ImageSat International (ISI) has been selected to provide Intelligence as a Service to an African country.
Israel based ISI’s Intelligence Research Department will provide the client with periodical tailored reports to enhance the country’s capabilities in analyzing multi-source intelligence data, including satellite imagery, and transforming it into actionable information, the company said in a statement Monday.
According to Noam Segal, the CEO, “Intelligence as a Service was designed to meet the needs of many countries and organizations for additional intelligence capabilities with the important strategic enhancement of space-based visual data.”
“The service is also planned to include, in the future, on-the- job training for end-users to develop their independent capabilities in interrogating and processing data from multiple sources including satellites. Intelligence as a Service provides our customers detailed periodical reports with significant operational value,” he added.