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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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Kotelny (Kotel’nyy) Island is located off the northeastern coast of Siberia. Regular updates reviewed by experts
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2 weeks ago

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Today’s AllSource Analysis Spotlight shines the light on – Soon after Libyan National Army (LNA) forces under Gen. Haftar secured the Al-Jufrah area, efforts to lengthen Waddan airfield’s east/west runway from 2,000 m to 2,500 m began. Ground scrapping for a 500m extension is evident on the east end of the runway and was underway as early as April 7, 2019.

Originally a Libyan civil airfield built to support the Waddan-Hun-Jufra area, the runway lengthening project suggests a desire to support larger transport and high-performance aircraft. The recent construction activity may be related to LNA activity in central Libya, and the need to support forces involved in ongoing operations.

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3 weeks ago

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Today’s AllSource Analysis Spotlight shines the light on – The Air Force of Libya’s LNA claimed attacking and destroying a Sukhoi aircraft of the GNA air force at al-Watiyah airbase in western Libya on 19 June 2019. Planet Scope imagery of 20 June 2019 shows a dark spot on a taxiway in the eastern hardened aircraft shelter support area of the airfield that was not present on 19 June. The dark spot could be a burn scar from the claimed attack.

The LNA strives to obtain air superiority in the region to protect its assault on Tripoli.

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4 weeks ago

Allsource Analysis

Today’s AllSource Analysis Spotlight shines the light on – Recent torrential rains caused severe flooding in Ghat, Libya submerging over 70% of the town. Flooding began on 3 June forcing families from their homes. UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) reported”… significant losses in public and private property … interruption of communication and electricity.”. Ghat airport, north of town, was not flooded but the main highway to Ghat remained flooded on 5 June 2019.

As of 14 June, severe flooding is still visible in the agricultural and residential areas. 2,500 people have been displaced according to the WHO and further emergency assistance will be needed until the floods subside.

Complicating the situation is the continued fighting in Libya. This will have a deleterious effect on relief efforts offered by foreign agencies and the UN.

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1 month ago

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Today’s Allsource Analysis GEOINT 2019 special report shines the light on – Iran has one of the oldest drone development programs in the world, beginning in the early 1980s during its war against Iraq. Over the years Iran has developed and deployed an array of military unmanned air vehicles. (Iran’s Military Drones
dronecenter.bard.edu/irans-drones/)

A small, non-descript airstrip in western Iran was used for drone (UAV) operations in 2017. The airstrip is 22 km east of Iran’s border with Iraq and the shortest distance to eastern Syria. It’s possible this airstrip is used to support Iranian military operations in Syria.

Iran has a wide selection of UAVs, some with reported capabilities of flying for 30 hours and 2,000 km.
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