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Tag Archives: Remote Sensing

Axelspace and Gazprom combine their sensing and satellite systems for the energy sector

Axelspace Corporation today announces the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Gazprom Space Systems (GSS) towards the common goal of empowering anyone with actionable Earth observation data to make more informed decisions.

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Japan’s Axelspace Leads Research Initiative On Red Tide Predictions

Axelspace Corporation, the Japanese satellite Earth observation company, announced on 3 April 2020 an agreement with Tokio Marine Holdings Inc., Hiroshima University, and Hydro Technology Institute Co., Ltd., on a joint research initiative into the prediction of red tide outbreaks that could potentially cause damage to marine resources

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Mitsubishi Electric Begins Developing the GOSAT-GW Satellite for Greenhouse Gases and Water Cycle Observation

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced on 30 March 2020  that it has been designated by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) as the contractor of the Global Observing SATellite for Greenhouse gases and Water cycle (GOSAT-GW), the third in the GOSAT series, and has already initiated development activities.

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CloudFerro Inks Agreement To Provide Very High Resolution Satellite Imagery

Polish cloud computing service provider CloudFerro, which operates cloud platforms providing Earth observation satellite images, has established a cooperation agreement with a Chinese operator, CG Satellite. Thanks to this agreement, CloudFerro can now provide satellite images and video in very high resolution, taken both night and day. The image archive …

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Data From French-Chinese CFOSAT Satellite On Stream For Scientific Community

Initial observations from the first joint science mission between France and China, received from the the China-France Oceanography Satellite (CFOSAT), satellite launched 29 October 2018, are now offering new insights into the ocean surface. On 19 February 2020, the French and Chinese space agencies gave the go-ahead on the recommendation …

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