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Climate Engineer SCISYS Deutschland


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For the location in Darmstadt (Germany) we are looking for a Climate Engineer for the EU project Quality Assurance and Essential Climate Variables at EUMETSAT.

China Launches Second Disaster Relief Satellite


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Kuaizhou II, also known as Speedy Vehicle II, will monitor natural disasters and provide disaster relief information. Kuaizhou I was launched last year in September with the same mission.

BlackBridge Partners with Alaska Aerospace Corporation


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Berlin, November 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.

A hand in Singapore's first satellite of its kind


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The satellite and natural resources industries, which the Economic Development Board is nurturing, are growth areas with good career prospects. In the sixth of a seven-part series, Arti Mulchand talks to three people – one involved in making a satellite and two who deal with natural resources.

OGP’s EO Subcommittee


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Earth Observation (EO) can provide a number of geospatial information layers that can be used and re-used throughout a project life-cycle. To maximise the use of the geospatial information common standards are required to ensure standard delivery (format) and quality (consistent descriptions).


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