Guildford, United Kingdom, Sept. 12, 2013—DMCii’s ambitious development and infrastructure enhancement plans have been enriched with the appointment of the new General Manager Martin Philp.
DMCii is a world-class provider of global daily satellite imagery for customers in more than 30 countries across the globe. Philp now manages a rapidly growing distribution and partner network for the company’s popular high frequency 22-metre Landsat-compatible satellite imagery and the provision of very high-resolution optical imagery and future products, including daily 1-metre optical capabilities.
Philp has a wealth of experience working with established platforms such as BBC iPlayer and Apple iTunes. The dynamic skill-sets that Philp’s noteworthy career offers, will act as a critical support to carry DMCii through these vast infrastructure improvements to ensure that they will continue to be regarded as a distinguished provider of fast and precise satellite imagery data.
Dave Hodgson, Managing Director of DMCii, said: “This is an extremely exciting time for DMCii, the appointment of Martin as General Manager will help lead our expansion into higher resolutions and future products with supporting infrastructure to deliver runaway growth.”
Philp was promoted from DMCii’s sales team after joining the company in July 2012. Before joining DMCii, he ran his own consultancy that managed growth and business systems projects for technology companies. Philp brings vast experience leading a series of growth orientated technology businesses in the global broadcast industry.
DMCii is a UK-based supplier of remote sensing data products and services for international Earth Observation (EO) markets. DMCii supplies programmed and archived optical satellite imagery provided by the multi-satellite Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC). DMCii’s data is primarily used in a wide variety of commercial and government applications including agriculture, forestry and environmental mapping, which benefit from reliable high temporal resolution optical imagery.
In partnership with the UK Space Agency and the other DMC member nations (Algeria, China, Nigeria, Turkey and Spain), DMCii works with the International Charter ‘Space and Major Disasters’ to provide free satellite imagery for humanitarian use in the event of major international disasters such as tsunamis, hurricanes, fires and flooding.
DMCii was formed in October 2004 and is a subsidiary of Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL), the world leader in small satellite technology. SSTL designed and built the DMC with the support of the UK Space Agency and in conjunction with the other DMC Consortium member nations listed above.
DMCii is not affiliated in any way with Intergraph Corp., Z/I Imaging Corp., or their registered trademark DMC.