Satellite Analytics:

Satellite Data Collection and Intelligence

Custom monitoring and analysis over one or multiple locations using the world’s leading satellite, aerial, and drone platforms. Accurate data extraction and analytics development through our highly extensible human/machine workflow.

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MetalSignals aggregates the production and storage data for each location to generate machine-learning based signals that are predictive of exchange metal price and inventory direction 1, 2, and 3 months out, as well as price direction for hundreds of metals-related equites, indices, currencies/FX, and interest rates.

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Iron Ore seem to be in high demand in China with interest on government on infrastructure building. Iron Ore demand expected to grow until year 2025. Here's an update of inventory levels of Iron in China. @FortescueNews @METALMINER @CMEGroup @miningtweets RSMetrics photo

Iron ore on China’s Dalian Commodity Exchange touched a two week low on Thursday (15th) extending losses, with the rising port Inventories in China and softening physical demand for Steel products and raw materials.
#ironore #satelliteanalytics #metals #mining #inventorytrends
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Copper output from the world’s top ten producers declined by 3.7% year-on-year collectively during the second quarter of 2020. @bhp @Glencore @valeglobal

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Iron which is a key metal in steel alloys, is a key product in many metal related industries. The global outlook and regional outlook have been shared herewith, obtained from RS Metrics MetalSignals product. @ReutersCommods @CnMetals @RioTinto @valeglobal @bhp RSMetrics photo

Satellite analytics reveal that the aggregate Aluminum Inventory at RS Metrics monitored smelters in the United States has increased by 0.78% M-o-M in August but decreased by 8.57% Y-o-Y in August.Learn More :

@Alcoa @RioTinto

Copper, which is used in wiring for power transmission, construction would be in high demand with Chinese government construction plans. Although COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in decrease inventories, the demand of copper in China is expected to rise.
@Bloomberg @copperfutures
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