Airbus’ Solar Orbiter in the final stages of integration in Stevenage, UK, and ready for full system electrical testing. By next eclipse it will be en route to its close-up encounter with our sun!
Imagery, earth imaging and remote sensing
Today, for the first time, EarthCam’s live webcams followed the totality of the solar eclipse throughout the United States. EarthCam traveled to the heart of Nashville, TN to broadcast the historic event, where the solar eclipse was visible at 100% obscuration. EarthCam compiled this exclusive footage and is sharing for everyone to enjoy.
DigitalGlobe Announces Four-Year Direct Access Contract with the Australian Department of Defence for Real-time Access to the World’s Highest-Resolution Commercial Satellite Imagery
Latest imagery collection covers U.S., Canada, Europe, plans include territories, cities
DENVER, Colorado, USA, 8 August 2017 – TCarta Marine has made the world’s most dynamic environments easier to monitor and manage with the introduction of its new multi-scale Shoreline Products. Offered in GIS-ready vector format, the Shoreline data sets are derived from satellite imagery and accurately delineate mean sea level for the land-water interface at coastal areas […]
FAIRFAX, Virginia, USA / WILNSDORF, Germany, 26 July 2017 – Icaros Inc., a leading provider of aerial imaging software, is pleased to announce that version 5.1 of OneButton™ Standard and Professional image processing software for unmanned aerial systems (drones) contains advanced algorithms to process Thermal IR images from Radiometric microbolometer sensors.
How do you keep track of changing forest cover when nearly a tenth of the world’s forests are located within your borders? It’s a big question in Canada, where forests are a key economic resource.
On May 23, 2017, GHGSat Inc. unveiled sample imagery from its demonstration satellite, Claire (or GHGSat-D), which has detected emissions of methane from a hydroelectric facility under construction in Africa. GHGSat’s vision is to become the global reference for remote sensing of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from industrial sites, using satellite technology.
Ireland is preparing to launch its first ever satellite in space, with the help of Queen’s University Belfast.
Clermont-Ferrand, France – 26 April 2017 – The French company PlanetObserver, supplier of geospatial data for all civil and military visualization and simulation applications, and GIS solutions, announces the release of PlanetSAT Global #2017, the unique seamless and global imagery basemap processed with fresh and cloud-free satellite images.