Live Workshop : Obliques for Mapping: Are They Really Useful?

Hosted by Eric Andelin CP, Senior Workflow Advisor with guest speaker David Alamillo, Photogrammetry Specialist at SimActive Continue reading “Live Workshop : Obliques for Mapping: Are They Really Useful?”

UP42 and Geoawesomeness Unveil 2024 Report on the Adoption of Earth Observation

Berlin, March 13, 2024 – UP42, a leading geospatial developer platform and marketplace, together with Geoawesomeness, a long-established community about geospatial technologies, have released a special report unveiling insights into the adoption of Earth observation in 2024. This report, unveiled during an event on March 12th, is part of the EO Hub initiative, a journalistic collaboration between UP42 and Geoawesomeness. Continue reading “UP42 and Geoawesomeness Unveil 2024 Report on the Adoption of Earth Observation”

Synspective’s SAR Satellite, StriX-3, Successfully Reaches Its Target Orbit and Spreads its Wings

TOKYO, 2024, March 13 – Synspective Inc., a SAR satellite data and solutions provider, announced today that StriX-3, its fourth SAR satellite, has successfully reached its target orbit and spread its wings.

 

 

StriX-3 was successfully deployed into a Sun-Synchronous Orbit (SSO) at an altitude of 561 km by Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket from the Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula.

 

Over the coming months, we will verify observation and data acquisition. Updates and details will be provided on Synspective’s website.

 

 StriX-3 Launch Mission Page

You can find the latest information about our launch mission here.

URL: https://synspective.com/mission-strix3/

 

Images and video of the launch of ‘Owl Night Long” are available here: https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjBhdGh

Inaugural World Lidar Day to Launch Feb. 12 at Geo Week Conference in Denver

This annual day has been established to spotlight the value of lidar and its applications worldwide. Continue reading “Inaugural World Lidar Day to Launch Feb. 12 at Geo Week Conference in Denver”

New USGS map shows where the most damaging earthquakes are likely to occur in the US

USGS scientists and our partners recently revealed the latest National Seismic Hazard Model, showing that nearly 75% of the United States could experience a damaging earthquake, emphasizing seismic hazards span a significant part of the country. Continue reading “New USGS map shows where the most damaging earthquakes are likely to occur in the US”

Norwegian Microsatellite Developed by Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) Achieves Optical Satellite-to-Ground Communications Link

TORONTO, Ontario, Canada, 31 January 2024 – The NorSat-TD demonstration microsatellite developed by Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) for the Norwegian Space Agency (NOSA) has successfully transferred data to a ground station using optical communications technology. The accomplishment is a first for a Dutch-built laser communication device and among the first achieved by a microsatellite. Continue reading “Norwegian Microsatellite Developed by Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) Achieves Optical Satellite-to-Ground Communications Link”

SimActive Announces Enhanced Cloud Capabilities

Montreal, Canada, January 23rd, 2024 – SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, announces the enhancement of Correlator3D™ for improved cloud environment productivity. With Correlator3D’s distributed processing capabilities, clients can seamlessly scale their processing in line with operational needs. Continue reading “SimActive Announces Enhanced Cloud Capabilities”

Maxar Intelligence Wins NGA Contract for Precision3D Data

WESTMINSTER, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Maxar Intelligence, a provider of secure, precise, geospatial intelligence, today announced that it received a contract to provide the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) with a Precision3DTM Data Suite bundle covering 160,000 square kilometers within the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command area of responsibility. Continue reading “Maxar Intelligence Wins NGA Contract for Precision3D Data”

World Oceans Week and Mapping “Hope Spots”

As part of World Oceans Week, on Monday, June 8, Esri is teamed up with Napa, Calif.-based Mission Blue to map “Hope Spots” to preserve protected marine areas. Using Esri’s ArcGIS, Mission Blue is able to identify areas to inspire community engagement and engage policymakers in conservation efforts. Continue reading “World Oceans Week and Mapping “Hope Spots””

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