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AllSource has created a network of independent analysts who have years of experience and training in geospatial and related analysis. AllSource Analysts collaborate to provide comprehensive geospatial finished intelligence on a wide range of topics across the globe. Our flexible and scalable network allows the best fit of expertise and experience for each project without the traditional overhead burden of full-time staffing.

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Our experience and partnerships with technology providers gives our network access to both the most cutting edge and time-proven approaches and tools. AllSource analysts leverage the latest technologies and approaches to deliver finished intelligence. Using the combination of open source and proprietary software, artificial intelligence and machine learning, our analysis leverage the right tools for each project.

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Once we combine the right experts and the best technology, AllSource partners with leading imagery and information providers to fuel our work. Satellite imagery and other geospatial content combined with other key data sets to provide powerful context and insight. Automated process outputs including change detection, feature identifications, social media, signals, open source intelligence and commerce information are also leveraged to provide the best analysis of the situation on the ground around the globe.

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Understanding the Dynamics of Change


Kotelny (Kotel’nyy) Island is located off the northeastern coast of Siberia. Regular updates reviewed by experts
provide the intelligence to what is changing and what the changes mean.


137° 40’ 36” E
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Today’s AllSource Analysis Spotlight shines the light on – On 02 August 2019, a smoke plume was observed in the Wadi Arabie district south of Tripoli, Libya. The location of the smoke plume corresponds to a warehouse that was probably a target of Gen Haftar’s LNA forces. A recent Twitter report stated that LNA’s 128th Battalion was firing Type-63 multiple rockets into the Wadi Arabie area (@ssmlibya). Residential structures are seen near the warehouse in a before image taken on 03 July 2019.

GNA forces have used civilian structures to hide military equipment and personnel from reconnaissance aircraft which in turn puts civilians in jeopardy.

The attempts by Haftar’s forces to gain control of Tripoli have been stymied since the initial attacks in April. It is not known how long this conflict will continue.

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Today’s AllSource Analysis Spotlight shines the light on – The dry season in the Amazon Region creates favorable conditions for the spread of fire, both naturally occurring and man-made.

On an image from 29 August 2019, a fire spot and burned vegetation can be seen near San Matías in Ángel Sandoval Provincia (Bolivia), close to the Brazilian Legal Amazon border. On an image from 28 August 2019, a fire spot can be seen burning in Nova Fronteira land reform settlement close to the Altamira National Forest and Baú indigenous land, in Pará State (Brazil).

Data comparison from 25 August 2019 (orange dots) to 29 August 2019 (green dots) show fire spots are significantly reducing in the Amazon Region.

Specifically, in Brazil, the Bolsonaro government is employing the military in border areas, indigenous lands, federal environmental conservation units and other areas in the Legal Amazon, for preventive and repressive actions against environmental crimes and in the surveying and fighting of fires.

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Today’s AllSource Analysis Spotlight shines the light on – Metiga International Airport, on the east side of Tripoli, functions as the main civilian airline hub for the Tripoli region. Over the past few weeks, Gen. Haftar’s forces have bombed, shelled and used drones to attack facilities and aircraft at the airport. Shelling continued at the airport when civilian passenger planes were landing according to reports.

International and domestic flights operate from the airport and its use as a functional airport will be tested due to the constant attacks by various warring factions.The added stress to civilian population near the airfield and those passengers using the airlines while under shelling will increase as fighting intensifies.

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