RSI expands access to on-demand, very high resolution SAR data for commercial and government customers
Imagery, earth imaging and remote sensing
Madrid, 21 November 2019 – Airbus, ESA and Eutelsat have presented the new ground breaking multibeam active antenna payload today at Airbus in Madrid. Airbus’ ELSA+ (ELectronically Steerable Antenna+) is a first for commercial satellite communications in Europe.
Toulouse, 19 November, 2019 – The Euclid mission is taking shape in Airbus cleanrooms: engineers are now finishing assembly of the telescope, the main instrument of the Payload Module, for which Airbus is responsible within this European Space Agency (ESA) mission led by Thales Alenia Space (TAS) as industrial prime contractor.
New Forests, a sustainable forest investment manager, has used Rezatec’s geospatial data analytics to deliver a cost-effective forest inventory to support its US investments in natural climate solutions.
On November 14, Maxar’s GeoEye-1 satellite collected new imagery of Venice, Italy. Floodwaters can be seen across sections of the city, including most notably at St. Mark’s Square (Piazza San Marco) and around the Basilica (Basilica di San Marco).
Test programme is in full swing – Launch scheduled for November 2020
SAN FRANCISCO, USA 30 OCTOBER, 2019 – Digital mapping and imagery company Soar has announced a strategic partnership with the China Siwei Surveying and Mapping Technology Co. Ltd, which falls under the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC).
From Maxar: The Maxar News Bureau has gathered a new set of satellite imagery of the Kincade fire, which continues to burn in northern California near Santa Rosa. The images include sets from October 27th as well as October 30th. As you will see via the imagery, the fire burned very close to the city of […]
An update via Mxar: Maxar’s WorldView-3 satellite collected a set of new images yesterday, October 24th of the Kincade wildfire near Sonoma, California.
Oct 25th, 2019 – Satellite imagery company Soar has today announced it is now allowing public access to its satellites which provide near-real time imagery all across Earth at 10m resolution per pixel.