Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce released new regulations to improve the licensing process for private U.S. satellite remote sensing operations, helping ensure continued U.S. leadership in a critical commercial space industry.
Imagery, earth imaging and remote sensing
SAN FRANCISCO, May 14, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Earth Observant Inc. (EOI) announced the closure of its seed round in the first quarter of this year. Over the past 18 months, the company has been designing a constellation of low-flying satellites that leverage the team’s decades of experience developing propulsion systems and Earth imaging platforms.
Maxar collected new imagery today (April 10th) of Vanuatu and the aftermath of the category 5 cyclone (Harold) that recently struck the island nation. Below are before/after images that primarily focus on the island of Espiritu Santo and the main city of Luganville. As you will see in the imagery comparisons, this once lush island […]
Montreal, Canada, April 7th, 2020 – SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, announces that his Correlator3D™ product is used by Dutch company NEO B.V. to assess solar potential in multiple cities. Digital surface models (DSMs) are generated from WorldView and GeoEye satellite stereo images and serve to calculate solar panel capacity.
The temperature is rising – hottest winter by far
Cape Canaveral, 09 March 2020 – The Airbus built Bartolomeo platform has been successfully launched on 06 March from Cape Canaveral, Florida, US. Bartolomeo is now on its journey to the International Space Station (ISS) and will be installed outside of the Columbus Laboratory, the European module of the ISS built by Airbus.
March 8th, Maxar Technologies collected satellite imagery of Nashville, Tennessee, and the aftermath of the tornado that recently struck the area.
Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery from multiple locations around the world as the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread.
Enhanced technology package meets customer demand for timely, flexible and frequent very high resolution SAR imagery
Today (January 9), two of Maxar’s satellites collected new imagery of the crash location of the Ukrainian passenger airplane near Khalaj Abad, Iran. The images were collected first by the WorldView-2 satellite (at approximately 10:34 AM, local) and then again by the WorldView-1 satellite (at approximately 1:47PM local). In the imagery, and particularly the color […]