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data processing

February 25, 2016

ESA and SAP Cooperate in Using Satellite Data

Feb. 25, 2016—ESA and the software company SAP have signed a letter of intent to develop innovative approaches for the quick and efficient processing of large amounts of Earth observation data through access to processing platforms.The amount of data from ESA satellites – in particular the Sentinels for Europe’s Copernicus programme – is a challenge

August 14, 2015

Real Earth Partners with Velodyne to Lower Cost of Entry for Creating High Res LiDAR Maps

MORGAN HILL, Calif. and PITTSBURGH, Penn., Aug. 13, 2015—In a move aimed at stimulating the growth of new mapping applications, Real Earth (http://realearth.us) has partnered with Velodyne LiDAR to lower the cost of entry for creation of high quality LiDAR-sourced maps – without reliance on GPS. As part of the collaboration, Real Earth will offer users

January 20, 2015

Agribotix Launches First On-Demand Data Processing Platform for Agricultural Drones

BOULDER, Colo., Jan. 19, 2015—Imagine being a farmer in the 21st century: Crop prices are highly variable, the climate is changing and global population growth demands higher yields from fewer cultivated acres. This is the new era of farming, where "precision agriculture" practices offer a new approach to crop management, one that wrings out waste