InSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar) Satellite Monitoring utilizes radar technology mounted on satellites to measure ground movement with exceptional precision. It detects millimeter-scale changes in land surfaces by analyzing interference patterns between radar signals bounced off the Earth's surface over time, providing invaluable insights into subsidence, deformation, and other geophysical phenomena without the need for physical intervention or on-site equipment.

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What connects monitoring extensive areas, highly accurate data, and the possibility of tracking the changes even in dark or bad weather?

It's an effective, valuable technique called InSAR monitoring.
Due to its superb precision, this method is an ideal option for wide spaces. It uses radar images to monitor and map all deformations on the ground.

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What are the benefits of InSAR monitoring? 

Possibility to operate during harsh weather or in darkness

One of the best things about this technique is that radar can penetrate theclouds. It provides monitoring in low visibility conditions, delivering essential information during an earthquake or volcano eruption.

Extremely high precision

InSAR satellite monitoring can detect movements and deformations from millimeters to centimeters. That allows a detailed overview and encourages better decision-making.


This monitoring approach is practical and compatible with many geospatial software solutions. You can use it for multiple purposes.

Appropriate for different industries

It helps monitor volcanoes, landslides, earthquakes, coastal stability, mine subsidence, construction settlement, tunnels, power stations, and oil and gas production.  

 InSAR monitoring is a helpful method for observing and checking large zones and is suitable for many applications.

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