October 23, 2017
Beijing , China
23 October 2017 — 25 October 2017
Washington DC , USA
23 October 2017 — 27 October 2017
October 24, 2017
Bremen , Germany
24 October 2017 — 26 October 2017
October 25, 2017
25 October 2017
October 26, 2017
Bucharest , Romania
26 October 2017 — 27 October 2017
October 30, 2017
Venice and Padova , Italy
30 October 2017 — 31 October 2017
Samara , Russia
30 October 2017 — 2 November 2017
October 31, 2017
London , United Kingdom
31 October 2017 — 1 November 2017
November 02, 2017
Kildare , Ireland
2 November 2017 — 3 November 2017
November 03, 2017
3 November 2017
Tallinn , Estonia
3 November 2017 — 9 November 2017
November 06, 2017
Stockholm , Sweden
6 November 2017 — 8 November 2017
November 07, 2017
Brussels , Belgium
7 November 2017 — 8 November 2017
Hinxton, Cambridge , United Kingdom
7 November 2017
Maryland , USA
7 November 2017 — 9 November 2017
(3 October 2017 – ESA) From the barren Sahara to lush jungles, the first high-resolution map classifying land cover types on the entire African continent has been released.
Healthy land and rich soils are crucial for sustainable agriculture. With farmAR, a pioneering idea of using virtual reality based on Earth observation (EO) satellite imagery for an agricultural app, Beril Sirmacek was a finalist in the Copernicus Masters DLR Environment, Energy and Health Challenge in 2016.
(Munich, 02/10/17) European Space Imaging have partnered with eoVision to produce a book entirely comprised of satellite imagery showcasing the diversity of Europe as seen from space
Ottobrunn/Dresden, 18 Sep. 2017. IABG’s Geodata Factory, established in Dresden in November 2007, can meanwhile look back on a successful first decade. Its launch was part of a large-scale assignment that included the processing of world-wide geo data for the German Federal Armed Forces.
13 September 2017 – An online portal providing fast access to high quality water depth
data went live today.
The production of Airbus’ four new very high resolution satellites, which together will form the Pleiades Neo constellation, is well on schedule for launch in 2020.
VisioTerra has developed the “Sentinel Vision Portal” enabling European Space Agency (ESA) staff to get the best of Sentinel data. Since March 20, 2017 VisioTerra edits 4 times a week “stories” showing the smiles or injuries of the Earth
(5 September 2017) Despite the welcome showers at the weekend, abnormally low soil-moisture conditions persist in central Italy. Scientists are using satellite data to monitor the drought that has gripped the country.
Speedy delivery and quality imagery mark European Space Imaging’s acquistions for EU’s CAP.
(By Kendall Russell | August 30, 2017) Although the global repository of Earth Observation (EO) imagery continues to grow, the means by which developers can turn that data into value are arguably less abundant. To address this demand, young software company SkyWatch has established a new cloud-based system called EarthCache that opens the door for developers to create new applications and products based on remote sensing data.
(By Kendall Russell | August 28, 2017) Ursa Space System, with support of satellite images furnished by e-Geos, a subsidiary of the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and Telespazio, is monitoring areas affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
Chantilly, VA, 28 August 2017 – Airbus Defence and Space has entered into an agreement with the GIS mapping engine operator Satshot to provide high-resolution SPOT 6/7 satellite data over a large area of the corn and wheat belt within the continental United States. SPOT 6/7 data is integrated into the Satshot platform, which can be used for deep analysis of specific farmland for further improved operations and efficiency.
(© European Space Imaging, Munich, 28/08/17) On Wednesday August 23rd a huge chunk broke off the side of a mountain in Bondo, in the southern Swiss Alps, at speeds of more than 250km/h. It is suspected that the resulting landslide swept away eight hikers.
(17 August 2017) For the first time in India, a state government is using satellites to assess lost crops so that farmers can benefit from speedy insurance payouts.
(Edinburgh, July 2017) Brainnwave understands, that if people are going to make better decisions then they must have quick and simple access to the data they need, at the time they need them. This insight has driven the Edinburgh-based team of young entrepreneurs, data scientists, machine learning and software engineers and user-experience (UX) designers, to create a platform that removes any barriers between data suppliers and end-users.