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Planetek Italia

May 17, 2017

Eni to Utilize Earth Observation Satellite Data and Services Provided by Planetek Italia and Airbus

Bari, Italia –  Planetek Italia and Airbus Defence and Space have been awarded a contract for the supply of high-resolution Earth observation imagery and services by Eni, the Italian multinational oil and gas company. With the data and services provided, Eni will have actionable information at hand to improve their wide range of onshore and

February 2, 2017

Planetek Italia Joins Deimos Imaging Reseller Network

Planetek Italia is very glad to announce that is now an authorized distributor of Deimos Imaging, high-resolution world imagery solutions to customers in Italy. With this agreement, Planetek Italia will enrich its capacity to offer remotely sensed satellite products and value added services, by adding DEIMOS-1 and DEIMOS-2 satellite data to its list of widely

August 29, 2016

Planetek Italia and European Space Imaging Support Earthquake Emergency Operations with Very High-Resolution Satellite Images

European Space Imaging and its long-term partner Planetek Italia sprang into action to support disaster relief efforts by supplying the first available very high-resolution satellite imagery to emergency services and the media just hours after the recent earthquake struck Italy. The imagery was captured by the WorldView-2 satellite over the affected region showing the extent