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May 18, 2015
New High-Res Challenge Searching for Urban Solutions

Munich, May 18, 2015—European Space Imaging High-Res Urban Challenge gives developers a preview and access to a valuable imagery data set. This is the fourth time EUSI is offering a challenge as part of the Copernicus Masters, a competition which seeks ideas and applications for Earth Observation imagery. For anyone who has toyed with the idea of integrating satellite imagery in their solution this is the 'go-to' competition. European Space Imaging is giving candidates access to 40 cm very high-resolution satellite imagery with 8 spectral bands over European urban areas. The best available on the market. If you have a solution that could benefit from VHR data then this competition may be for you. Entries close on July 13th.

Register here: http://eusi.copernicus-masters.com/

About European Space Imaging

European Space Imaging is the leading supplier of very high-resolution (VHR) satellite imagery across Europe and North Africa. They operate a multi-mission capable ground station, enabling optimised collection strategies, flexibility and real-time weather assessments. Since 2002 European Space Imaging has continued to provide imagery from the most advanced VHR satellites available and services to customers throughout their region.

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