organizations.

Speaking about the contract, Krishanu Acharya, CEO and Co-Founder of SUHORA, said, “Our partnership with SatVu embodies our commitment to harnessing advanced geospatial technology for Defence & Intelligence, Disaster, and other sectors. Through collaborative innovation and strategic vision, we aim to empower decision-makers with actionable intelligence derived from high-resolution thermal satellite solutions.”

Likewise, Amit Kumar, COO and Co-Founder of SUHORA added, “SUHORA has always stood for innovation in geospatial science for critical sectors. With the addition of thermal imaging capability, we aim to bolster our offerings with unparalleled multi-dimensional insights and ever-growing potential use cases.”

Anthony Baker, CEO and Co-Founder of SatVu, also said, “We are happy to partner with SUHORA. Our high-resolution thermal imaging technology and SUHORA’s expertise in geospatial intelligence will provide crucial insights and help inform solutions for Defence, Disaster Management, and beyond.” Baker also added, “This collaboration not only marks a significant step forward in the application of advanced satellite technology to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges but also enables us to bring SatVu’s cutting-edge capabilities to a wider market.”

SUHORA works on fusing geospatial intelligence and AI to tackle global challenges across Defence, Disaster Management, and commercial sectors. By integrating high-resolution satellite data with advanced analytics, it provides crucial insights for strategic decision-making.

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