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GAF AG looks back at 20 years of handling Indian Earth observation satellite data in Neustrelitz

(Neustrelitz, Germany October 4, 2016) This year marks the 20th anniversary of signing an agreement with Antrix, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), to receive and distribute Indian EO satellite data on an exclusive basis for European customers.

EGI & Terradue: a better Cloud service for science

The European Grid Infrastructure is proud to announce new agreement (SLA) between a group of EGI Resource Centres and Terradue Srl, a leading company in delivering e-Infrastructures for earth sciences. 

“One Atlas” – Airbus Defence and Space Launches the World’s Freshest Satellite Image Library

Airbus Defence and Space has launched One Atlas, a new satellite image basemap, which covers the earth landmasses with professional grade imagery. Available online 24/7 and refreshed within a 12-month period, One Atlas provides customers with easy access to cost effective, high-quality and homogeneous imagery.

European Space Imaging partner in newly launched MARSAT consortium

Munich, 15/09/16
MARSAT consortium announced it is ready to provide innovative space-based applications using satellite-derived information for the maritime and coastal industry. MARSAT’s main goal is to create integrated satellite-based services to improve safety and efficiency in shipping, offshore industries, emergency response and rescue operations.

Earth Observation Manufacturing, Data Markets Continue Expansion

(Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, September 15, 2016) – According to the 9th edition of Euroconsult’s report, Satellite-Based Earth Observation, Market Prospects to 2025, due to be published in the coming weeks, 163 satellites (>50kg) were launched for civil and commercial Earth observation (excluding meteorology) over 2006-2015. These were launched for entities in 35 countries and generated $18.4 billion in manufacturing market revenues. Most of these satellites were launched by government operators to support policy objectives spanning climate change, sustainable development and industrial support. In addition, EO remains the primary application for emerging space programs; growing funding into these programs is a key driver for overall investment growth. In 2015 civil government investment topped $10 billion for the first time.

TRE ALTAMIRA World leader in displacement monitoring services with satellite radar data

This website is part of the merging process of TRE and ALTAMIRA INFORMATION to form TRE ALTAMIRA, the largest InSAR group worldwide, with over 15 years’ experience in InSAR operations.

Airbus DS launches satellite tasking service for oil, gas and mining users

Airbus Defence and Space launched its latest development in satellite imagery acquisition and distribution, One Tasking. Representing a major step change, One Tasking offers customers working in oil, gas and mining the most intuitive and cost-effective way to rapidly task an Airbus Defence and Space satellite – all from the comfort of their own desk or when out in the field.

NEUROPUBLIC is officially a member of GODAN

NEUROPUBLIC is officially a member of GODAN (Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition), a global initiative which supports the proactive sharing of open data to make information about agriculture and nutrition available, accessible and usable to deal with the urgent challenge of ensuring world food security. NEUROPUBLIC designs and develops Smart Farming services which are based on different data types, including open satellite data available through the Copernicus program of the European Space Agency). Through its smart farming services, NEUROPUBLIC aims to lower the cost of food production thus making food more accessible to everyone.

GAF establishes Geo-Data Information Management System for Sierra Leone

GAF AG is pleased to announce the successful implementation of the Geo-Data Information Management System (GIMS) for Sierra Leone. GIMS has now been officially launched by the Ministry of Mines and Mineral Resources and the National Minerals Agency (NMA). With this new information system, Sierra Leone is taking an important step towards further developing its mining sector.

Spain cancels SAR satellite launch contract with Russian company

After an eighteen-month delay and convinced that Russia’s President Putin isn’t going to give the green light it needs, Spain’s Hisdesat – a joint venture between satellite company Hispasat and the Defense Ministry – has decided to cancel its contract with Russia’s Cosmotrans to launch Paz, a new military Earth radar observation satellite, say sector sources.

20 New Countries to Invest in Space Programs by 2025

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, July 19, 2016 – According to Euroconsult’s latest report, Trends & Prospects for Emerging Space Programs==, 24 countries are identified as emerging space programs (ESPs) in 2015 having launched a total of 69 satellites in the last 20 years. As satellite technology has become more accessible and affordable, the number of countries investing in their first satellite system has increased dramatically. 2015 set an all-time record with nine satellites launched, confirming the dynamism of this market.

Airbus Defence and Space Launches “One Tasking”, Defining a New Level of Customer Centric Services for Satellite imagery Acquisition and Delivery

Airbus Defence and Space launched its latest development in satellite imagery acquisition and distribution, One Tasking. Representing a major step change, One Tasking offers customers the most intuitive and cost-effective way to rapidly task an Airbus Defence and Space’s satellite – all from the comfort of their own desk.

EARTH-i and what3words keep an eye on the Farnborough International Airshow from above

EARTH-i (www.earthi.space), the innovative British distributor of Earth Observation and information services has joined forces with what3words to provide the organisers of the Farnborough International Airshow with an up-to-date map of the entire area, for use during the show. With a simple three-word address of every 3m x 3m square of the airfield and exhibition site, this can then be used to manage logistics, visitor direction and emergency response efforts. The joint application with what3words comes as Earth-i attends the show for the first time.

ReSAC and Biodiversity and Ecosystems projects

ReSAC participation in two projects, which are financed by Program BG03 “Biodiversity and Ecosystems” and co-financed by the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area (EEA FM 2009-2014)

$22 billion market value for small satellites over next ten years

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, July 7, 2016 – According to Euroconsult’s latest report, Prospects for the Small Satellite Market, we are on the cusp of a major revolution for the space sector and overall space ecosystem, as more than 3,600 smallsats are expected to be launched over the next ten years, a significant increase from the previous decade. The total market value of these satellites is anticipated to be $22 billion (manufacture and launch), a 76% increase over that of 2006-2015. This rate of growth is unprecedented for the space sector and will bring about fundamental changes as both new and established industry players attempt to increase their capabilities in order to gain market share.

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