Upcoming events

October 23, 2017

Washington DC , USA
23 October 2017 — 27 October 2017

October 24, 2017

Bremen , Germany
24 October 2017 — 26 October 2017

October 25, 2017

October 26, 2017

Bucharest , Romania
26 October 2017 — 27 October 2017

October 30, 2017

Venice and Padova , Italy
30 October 2017 — 31 October 2017

October 31, 2017

London , United Kingdom
31 October 2017 —  1 November 2017

November 02, 2017

IEOS2017 and Copernicus Training and Information Session
Kildare , Ireland
2 November 2017 —  3 November 2017

November 03, 2017

Tallinn , Estonia
3 November 2017 —  9 November 2017
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UrtheCast and e-GEOS collaborate to offer unique optical and SAR products


UrtheCast Corp., its subsidiary Deimos Imaging and e-GEOS (a company owned by Telespazio and the Italian Space Agency) today announced a strategic partnership to offer a unique combination of joint optical and radar sensors with ground stations.

Spacemetric and Simularity demonstrate automated anomaly detection on satellite and UAS imagery


In today’s world where image data is abundant, the scarce resource in imagery intelligence is analyst capacity. Spacemetric and Simularity joined their respective Keystone and AI-ADS technologies to demonstrate how automated image registration and artificial intelligence techniques are disruptive technologies in change detection.

EARSC is Professional Society Partner at GWF2018


Geospatial World Forum (GWF) is the global flagship event produced and organized by Geospatial Media and Communications. The conference will be held next 15-19 January 2018 in Hyderabad, India. EARSC is a Professional society partner of the event.

EuroGEOSS: Tailoring Earth Observation services to Europe's needs


EuroGEOSS launch event will take place on Monday 23 October 2017 from 16:30 – 18:30 in Washington DC as part of GEO-XIV Plenary Side Events.

ESA takes the rains of the Disasters Charter


(16 October 2017) When disaster strikes, a group of international space agencies pools its resources and expertise to support relief efforts on the ground. For the next six months, ESA will be leading the International Charter Space and Major Disasters as it brings information from satellites to the aid of the vulnerable.

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