Bloomberg Adds Orbital Insight Parking Lot Data to Terminal

The move will enable the 325,000 users of Bloomberg terminals to incorporate Orbital Insight's geospatial data into their existing trading and analysis workflow.


Data giant Bloomberg has begun carrying the US Consumer Retail dataset from Palo Alto, Calif.-based aerial imagery analysis provider Orbital Insight on its Bloomberg Professional terminal, to integrate the vendor’s analysis with traditional fundamental and financial data delivered via Bloomberg.

The data includes daily car counts for parked cars at 80 US retailers—including department stores, home improvement stores, discount retailers, consumer staples, grocery stores at the store-level and

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