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Earth-i and Telespazio Vega Sign Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Data Services Collaboration


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26th May 2016 – Westminster, London: Earth-i (www.earthi.space), the innovative UK-based distributor of image and data services from the DMC3 / TripleSat satellite constellation, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with space technology and enabled services specialist, Telespazio VEGA.

Open Call of the Earth Observation Entrepreneurship Initiative (EOEI)


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The European Space Agency (ESA) is now inviting entrepreneurs to submit innovative ideas to the Open Call of the Earth Observation Entrepreneurship Initiative (EOEI).

Sentinel Imagery Now Works Inside ArcGIS


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Esri enhanced its ArcGIS technology to simplify the use of free global imagery from the Sentinel-2 satellite launched by the European Space Agency. ArcGIS supports visualization, interpretation, and analysis of Sentinel imagery, which is of significant value in applications for forestry, agriculture, land resources management, and environmental monitoring.

GEO-CRADLE Project Survey : last days to fill out the survey!


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Mapping EO Regional Capacities in N. Africa, Middle East, and the Balkans

Despite Drought, Satellite Data Shows Rapid Recovery for Some California Forests


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According to aerial surveys conducted by the U.S. Forest Service in summer 2015, the recent California drought resulted in millions of dead trees, mainly in the state’s Sierra Nevada mountain regions. NASA researchers found that years of California’s drought conditions, however, have not slowed the regrowth of tree and shrub cover in some areas burned by wildfires.


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