Thanks for taking a look at our latest newsletter! Geocento is continuing to move forward on multiple fronts, applying our core EarthImages technology to different user segments. It is becoming clear that our new developments are going to ensure that we are increasingly busy over the coming months, with early demand for our innovative services, while our existing imagery business continues to keep us “on our toes”.
NEW TASKING MADE EASIER
Our EarthImages platform now has access to 100 satellites, not counting Planet's fleet! In combination, this number increases to more than 250!
We are delighted to share that we have successfully completed the final review of our innovative EarthImages-on-Demand broadcast service for the collection of new imagery. We are very grateful to the European Space Agency for funding this significant development. We successfully obtained our first customers for the service before its official launch, with more projects underway or planned for this spring and summer.
We are now in a position to take new commercial requests for image collection through EarthImages-on-Demand. Please do get in touch if you have a project that might benefit from leveraged imaging capacity from multiple suppliers, in terms of cost and/or collection time.
ON-CAMPUS: ESTEEMED GUESTS,
It was great to present our technology and imagery services at the recent showcase for the Canadian Delegation on the Investment Mission led by the Department for International Trade at Harwell Campus. We were excited by the opportunity to meet up with potential collaborators, as well as catch up with other Harwell Space Cluster organizations and hear what the others are up to at that point in time.
Sustainable land management is a core element of protecting the environment, natural habitats, and communities. When coupled with expert knowledge, Earth Observation data becomes an essential source helping to sustain our planet for current and future generations. Our valued customer Hawai'i Land Trust (HILT)
takes a uniquely Hawaiian and holistic approach to land conservation supported by Geocento and EarthImages.
New exciting projects, case studies, and events will be announced in the coming months. Please, enjoy reading today's edition and stay tuned for further updates!
We saved something interesting for you for later. Exciting announcements to come, numerous events will be attended soon. Stay tuned and get connected!
If you are looking for access to a wide range of commercial imagery complemented by free data sets to satisfy your requirements - all in one place, then look no further! EarthImages has your imagery needs covered.
We do care about each request being brought to Geocento. Our mission is to make imagery accessible, while being sensor agnostic and providing independent expert support. We do share the pain of the customers' who waste time and energy using several portals to search for multiple sensors and non-commercial imagery. After all, it was this experience that prompted us to set up the company! Now we have the solution!
EarthImages NEO provides a set of free downloads, including Sentinel, Landsat, and other series, along with the whole range of commercial data available for order, and full capabilities of EarthImages technology. In addition, the users gain the tools enabling them to host their own algorithms and run their ready-hosted processes such as NDVI and object detection, immediately on the platform.
By the way, the most recent sensor added to our platform is Landsat-9, the imagery of which is distributed free of charge for a wide spectrum of applications. More than 65,000 Earth surface images have been collected by Landsat-9 since its launch in September 2021. The satellite is gathering an additional 750 images each day, which are accessible to our customers within hours of acquisition.
It's not a surprise that our clients cover a wide range of applications of imaging, but one of the most unexpected for us was that of monitoring herring spawn along the west coast of Canada. We found out that in early spring, tens of thousands of tons of herring migrate from offshore to nearshore habitats to spawn in one of nature’s most spectacular events. And it can be monitored from Space!