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Soar’s Head of Growth, Tim Glover added, “Imagine if we could re-use that imagery in a way that was totally authentic, collaborative and most importantly, accessible to all. Soar allows anyone to view the Earth from above, meaning it’s easy to observe things like environmental changes, including drought, melting ice caps, industrial growth, natural disasters like volcano eruptions, just to name a few uses. The aim of Soar is to enable anyone to explore and discover our ever-changing world.”
With almost 10 petabytes of data already acquired, Soar is planning additional imagery as part of their growth strategy. Soar has already received several partnership requests from multinational organizations with excess satellite, aerial and drone content from across the globe. In the near future, the platform will also feature additional data streams from higher resolution satellites, aerial imagery providers, as well as both commercial and recreational drone operators globally.
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The use of Soar is ideal for a wide range of industries and applications including agriculture, environmental, logistics, mining and insurance. However, since its beta launch in late 2018, the largest area of growth has been news and social media as users share imagery of landscape events from around the world.
To view Soar’s platform please visit soar.earth
Soar is on a mission to become the one-stop-shop for the collection, distribution, and monetization of mapping imagery from different sensors. By leveraging the latest in satellite and drone technology, Soar is in a class of its own. The company is positioning itself to become the leading platform and marketplace for global mapping needs.
About the Team
Soar was founded in 2017 by Amir Farhand, an entrepreneur with over 15 years of geospatial expertise in bringing innovative geospatial solutions to commercial markets. Soar also boasts a strong leadership team that is headed by Chairman Guy Perkins, former co-founder of aerial imaging companies NearMap and Spookfish. Other key management come from a wide range of industry sectors with varying backgrounds, including the Australian Special Forces, United States Air Force, Lockheed Martin, Rio Tinto, and NBCUniversal & Amblin Entertainment.