EO Market News

September 2019 EO Market News

Five new EO satellites, SAR data expansion, climate change insights, EO for sustainable development webinars, remote sensing training data errors, and data applications and collaborations are all activities that marked an eventful September 2019.

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August 2019 EO Market News

Read the latest reports on artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning focusing on geo-diversity and specification research in the developing world. Explore data and great examples of how satellites provide deeper insights into humanity’s footprints.

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June 2019 EO Market News

With additional satellite launches and imagery delivering more in-depth insights on social and environmental challenges, June marked another busy month in the Earth observation marketplace. Read more below.

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May 2019 EO Market News

In May, we’ve seen examples of the dynamic forces in EO market. From large contracts awarded to crowd-funding attempts to stay afloat, mergers, further innovation, and refocusing efforts to impact global development with machine learning, it has been a very busy month. Check out some of the market forces at play below:

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April 2019 EO News

Dominated by the launch of 28 satellites weighing a combined 220KGs to drone delivery policy changes and further advancements in satellite software and hardware, April 2019 has been a busy month for Earth observation. Here are some of the highlights below:

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February 2019 EO News

February was an indication of the new era of the Earth observation (EO) industry: From 3D printed rockets to proactive FAA updated drone rules and NASA’s EOSDIS cloud evolution that will allow for more efficient access of data. There are also interesting writeups on the maturing space market, its applications, and why the use of EO technology is expected to become mainstream within ten years.

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January 2019 EO News

Best wishes for 2019 from the EO News team! In January, the momentum on SpatioTemporal Asset Catalog continued to grow, and restrictions were lifted to operate heavy lift drone swarms.  On the other hand, however, while we saw more satellite launches, the world also lost some.