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Calgary, Canada ,
24 August 2020 — 29 August 2020
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EICC in Edinburgh , United Kingdom
21 September 2020 — 24 September 2020
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Frascati , Italy
28 September 2020 — 2 October 2020
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Brussels , Belgium
8 October 2020
October 13, 2020
13 October 2020 — 15 October 2020
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18 October 2020 — 21 October 2020
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Tunis, Tunisia ,
20 October 2020 — 22 October 2020
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Kigali, Rwanda ,
26 October 2020 — 30 October 2020
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Port Elizabeth ,
2 November 2020 — 5 November 2020
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Bonn , Germany
7 December 2020 — 11 December 2020
According to aerial surveys conducted by the U.S. Forest Service in summer 2015, the recent California drought resulted in millions of dead trees, mainly in the state’s Sierra Nevada mountain regions. NASA researchers found that years of California’s drought conditions, however, have not slowed the regrowth of tree and shrub cover in some areas burned by wildfires.
(Munich, 24/05/16) Researchers in Greece reveal that using satellite imagery can improve the quality of wine and help manage the grape harvest.
(Munich, April 25, 2016) The Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining in Malawi is establishing a Geological Data Management Information System (GDMIS). GAF has been awarded a contract to design and implement the system at the Geological Survey Department (GSD) in Zomba.
Orbit Logic has announced that their SpyMeSatGov iPhone app is now available on the Geoint App Store for any U.S. government or authorized user. SpyMeSatGov provides real-time imaging satellite awareness and on-demand access to EnhancedView commercial satellite imagery archives.
GEOINT attendees get sneak peak of the new Conflict Atlas product from IHS Jane’s and Airbus Defence and Space
PHAROS – successful demonstration of a system solution for catastrophe management during forest fires in Catalonia
12 May 2016
The UK arm of Airbus Defence and Space UK has won the contract to build ESA’s Biomass satellite
NTT DATA and the Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan (RESTEC) have announced that their global digital 3D map service, AW3DTM, became the world’s first five-meter-resolution 3D map covering all global land spaces, including Antarctica.
A Practical Guide for the use of Earth Observation DataA Practical Guide for the use of Earth Observation Data
Europe’s Sentinel-1A satellite has shown that the Mekong River Delta – one of the world’s major rice-growing areas – saw a significant drop in productivity over the past year, illustrating the effect of El Nino on food security. Since the end of 2015, dry conditions associated with El Nino have strongly affected South East Asia, leading to severe drought, in particular in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta.
Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service is pleased to deliver a New Service Release from 13 April 2016.
MDA to provide additional direct access ground station solutions for DigitalGlobe's satellite constellation
RICHMOND, BC, March 29, 2016 /CNW/ – MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (“MDA” or the “Company”) (TSX:MDA), a global communications and information company, today announced that it has been awarded two contracts with a total value of several million dollars from DigitalGlobe Inc. to provide new ground station solutions to two international customers. The ground stations will receive and process imagery and data from DigitalGlobe’s satellite constellation, and are also configurable to receive and process data from the RADARSAT-2 Synthetic Aperture Radar satellite, enabling future integration of electro-optical and radar imagery capabilities.
In 2011, eLEAF received funding from the Western Cape Department of Agriculture, Hortgro and ESA to start the FruitLook project. The purpose of this project is to provide farmers with an improved knowledge of water and crop management for fruit and wine producing areas of the Western Cape.
(Paris, France – March 15, 2016 )Leading UK Experts Join Forces to Develop Unique Solutions for Transport Operators.
Since the SPOT 1 launch thirty years ago, SPOT satellites have covered the land area of the Earth more than 700 times, setting a world record for spatial observation