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April 30, 2014

UAS Helps Save Water During Drought

A California grower is hoping a thermal camera mounted on an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) will pick up irrigation line leaks in his pistachio orchard so he can fix them faster.

April 24, 2014

Sentinel Returns First Images

The European Space Agency’s Sentinel-1A satellite’s first radar images of Earth give a tantalizing glimpse of the kind of operational imagery the new mission will offer Europe’s environmental monitoring program.

April 24, 2014

Early Sentinel Maneuver Underscores Space Debris Problem

Before it could begin imaging Earth, an unprecedented collision avoidance maneuver during launch and early orbit phase was needed to clear Sentinel-1A from the path of a defunct NASA satellite.

April 24, 2014

Landsat 7 Marks 15 Years of Earth Observation

Launched on April 15, 1999, the long-lived Landsat 7 mission celebrates a continuous, unbiased record of changes for 15 years and adds to the Landsat program’s 42-year legacy.

April 24, 2014

Surveillance Drone Aids U.K. Firefighters

The U.K.’s Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service recently used an unmanned aircraft system to tackle a blaze that involved explosive gas cylinders.

April 23, 2014

Airbus Defense and Space Sets New Accuracy and Quality Standards for Global Elevation Models with WorldDEM Launch

Tampa, Fla., April 16, 2014—High accuracy and homogenous coverage of WorldDEM is set to boost effectiveness for military applications such as fighter aircraft, helicopters and UAVs. It will also deliver more precise customer applications in various sectors from commercial aviation to oil, gas and mining Airbus Defense and Space has commercially launched WorldDEM, a Digital

April 23, 2014

BAE Systems Unveils Geospatial Intelligence Mobile App for Google Glass

Tampa, Fla., April 15, 2014—BAE Systems today unveiled a new mobile app that can be used with Google Glass for hands-free geospatial intelligence data collection and photo reporting from anywhere in the field. The GXP Xplorer® Snap app can transform Google Glass devices, smartphones, and tablets into crowd-sourced information gathering tools capable of generating photo

April 23, 2014

BlackBridge Makes Chilean Fire Imagery Available

Berlin, April 15, 2014—BlackBridge’s RapidEye satellites have acquired new imagery of the fire-ravaged area of Valparaiso. Before and after imagery of the area is available here: http://blackbridge.com/rapideye/
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April 23, 2014

DeLorme Announces inReach Explorer, a Satellite Communicator with Built-In Navigation

Yarmouth, Maine, April 15, 2014—DeLorme, the innovation leader in personal satellite communications and navigation technology, has announced the upcoming launch of its newest product, inReach Explorer, incorporating a new range of navigation functions. The latest generation of inReach will be available in stores in early May and builds on DeLorme’s award-winning technology to keep outdoor

April 23, 2014

European Space Imaging and Skybox Imaging High-Res Challenge Opens for Ideas


Munich, Germany, April 15, 2014—The Copernicus Masters “European Space Imaging & Skybox Imaging High-Res Challenge” launched today and is open for submissions worldwide. “The European Space Imaging & Skybox Imaging High-Res Challenge” is looking for new, viable application ideas for this sub-daily availability of very high-resolution (VHR), multispectral data from the Skybox Imaging satellites. Skybox