9th April 2019Press

Earth-i CEO and Founder, Richard Blain, featured in Telegraph Tech Hot 100 List

Earth-i has again been recognised as one of the leading British companies commercialising transformational technologies and world-leading innovation. Earth-i’s CEO and Founder, Richard Blain, has been placed number 45 out of 100 in The Telegraph’s Tech Hot 100 list published on Friday. The list brings together the most successful entrepreneurs and businesses who are working… (continued)

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30th January 2019Press

Earth-i Updates Satellite Map of Queensland, Australia

New Space pioneer Earth-i today announced that it has completed the third annual update of the satellite map of the state of Queensland. The map covers the whole of Queensland’s 1.9 million km2 and was created by Earth-i for the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME).  The first map was produced in 2016… (continued)

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23rd January 2019Press

Earth-i listed as one of the Top 10 space companies in the World

Earth-i has officially ranked as one of the top ten most important and influential companies in the global space industry, according to the 2018/19 Global Ranking Report, the annual survey of the industry’s movers and shakers. Earth-i’s CEO, Richard Blain, was also named as the 8th most important executive. Earth-i was joined in the top… (continued)

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21st January 2019Press

Earth-i joins the Defence Geospatial Intelligence (DGI) Conference programme and exhibition

Earth-i is attending the global Defence Geospatial Intelligence Conference (DGI) again this year, being hosted in London from the 28-30 January 2019. DGI is an annual event for the geospatial intelligence community with a specific focus on safety and address major challenges. This year’s conference sees Earth-i join the extensive programme of authoritative speakers… (continued)

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10th December 2018Press

Severn Trent Water enlists Earth-i to identify water leaks using sophisticated data analytics from satellite imagery

As part of its ongoing strategy to use new technologies to help identify and fix water leaks, Severn Trent has recently completed a successful trial with Earth-i, a New Space pioneer specialising in data analytics and insights. During the UK’s hot summer, Earth-i conducted analysis on imagery captured by British built satellites orbiting at 650km above the Earth. Images… (continued)

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29th October 2018Press

National water resources management: why Earth Observation based mapping can provide effective monitoring solutions

Very high-resolution (VHR) geospatial data from Earth Observation (EO) satellites can be highly beneficial to effective and cost-efficient national water resources management. As populations continue to grow, demand for clean and secure water supply is an ever-greater challenge. New technology in space will be part of the answer. Geospatial mapping and national water resources management… (continued)

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