10th December 2020Press

Earth-i welcomes Akis Karagiannis to the Technology Team

Earth-i continues to strengthen the Technology Team

10th December 2020 – Earth-i welcomes Akis Karagiannis to the Earth-i Technology team. Akis joins the team from Democritus University of Thrace where he completed his Master of Science in Engineering and Computer Science and was a Research Assistant in Deep Learning models with experience in satellite and airborne land cover mapping.

“It’s super to join Earth-i and work with such motivated people towards solving interesting and difficult problems! Earth Observation has been my passion since my undergraduate years and I am very excited to start my career in this industry”, commented Akis.

Akis 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 at scale.

Richard Pearce, CFO of Earth-i, said “We welcome Akis and his wealth of experience and positivity to the Earth-i team. We continue to strengthen our multi-disciplinary Technology team in conjunction with bringing new geospatial insight and analytic products to the market and looking to consistently develop and augment these. These products include our recently launched SPECTRUM risk monitoring platform, as well as SAVANT, copper smelter insights, where we are delighted to be in partnership with Marex Spectron.”

About Earth-i

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.

To find out more please visit www.earthi.space.

For more information about this press release, please contact: info@earthi.space.co.uk

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