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(by Jeff Foust — November 19, 2015) HOUSTON — A California company announced plans Nov. 19 to develop a constellation of small remote sensing satellites, entering a field that has become increasingly crowded in the last year.
Satnews] The recent spate of human tragedies orchestrated by terrorist organizations across the globe, from Paris to Mali, Beirut and the Sinai, has made one thing clear: the world is readying up for another long war.
[Via Satellite 11-18-2015] Two Silicon Valley companies, Aquila Space and Astro Digital, are readying for the launch of a two-part, 30-satellite Earth observation constellation next year. The companies are designing a constellation known as Landmapper, comprised of 10 Broad Coverage (BC) satellites and 20 High Definition (HD) satellites to increase the supply of imagery available to customers that are currently users of Landsat data.
[Via Satellite 11-19-2015] Business leaders across the satellite and space sector met in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 18 at the Atlantic Council’s “Space Race in Business Panel” to discuss how they plan to adapt for the evolving provision of services that require the space segment to acclimate to a new frontier. The panelists, including senior executives from Arianespace, Intelsat and Lockheed Martin, among others, discussed how their companies are working toward the shorter launch timelines and more affordable price points necessary to compete with “NewSpace” companies and introduce new systems and solutions in both commercial and government markets.
On October 30th 2015, TRE, the first spin-off company of Politecnico di Milano University, was officially acquired by the French group CLS (Collecte Localisation Satellites).
European Space Imaging reached again 100% collection success with VHR data supply to European Commission’s CwRS Campaign
(Munich, 06/11/15) European Space Imaging (EUSI) completed the 2015 Controls with Remote Sensing (CwRS) program for the European Commission (EC) with 100 % success rate. The Munich-based company collected and supplied very high resolution (VHR) satellite imagery over nearly half a million square kilometers and demonstrated again its capacity and reliability as Europe’s leading VHR data provider.
Euroconsult today announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with the World Space Risk Forum (WSRF) whereby Euroconsult will assist in the WSRF’s commitment to the creation of a comprehensive platform for the global space risk community.
Geoff Sawyer looks at what the latest EARSC survey reveals about how the earth observation services industry has been changing over the past few years
Government Space Programs: Strategic Outlook, Benchmarks & Forecasts is an in-depth assessment exploring all essential applications for government space programs. The research report provides unique insights and benchmarks for government agencies and industry players seeking opportunities in government space markets.It covers all major space applications, offering exclusive forecasts and analysis on government policies, strategies and expenditures at global and regional levels.
With every new constellation of satellites sent into space over the decades, carrying ever more powerful arrays of optical and radar sensors, the treasure trove of Earth observation (EO) data has been growing – and with the likes of NASA and the European Space Agency often giving it away, this vast and growing pool of information is now available to smaller organizations with modest budgets.
Double Luck - European Space Imaging High-Res Urban Challenge winner Building Radar is named Copernicus Master
Munich, 22.10.2015. It was a big night for the Munich start-up Building Radar GmbH, who provide a global, satellite-based online database for new construction projects, taking out two prizes in the international Earth observation competition Copernicus Masters. Firstly they won the European Space Imaging High-Res Urban Challenge then went on to be named this year’s overall winner becoming this year’s Copernicus Master.
Welcome to the Autumn 2015 edition of the EARSC EOMag!. Please follow the below link to read it all!
Below some of the magazine relevant articles:
- Editorial by our Secretary General
- Interview: Interview with 2015 EARSC Company Award winner, Peter Volk, Chief Executive Officer and Director of GAF AG
- Member profile: GAF AG: a one-stop shop for geo-information
- EOcalendar: Events