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Bucarest , Romania
24 March 2020 — 25 March 2020
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Amsterdam , Netherlands
7 April 2020 — 9 April 2020
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Zagreb , Croatia
2 June 2020 — 3 June 2020
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Brussels , Belgium
17 June 2020 — 18 June 2020
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EICC in Edinburgh , United Kingdom
21 September 2020 — 24 September 2020
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18 October 2020 — 21 October 2020
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Given the interest in free and open source solutions for geospatial within the community, an industry position to support a sustainable framework for the geospatial FOSS ecosystem will be elaborated. This survey is intended to gather data from the community.
We are pleased to inform the EO/GI community about the final version of the Space-Geospatial Sector Skills Strategy
The needs of the sector are constantly evolving, and we believe that helping the industry to find workers with the right skills and ensuring that they acquire the skills they need to find productive employment is key to the sector economic innovation, growth and competitiveness, therefore EO4GEO aims to define a long-term and sustainable strategy to fill the gap between supply of and demand for the EO/GI education and training.
(7 February 2018 – e-GEOS) e-GEOS, a joint venture of Telespazio (80%) and the Italian Space Agency (20%), strengthens its international presence with an important agreement signed in Australia for the supply of data generated by the Italian COSMO-SkyMed satellites.
Brussels, 14/12/2017 – The four suppliers for DIAS, the Copernicus Data and Information Access Service have been announced today.
Nov 14th, 2017 by Dallas Kasaboski, NSR.
Satellite imagery has traditionally been sold by the scene. Customers would look at certain criteria, and satellite operators would match their request with available archived or tasked images. Sales cycles were long, and the focus was on the quality and the resolution of the data.
Tallinn, Estonia, 7 November 2017 – FFSCat – providing complementary data to the Sentinel fleet –wins the 2017 Copernicus Masters, the international competition on innovative solutions for business and society based on Earth observation (EO) data.
TOKYO — Japan looks to offer companies free access to troves of satellite images starting in fiscal 2018, aiming to help with tasks such as inspecting infrastructure remotely and forecasting crop harvests.
(by Tereza Pultarova — September 15, 2017). PARIS — Earth-observation startups are investing in data analytics and machine learning to transform raw satellite data into marketable insights they say have the potential to be every bit as indispensable to investors and business leaders as the up-to-the-second analytics they get from the likes of a $20,000-a-year Bloomberg terminal subscription.
(by Tereza Pultarova — September 14, 2017). PARIS — Providing a user-friendly experience together with in-depth understanding of customers’ needs will be key for the growth of Earth-observation data use in new markets in the upcoming years, according to industry leaders.
(Sept 2017) The PanGeo Alliance, the first global alliance of Earth Observation satellite operators, is pleased to announce Geoinformation Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus as the latest new member of the alliance. In addition, PanGeo is celebrating 3 years since its launch in Paris, as all the members gathered in the French capital to commemorate the formation of their collaboration and to evaluate its results and look to the future
(By Kendall Russell | August 30, 2017) Although the global repository of Earth Observation (EO) imagery continues to grow, the means by which developers can turn that data into value are arguably less abundant. To address this demand, young software company SkyWatch has established a new cloud-based system called EarthCache that opens the door for developers to create new applications and products based on remote sensing data.
We are very pleased to be able to present the results coming from the survey we conducted into the state and health of the European EO services industry. It has been an intensive exercise for us but we are pleased with the results. We are very grateful to all companies that have spent their time responding to our questions. The report is containing the principal industry statistics.
WASHINGTON — Planet has won a second contract to provide satellite imagery to the U.S. National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), beating out contenders UrtheCast, Orbital Insight and Sky Hawk Drone Services.
Geneva, Switzerland, and Washington, DC, USA – 14 June 2017. The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) through its Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT) and Radiant.Earth, have agreed to explore new Earth observation data innovations supporting humanitarian disaster management, global health, climate change, sustainable water management and cultural heritage.
(24 May 2017) ESA and BayWa AG are joining forces in an effort to advance the use of satellite data in farming.