Earth Intelligence

May 31, 2022
3D provides the most accurate view of the highs and lows of any place on earth including rural and remote regions
Height data in a 3D image can provide key visual information to help determine whether an area is accessible and appropriate for development.
January 27, 2022
Data fusion is key to information-rich images of any place on earth
The ability to seamlessly mix and merge layers of data to create images provides us with a deeper understanding of our world so they can make faster, better informed decisions.
January 17, 2022
Gaming Sector’s Unreal Engine is Bringing the Real World to Life via Digital Twins
Creating photorealistic digital 3D replications of real locations that spark creative thinking and design is the future of earth observation
January 7, 2022
Trends in Earth Observation Means Little Will Be ‘Out of Sight or Out of Mind’ in 2022
This is the year remote spaces on earth come into view, courtesy of the immense power and coverage of commercially-available earth observation data.
December 17, 2021
Four Earth Observation Trends That Moved the World in 2021
The past year saw an increase in access, speed and choice to high-value earth observation data for public, private and non-profit players.
December 9, 2021
Remote Sensing for Conservation Bolsters Protection for Anywhere on Earth
A global shift in how countries assess climate and environmental change is underway and EO technology have the potential to positively impact our collective peace and security.
December 2, 2021
We Can Build Better Renewable Energy Innovations via Earth Intelligence
In 2022, the challenge to produce, transport and store energy across vast distances will be reduced with the emergence of commercially available earth observation images and data
November 4, 2021
Three Big Trends from TechCrunch, CIX and AVF
Space tech is big, AI has meaning and B Corp gains cred at North American investor conferences and pitch meetings
October 1, 2021
Space Investments Reached All-time High $7B in 2020
The commercial space sector is now valued at $219 billion, driven by growing global interest in space start-ups and cutting-edge commercial technology