Join the AllSource Analysts Network!
A global team of imagery, geospatial and subject matter analysts
- Learn More
A Unique Advantage
AllSource Analysis is comprised of imagery, geospatial, GIS and open-source research specialists who understand the craft, technologies and processes needed to extract critical information from complex technologies and resources. Our experts integrate all sources of imagery and geospatial information to deliver valuable insight to business challenges in the areas of energy, finance and government in order to give our clients a competitive advantage.
Understanding the Dynamics of Change
Russian Activity in the Arctic, Kotelny Island
Kotelny (Kotel’nyy) Island is located off the northeastern coast of Siberia and has been home to an actively maintained civilian meteorological station on its northwest shore for several decades. The two images show the dramatic buildup from August 13, 2014 to September 17, 2015.
137° 40’ 36” E
75° 48’ 48” N
AllSource Analysis was founded by some of the most experienced industry experts in commercial and governmental imagery, and open-source geospatial information and research. This rich background uniquely equips us to identify, extract and analyze detailed information from complex technologies and resources to solve critical business challenges.
Our in-depth understanding of the industries we serve and the technologies and resources we utilize enables us to deliver the most timely, detailed and actionable intelligence, giving our customers unmatched situational awareness relating to the specific business challenges they face.
Utilizing a broad range of complex technologies and resources, our experts have cultivated an unmatched ability to gather information from otherwise inaccessible global locations. The insight derived from these remote locations is used to construct a comprehensive global view of the most critical issues facing our customers around the world.
But Joe Bermudez, an expert on North Korea’s military and the chief analytics officer of AllSource Analysis Inc., said the country’s effort to improve its “camouflage, concealment and deception” has been quite elaborate.
Joe Bermudez, chief analytics officer at commercial intelligence firm AllSource Analysis, said open source imagery showed increased activity at the site in northwestern North Korea. “This is the first time leading up to a potential launch that all the concealment shelters are in place,” said Stephen Wood, chief executive officer of AllSource.
One month later photos show “that the stone walls have been literally pulverized,” said imagery analyst Stephen Wood, CEO of Allsource Analysis, who pinpointed the destruction between August and September 2014.
One month later photos show “that the stone walls have been literally pulverized,” said imagery analyst Stephen Wood, chief executive of Allsource Analysis, who pinpointed the destruction between August and September 2014.
The satellite imagery provided by AllSource Analysis, a commercial satellite intelligence firm, confirmed a buildup in Latakia. The images show six main battle tanks, 26 armored personnel carriers, and recently deployed helicopters and artillery battery guns. The equipment apparently arrived between September 4 and 15.
Satellite imagery provided by AllSourceAnalysis confirms the recent arrival of Russian main battle tanks, armored personnel carriers, helicopters, and other military equipment at an airbase in Syria’s coastal Latakia province, indicating that Russia has deployed troops inside Syria.