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A South African small satellite component manufacturer just improved their standing and export capabilities to world markets in a pact signed with a US counterpart.
A new collaborative relationship has been announced between the Institute for Environmental Analytics (IEA) and one of the world’s largest IT services providers, CGI.
© SpaceNews. PARIS — The Luxembourg government has agreed to purchase up to 49 percent of the equity in asteroid-mining company Planetary Resources’ Luxembourg operations as part of the effort to make Luxembourg the nexus of space-based resource exploitation, an industry official said.
A South African small satellite component manufacturer just improved its standing and export capabilities to world markets in a pact signed with a USA counterpart.
June 13, 2016, Airbus Defence and Space formally introduced its One Atlas, One Tasking initiatives to help make satellite data access and procurement easier and more efficient for users. In a Web event hosted by Rob Postma, the company’s regional sales director for GEO-Intelligence, details of the upcoming programs were revealed.
There’s a growing movement to harness more modern technology in agriculture, whether it’s learning from data science or implementing autonomous robots into the fields—both of which we saw at the recent AgBot Challenge. Unsurprisingly, the industry’s mega-corporations want a piece of the action.
EARSC and The Green Land, investigated the benefits brought by the use of satellite imagery in monitoring pipelines in the Netherlands.
UrtheCast Receives $5 Million Canada Technology Development Program Award Towards OptiSAR™ Constellation
UrtheCast Corp. (TSX:UR) (“UrtheCast” or the “Company”) announces it will receive $5.0 million in Government of Canada
26th May 2016 – Westminster, London: Earth-i (www.earthi.space), the innovative UK-based distributor of image and data services from the DMC3 / TripleSat satellite constellation, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with space technology and enabled services specialist, Telespazio VEGA.
(by Alan Boyle on May 26, 2016)
Airbus Defense and Space and Hexagon Geospatial have signed an agreement for a content-sharing program that will enable Hexagon Smart M.App developers and end-users to access and benefit from Airbus Defense and Space’ Earth observation data. This content is now available through the Smart M.App platform, including new and archive very-high and high resolution optical imagery products from Pléiades (50cm) and SPOT (1.5m) satellites.
UrtheCast Announces Invitation to Discuss Potential U.S. Partnership to Serve U.S. Government Customers and Plans to Issue Request for Information (RFI)
VANCOUVER, May 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ – UrtheCast Corp. (TSX:UR) (“UrtheCast” or the “Company”) today announced the planned release of a Request for Information (RFI) to U.S. companies interested in a potential long-term strategic partnership with UrtheCast by being the direct channel for data services from UrtheCast’s planned OptiSAR™ Constellation, as well as its proposed UrtheDaily™ Constellation concept, to U.S. Government customers.
Technological Advances in Satellite Imagery Will Drive the Satellite-based Earth Observation Market in Europe Through 2020, Says Technavio
ON—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Technavio analysts forecast the satellite-based Earth observation (EO) market in Europe to grow at a CAGR of approximately 15.65% during the forecast period, according to their latest report.
In 2015, Spaceflight wanted to expand its ground station network to New Zealand. New opportunities for Earth Observation have the potential to affect many aspects of our lives, with applications ranging from weather monitoring to disaster control, space research, oil & gas exploration and defense intelligence.
(By Dr. Peter Hausknecht, Chief Scientist, Earth-i) The SS Torrey Canyon is not a name many will remember—in the spring of 1967, this fully laden oil tanker was navigating toward the docks at Milford Haven in South Wales.