Earth-i welcomes SEPnet summer interns
16th July 2020 – Earth-i welcomes Daniel Cutting and Owain Newman to the Earth-i Technology team as interns under the SEPnet (SouthEastPhysicsNetwork) programme.
Dan Cutting and Owain Newman join the team whilst undertaking a PhD in gravitational wave cosmology and an integrated Masters degree in physics respectively.
“I’ve only been an intern at Earth-i for a few weeks but I’ve already learnt so much. It’s been amazing to see the insight it is possible to attain from Earth observation data. Earth-i are working on really interesting problems and it has been a pleasure to get to know the team here. I would highly recommend them as a destination for any graduate” commented Dan. Owain added “I am thrilled to be undertaking my placement at Earth-i. The positive and enthusiastic atmosphere is perfect for learning new skills and producing work that is of genuine value to the company.”
Dan and Owain joins a team of remote sensing, GIS, developer and data science experts who are working on fusing multi-sensor and multi-resolution earth observation datasets with the latest AI techniques to deliver proactive commercial insights.
Sam Bancroft, Senior Developer of Earth-i, who is overseeing this year’s internships at Earth-i said “I am delighted to welcome both Owain and Daniel to the Earth-i team for their summer internships. It’s great to have them bringing fresh perspective to the EO challenges we’re focusing on, and we’re looking forward to seeing over the course of their projects what they learn and develop.”
Earth-i is an innovative British Geospatial Information provider fusing multi-operator, multi-resolution, multi-sensor Earth Observation (EO) data including satellite video coupled with advanced analytics and geospatial experts to provide near-real time actionable insights.
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