ICEYE delivers unmatched persistent monitoring capabilities for any location on earth. Owning the world’s largest synthetic-aperture radar constellation, the company enables objective, data-driven decisions for its customers in sectors such as insurance, natural catastrophe response and recovery, security, maritime monitoring and finance. ICEYE is enabling access to entirely new levels of data for the persistent monitoring of large and small areas across the globe – every few hours, day and night, in any weather. In December 2021, ICEYE opened a new office and a Machine Learning Center of Excellence in Luxembourg, in conjunction with the Luxembourg Future Fund. The office is playing a key role in the future development of ICEYE’s machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities.


From tracking fast-moving objects like vessels in the sea to monitoring and addressing national security issues to monitoring natural disasters such as floods, ICEYE’s persistent monitoring unlocks previously unseen changes to the environment and human activity. ICEYE’s SAR satellites are purpose-built to be smaller, more affordable, and more flexible than legacy systems, giving governments and organizations the opportunity to get quicker access to SAR data or even own their own fleets of satellites. ICEYE is the only organization in the world today able to deliver this ground-breaking and proven capability for SAR satellites.

ICEYE’s Flood Insights solution is the world’s first global and always-on data utility developed for the unique needs of insurers and Emergency Management organizations. ICEYE’s Flood Insights enables clients to accurately and quickly size damage, streamline the claims process, build new products like parametric offerings and move into untapped markets.


ICEYE has successfully launched over 20 satellite missions and operates the world’s largest constellation of synthetic aperture radar satellites. In October 2021, ICEYE becomes the first European New Space company to take part in the European Space Agency (ESA)’s Copernicus programme, the largest satellite Earth observation programme in the world. In June 2021, ICEYE’s imagery was also included into ESA’s Third Party Mission (TPM) data portfolio, which allows sponsored SAR data access to researchers and Earth Observation (EO) application developers.

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