British ‘New Space’ pioneer Earth-i has confirmed that the pre-production prototype satellite of its upcoming satellite constellation was successfully launched earlier today. The new commercial constellation – which the company announced is called Vivid-i – will be the first of its kind to provide full-colour video; and the first European-owned constellation able to provide both… (continued)
British ‘New Space’ pioneer Earth-i today announced that images and video from its new prototype satellite due for launch early January 2018 will be managed, catalogued and geometrically corrected using software from Swedish photogrammetry and imagery specialist, Spacemetric. Earth-i is building the first commercial constellation in the world to provide full-colour video; and the first… (continued)
2017 is rapidly coming to an end and it’s been quite a year for Earth-i. The last 12 months have proved to be an exciting ride and the ambitious targets we set ourselves in 2016 are quickly becoming a reality. Since our last newsletter we’ve commissioned, from our partners SSTL, the next five satellites in our new full-colour video… (continued)
British ‘New Space’ pioneer Earth-i today provided another update about its progress in building the first constellation in the world to provide full-colour video – and the first European-owned commercial constellation able to provide both video and still images Last week Earth-i announced that it had ordered the first five satellites of its constellation from… (continued)
British ‘New Space’ pioneer Earth–i today announced that it has ordered the first five satellites from SSTL (Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd) for its new Earth Observation (EO) constellation. Earth-i is building the first constellation in the world able to provide full-colour video – and the first European-owned constellation able to provide both video and still… (continued)
EARTH-i is attending the “Earth Observation Showcase – Emerging Applications Powered by Innovative Technologies” event hosted by the Centre for EO Instrumentation and the Satellite Applications Catapult taking place on Thursday 26 October from 10:00.