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RapidEye

May 10, 2015

BlackBridge to Provide RapidEye Imagery to the Climate Corp for Precision Agriculture

May 8, 2015—BlackBridge recently announced that it has entered into an agreement with The Climate Corporation to provide RapidEye imagery of the major agricultural areas across the U.S. for use in The Climate Corporation's products and services for farmers. This imagery is part of the BlackBridge Monitoring Program for Agriculture that has been running in

February 11, 2015

BlackBridge’s RapidEye Imagery Now Available in New Global Precision Agriculture Markets through Farmers Edge

Lethbridge, Alberta, Feb. 10, 2015—BlackBridge is pleased to announce an agreement to expand the use of RapidEye high-resolution satellite imagery within the Farmers Edge precision agriculture platform. BlackBridge and Farmers Edige, a leader in precision agriculture and data management solutions, have entered into a long-term contract, which grants Farmers Edge access to historical and cropping

December 9, 2014

Agrian Users Gain RapidEye Imagery Access

Dec. 9, 2014—Agrian Inc. announced today that beginning in January 2015, Agrian users will have access to all current and historical BlackBridge satellite imagery available through the BlackBridge Agriculture Monitoring Service in the U.S. and Canada—for a nominal fee. The new partnership gives Agrian the ability to leverage BlackBridge’s RapidEye constellation of five identical satellites

November 25, 2014

BlackBridge Partners with Alaska Aerospace Corporation

BERLIN, Nov. 25, 2014—Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) has signed a multiple-year distribution agreement with BlackBridge for its RapidEye multispectral imagery. Imagery sales will be primarily focused on the state of Alaska. Craig Campbell, president and CEO of AAC, had this to say about the agreement, “I could not be more pleased to announce our partnership in