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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
75° 48’ 48” N

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GEOINT analysis of Iran’s major naval base, Bandar Abbas, on 18 January 2023, revealed the presence of at least two Pakistani naval vessels: the training ship PNS Rah Naward and an Agosta-class diesel-powered submarine. allsourceanalysis.com/featured-analysis/

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Analysis of GEOINT of the Bernese Oberland region of central Switzerland shows snow-free areas and the impact of this winter’s limited snowfall. The snow shortage is threatening the ski season, a key part of the region’s economy. allsourceanalysis.com/featured-analysis/

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Analysis of GEOINT reveals a merchant ship hull undergoing modifications that may provide Iran with a small aircraft carrier. In October 2022, support sections for the flight deck were observed and by 02 January 2023, deck plates were installed.
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GEOINT analysis of the Kerch bridge from October – November shows repairs have been made. A truck IED denotation over the bridge on 08 October 2022, disrupted Russian supply lines into Crimea and helped Ukraine with its advance to recapture and liberate Russian occupied territory.
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