Earth-i news and articles

Earth-i announces a major contract award from the Government of Queensland, Australia

16th December 2016Press

Earth-i announced today that it has been awarded the contract to supply the government of the state of Queensland, Australia with very high resolution optical imagery of the entire state. The contract covers the supply of imagery from the DMC3 / TripleSat Constellation for each of the years 2016 and 2017 and will ensure that… (continued)

Earth-i attending BDVA summit in Valencia, 30th November 2016

28th November 2016Events

As a participant in the European Space Agency’s Network of Platforms initiative, Earth-i is attending the Big Data Value Association (BDVA) Summit in Valencia on the 30th November and the 1st December. Owen Hawkins, operations Director of Earth-I is looking forward to discussing the future of Earth Imaging in the emerging market for space-based Big Data… (continued)

Principia Schools Conference November 2016

22nd November 2016Blog

No cutting-edge technologies were used and no ground-breaking scientific discoveries were quite yet made. But an entire generation of future scientists were inspired! Earth-i was at a recent Principia Schools Conference in Portsmouth, organised by the UK Space Agency (UKSA), which exhibited and celebrated the work done by over a million school students throughout the… (continued)

SPIE Remote Sensing Conference 2016, Edinburgh

19th October 2016Events

Connecting Minds. Advancing Light.   By Xu Teo This is the motto of the SPIE, and at this conference it achieved both brilliantly. Change is indeed the only constant and this highly international event explored the challenges which accompany this change. In the current environmental and technological climate, the real challenge lies not in the… (continued)

Earth-i Set to Bring Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Expertise to InterGeo 2016

12th October 2016Press

Earth-i is attending InterGeo 2016, held in Hamburg, Germany. Earth-i will be exhibiting its capabilities and expertise to the assembled audience of more than 15,000 visitors, from nearly 100 different countries around the globe. Held annually, InterGeo provides companies in the Space, Earth Observation and Geospatial sectors an opportunity to meet one another and to promote… (continued)

Very high resolution satellite data – is there a need in geoscience application?

22nd September 2016Blog

By Peter Hausknecht for The Geological Remote Sensing Group newsletter. Issue 75 | September 2016 The last few years have seen an accelerated provision of very high resolution satellite data* by a number of providers in the commercial satellite data supply world. Since 2015 satellites produced by SSTL in the UK are part of this… (continued)

Location, location, location

25th July 2016Blog

We were having the best time at the Farnborough Airshow. The kids were running around excitedly looking at all the planes, helicopters and every other flying machine imaginable when my father started to feel unwell. Given his age, we weren’t sure how serious it was. I hurried to find a steward who immediately contacted the… (continued)

Earth-i brings Earth Observation capabilities to Farnborough: a year on from launch of DMC3/TripleSat Constellation

12th July 2016Press

Earth-i is, for the first time, attending the Farnborough International Airshow and exhibiting alongside the UK Space Agency. The show provides Earth-i an opportunity to present the capabilities of the DMC3/TripleSat constellation to one of the largest Air and Space events, almost exactly a year since the satellites were launched. Earth-i will be hosting an… (continued)