September 24, 2019
Brussels , Belgium
24 September 2019 — 26 September 2019
October 02, 2019
2 October 2019 — 4 October 2019
October 09, 2019
Rome , Italy
9 October 2019 — 10 October 2019
October 10, 2019
Sousse, Tunisia ,
10 October 2019 — 13 October 2019
November 04, 2019
Canberra, Australia ,
4 November 2019 — 9 November 2019
November 18, 2019
ESRIN, Frascati , Italy
18 November 2019 — 22 November 2019
December 04, 2019
Marseille , France
4 December 2019
April 20, 2020
20 April 2020 — 24 April 2020
October 18, 2020
18 October 2020 — 21 October 2020
The European Space Agency (ESA) is offering support to companies to assess the viability of commercial space-based services in response to climate change to meet the demands of particular user communities.
This book was realised under the auspices of the “Institut Français de l’Histoire de l’Espace” (IFHE) and is entitled « Observation spatiale de la Terre – Optique et Radar- La France et l’Europe pionnières ». It provides a comprehensive overview over a period of 50 years (1965-2015) of Earth observation activities and applications performed in Europe.
The Autumn 2017 edition of EOmag! is out! Enjoy your reading and the new design!
(10-12 October) The event for any company or organisation looking for more accurate and next-generation weather forecasting and climate-change measurement technologies and services.
(By Flavie Halais, October 2017)
(20 September 2017) British satellite company Earth-i today announced a range of new senior appointments to help with the company’s rapid growth as it cements its position at the forefront of the commercialisation of space and the rapid evolution of the New Space market.
Guildford, 18 September 2017 – Airbus Defence and Space in partnership with Digital Catapult NI, Invest Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Space Office launches a new space challenge to encourage Northern Ireland small and medium-sized enterprises and research institutions to generate new business opportunities using satellite imagery. The development of these new applications can range e.g. from fishing and farming to urban planning and traffic management, and should contribute to a sustainable society. The winner will be allowed to secure satellite imagery worth €20,000 from Airbus-owned or operated Earth observation satellite systems.
One of the many facilities of ISRO across the country, the Space Applications Centre in Ahmedabad has come up with an algorithm that clears the haze from images captured by Earth observation satellites such as the CartoSat series of satellites.
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.
The Objective of this ITT is to develop an on-line Marketplace for the EO Service sector, as defined by EARSC study (MAEOS). Known as eoMALL, the platform will enable the interactive promotion of downstream EO-based products services focused on the needs of a global user-base. Specific attention will be given to 2 or 3 market segments with customer stakeholder involvement to ensure a use-oriented solution.
EARSC has recently developed its Internationalisation Strategy and one of its objectives is to support our members by opening up new market opportunities. In other words, EARSC would like to help developing the market for the commercial products and services. This includes new commercial market sectors and new export possibilities linked to national needs in countries outside Europe.
Marc Tondriaux, President of the EUGENIUS association, shares with our readers the vitality of the emerging Copernicus eco-system.
Following the great success of previous years, EARSC is pleased to announce the 2017 European EO Services Company Achievement award.
Earth observation for decision-making is the subject of a new report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development .
An increasing awareness is emerging that, although extremely useful in a large pool of applications, space-based sensing, alone, is not sufficient to reach the desired accuracy, reliability, precision, and especially completeness of data requested in some cases.