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11th December 2018Blog

Drinking better coffee pays off

By Jonathan Sumner, Business Development Director The principle goal of the ACCORD programme is to increase farmer incomes. This achieved by empowering the individual farmer with knowledge from advanced satellite technologies and climate data analytics so that they can make optimal decisions about the management of their crop of coffee cherries from their trees. Such knowledge… (continued)

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10th December 2018Press

Severn Trent Water enlists Earth-i to identify and combat water leaks using sophisticated data analytics from satellite imagery

… ~100 potential leak sites identified to date… 10 December 2018 – As part of its ongoing strategy to use new technologies to help identify and fix water leaks, Severn Trent has recently completed a successful trial with Earth-i, a New Space pioneer specialising in data analytics and insights. During the UK’s hot summer, Earth-i conducted analysis on imagery… (continued)

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7th December 2018Blog

Phi-Week 2018

By Xu Teo, Imagery and GIS Specialist Held in Frascati, Italy from 12th – 16th November, the inaugural ESA Φ-week conference event focused on “EO Open Science” and “FutureEO” as the main themes and was the largest event to be held at ESRIN, ESA’s heart of Earth Observation. More than 700 international participants attended this… (continued)

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19th November 2018Blog

How very high resolution satellite imagery can stop illegal irrigation and enhance national water security

The use of very-high-resolution imagery from Earth Observation (EO) satellites can help national mapping and cadastral authorities improve the monitoring and management of national water resources . This will better protect water supplies whilst combatting illegal irrigation and water abstraction. The impact of illegal irrigation on water security Illegal irrigation is one of the main… (continued)

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9th November 2018Blog

Why fit-for-purpose mapping from space is a new tool for effective national power infrastructure management 

Fit-for-purpose mapping, using very-high-resolution imagery from Earth Observation  satellites, is fast-becoming an effective and cost-efficient tool for monitoring the  national power grid infrastructure and has a key role to play in the economic  development and security of countries. Fit-for-purpose mapping by satellite and its role in national  critical infrastructure management  On a wider basis satellite-based… (continued)

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29th October 2018Press

National water resources management: why Earth Observation based mapping can provide effective monitoring solutions

Very high-resolution (VHR) geospatial data from Earth Observation (EO) satellites can be highly beneficial to effective and cost-efficient national water resources management. As populations continue to grow, demand for clean and secure water supply is an ever-greater challenge. New technology in space will be part of the answer. Geospatial mapping and national water resources management… (continued)

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