Orbital Insight informs companies, governments, and humanitarian organizations about natural and man-made events on our planet. We do this by monitoring, tracking, and measuring elements across the globe, and understanding how they relate to one another. We apply artificial intelligence to satellite and other geospatial data sources, discover and quantify societal and economic trends on Earth that are often indistinguishable to the human eye.
Be in the middle of everything ... and the only one who actually knows how it all works.
You’re in the core, the middle, the center. All roads go via you. Whatever it is they want, it requires you. You have experience using Python and varied open source packages to build cloud computing pipelines. We ingest many kinds of geospatial data and then we dice, slice, stretch, rotate, and combine them. We use deep learning to turn the pixels into numbers. We model, aggregate, and transform the numbers into meaningful insights. Work with us to formulate, create, monitor, and manage this entire pipeline.
We are looking for software engineering interns who have deep experience using Python and varied open source packages to build serious cloud computing pipelines. We ingest many kinds of geospatial data and then we dice, slice, stretch, rotate, and combine them. We use deep learning, and other machine vision and multi-spectral analysis techniques, to turn the pixels into numbers. We then model, aggregate, regress, and otherwise transform the numbers to turn them into insights that are meaningful to humans. This entire pipeline is formulated, created, monitored, and managed by our core engineers. Experience working at scale is important. Experience with open source packages for machine vision, geospatial analysis, and data science is a big plus.