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February 16, 2016

AZO Brings “Big Data from Space” to this Year Mobile World Congress 2016

Five startup companies will present their game changing Earth observation services delivered by the European Copernicus programme on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform at the SAP booth at Mobile Word Congress (MWC 2016). Earth observation data provides crucial economic and ecological information to an array of industry. Sectors ranging from energy, transport, logistics and construction

February 9, 2016

South West Water Looks to Rezatec to Provide Satellite-Derived Data Analytics to Understand Location, Structure and Function of Peatland on Bodmin Moor

Harwell, Oxfordshire, 9th February 2016 – Rezatec has been using cutting edge Earth Observation techniques to assist South West Water on a project to map and understand the condition of its peatlands. South West Water is working with partners in its Upstream Thinking Programme to improve drinking water quality and reduce treatment costs through improved

February 9, 2016

Creating a European Marketplace for Earth Observation Services

We are pleased to announce the release of the EARSC position paper around the development of a European Marketplace for EO services as a leverage for the exploitation of Copernicus data and services alongside commercial offerings. A European Marketplace for EO Services will enable companies to offer new products and services building upon those coming

February 1, 2016

SSL to Build Six Low Earth Orbit Satellites for Earth Observation

Space Systems/Loral (SSL), a leading provider of commercial satellites, today announced it was awarded a contract by an undisclosed customer to build six satellites for an advanced constellation of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites for Earth imaging. "Our new manufacturing facility dedicated to small satellite production allows customers to harness the capabilities of commercial practices,"

January 28, 2016

DigitalGlobe Receives Early Commitments for WorldView-4 Satellite Capacity

WESTMINSTER, Colo.— DigitalGlobe, Inc. (NYSE: DGI), a leading global provider of commercial high-resolution earth observation and advanced geospatial solutions, today announced its third customer commitment for direct access capacity on the WorldView-4 satellite, which is expected to begin commercial operations in early 2017 following its launch in September. Since the end of the third quarter

January 20, 2016

World View to Launch from Spaceport Tucson, Arizona

TUCSON, AZ - Arizona is poised to become a hub for the space tech industry, as World View - the commercial balloon spaceflight company - today announced that Tucson will become home to its global headquarters, conducting launches from Spaceport Tucson. The announcement follows today's affirmative vote on a public-private partnership with World View and

December 29, 2015

UrtheCast Announces Wade Larson as CEO

Announced on Dec. 9, 2015, Wade Larson has accepted the role as UrtheCast’s Chief Executive Officer, in addition to his roles as President and COO. As a co-founder of UrtheCast five years ago, Wade developed the original vision behind the company. He has over 20 years of space sector experience with the Canadian Space Agency, MacDonald, Dettwiler

December 29, 2015

China Launches High-Resolution Earth Observation Satellite

China launched a geosynchronous high-resolution Earth observation satellite, Gaofen-4, from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in the southwestern province of Sichuan at 00:04 a.m. (local time) aboard a Long March-3B carrier rocket. The satellite will provide images and data for weather forecasting, forest monitoring, disaster recovery and other missions. Gaofen-4 is China's first geosynchronous orbit HD

December 14, 2015

ESSC Statement on Climate Change

The European Space Sciences Committee (ESSC) supports the Article (2) agreement on climate change of the Declaration of the '2015 Budapest World Science Forum on the enabling power of science' urges such a universal agreement aiming at stabilising atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases and reducing the amount of airborne particles. The ESSC encourages countries to

December 11, 2015

Missile guiDance Technology Could Help Save Canada’s Last Intact Boreal Forests

SCOTLAND, December 11, 2015 — Earth observation big data analytics company Global Surface Intelligence (GSi) has harnessed its machine learning software - developed in part from missile guidance systems - to help protect the virgin forest of the indigenous Cree First Nation of Waswanipi people of Broadback Valley in Quebec. GSi is providing its revolutionary technology for

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