IT'S OUR ANNIVERSARY.
COME CELEBRATE IT WITH US!
Wondering about Geocento’s journey? It's time to raise the curtain!
On 1 December 2021, the day of our tenth birthday, we are organizing an exclusive online event to enable you to learn more about us, through our team, clients and partners, and their success stories with Geocento.
Following the company story by Kim Partington, CEO of Geocento, industry updates by Beth Greenaway, Head of EO and Climate of the UK Space Agency, and Kavitha Muthu, Technology Officer of European Space Agency, you will hear about our range of activities and plans, while seeing first-hand the advantages of our bespoke technology, market experience, and portfolio of imagery solutions.
Explore the agenda, register for free, gain valuable market insights, and get your virtual piece of cake on our birthday!
WE ARE EXPANDING IN SPAIN AND LOOKING FOR TECH TALENT
Pleiades Neo is now available for order. Four identical 30cm resolution satellites with ultimate reactivity will greatly enhance imaging capacity helping you gain deeper insights from space. This image of Ibiza, Spain (©2021. Airbus D&S) is a great example of the high definition of Pleiades Neo.
Do you have a real passion for technology, enjoy solving problems by writing code, and would like to develop your career in space sector? Then we have a great opportunity for you! Join our team in Madrid as a Full-Stack Developer!
Don't miss the opportunity to engage with our team at Geocento's virtual booths and meet in London. Find us at the following events during the coming weeks.
November 22-26, 2021
November 24-25, 2021
December 7-8, 2021
Interested in non-commercial data sources? Explore imagery from recently launched Landsat-9. This sample of Detroit and Lake Erie (©2021. NASA) was one of the first images collected on 31st October. You can access the world's longest-running system of Landsat series via our EarthImages platform.
Geocento recently collaborated with Broxstar Productions
in sourcing Landsat imagery from the USGS
to help demonstrate deforestation in the Amazon over the past few decades. This can be seen in their latest film documentary Eating Our Way to Extinction
, which shows how what we eat influences Climate Change - an insightful film and well worth a watch!