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GeoVille GmbH - Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Specialist (m/f/d)


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GeoVille GmbH is a private sector enterprise and leader in satellite based environmental monitoring dedicated to providing value-added services related to Earth observation data and Geographic Information Systems. In more than 20 years of operation, GeoVille has established a broad international client base through more than 450 projects worldwide.

GeoVille GmbH - Geographer / Earth Scientist (m/f/d)


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GeoVille GmbH is a private sector enterprise and leader in satellite based environmental monitoring dedicated to providing value-added services related to Earth observation data and Geographic Information Systems. In more than 20 years of operation, GeoVille has established a broad international client base through more than 450 projects worldwide.

GeoVille - Senior Expert for Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Services


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GeoVille GmbH is a private sector enterprise and a leader in satellite based environmental monitoring dedicated to providing value-added services related to Earth observation data and Geographic Information Systems. In 20 years of operation GeoVille has established a broad international client base through more than 450 projects worldwide.

Latitudo 40’s News


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Petabytes of satellite imagery have become accessible at increasing resolution and lower cost, but despite these enormous technological advances, only a marginal part of the information contained in these images is actually used to support business processes, monitoring and prevention activities.

Copernicus Knowledge Hubs


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Authors: Barbara Riedler & Stefan Lang, Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS


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