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During the last three years from January 2012-Februrary 2015, India has successfully launched 24 satellites consisting of 11 Indian satellites and 13 foreign satellites and is currently under action for further development of 26 satellites indigenously
[SatNews] The recent launch of a Japanese radar satellite (IGS-5) on an H-2A rocket is the latest indication that seeing through clouds at any time of the day is a continuing trend.
A team from the National Center of Meteorology and Seismology (NCMS), headed by Executive Director H.E. Dr. Abdullah Ahmed Mandoos were received at The Emirates Institution for Advanced Science and Technology (EIAST) and met with the institution’s executives headed by H.E. Yousuf Al Shaibani, Director General of EIAST. The NCMS delegation expressed their interest in collaborating with EIAST on satellite systems and technology specific to the field of meteorology.
DigitalGlobe, Inc. (DGI), a leading global provider of high-resolution earth imagery and geospatial solutions, today announced an agreement to provide another innovative commercial customer with access to its Geospatial Big Data (GBD) platform, paving the way for new analytic products serving the insurance, forestry, oil and gas, and mining industries.
Stesalit Systems Ltd and SkyMap Global Pte. Ltd. Have Announced Today a Comprehensive Five-year Global Strategic Partnership Incorporating Capabilities of Both the Companies to Distribute a Full Range of Value Added Products and Services
The space industry appears to be edging towards increased privatization. How will this change the industry and how will the European space sector adapt to this brave new world? Speakers gathered at last week’s Seventh Annual Conference on European Space Policy to discuss the issue.
(2 February 2015) Wilbur-Ellis Company has reached an agreement with Planet Labs to bring satellite imagery to the AgVerdict software platform, Wilbur-Ellis’ industry leading technology in agricultural data usage.
EARSC Blog by Geoff Sawyer, January 2015: For the last 2 days I have been at the annual space policy conference in Brussels. As usual it has proven to be a very useful event to gather the thoughts of the political influencers and deciders but also to meet with so many friends in the space and Brussels communities. Several messages emerge for me which I wish to capture and share.
[SatNews] As the New Year brings a whole set of expectations, one of the key measurements will be the expectation that commercially-available very high resolution imagery will help EO users ‘see more’.
[Via Satellite 12-29-2014] Satellogic, a startup company founded in Palo Alto, California with offices around the world, has finalized plans for its first wave of satellites to begin launching in the second half of 2015. The company finished the preliminary design review this month and plans to begin manufacturing in early January.
Key trends and indicators on supply & demand of the world commercial satellite industry
DATA-mining specialist Global Surface Intelligence (GSi) says it is “encouraged” to have secured second-round funding totalling £775,000, which it will use to speed up its growth plans and taking investment in it since February last year to £1.2 million.
[Via Satellite 12-18-2014] As a result of its annual satellite life review, DigitalGlobe will extend the useful lives of two of its satellites: WorldView 1 and WorldView 2. The company has also assigned an initial useful life to its newest satellite, WorldView 3 that is slightly longer than the original use lives assigned to its two predecessors.
DigitalGlobe, Inc. (NYSE: DGI), a leading global provider of commercial high-resolution earth observation and advanced geospatial solutions, announced today that its Board of Directors has authorized an additional $130 million share repurchase through the end of 2015, raising the total authorization to $205 million from $75 million. The company may repurchase shares in the open market or in privately negotiated transactions, including through accelerated share repurchase transactions or under a Rule 10b5-1 plan.
Airbus Defence and Space and PASCO CORPORATION Reinforce their Cooperation in Satellite Data Distribution
- PASCO CORPORATION will be equipped with a SPOT Direct Receiving Station (DRS) to distribute SPOT 6 and 7 satellite data in Japan
- PASCO CORPORATION acquires Tokyo Spot Image KK, a 100% subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space