Integrated Earth Observation & New Space Revolution
11 May, BUILDING 43 - MICHELANGELO
Earth observation (EO) data - including satellite-borne, airborne, or drone-based imagery - have become indispensable for individuals, businesses and society not only to support tackling the grand challenges at global spatial scales, such as global climate variability and change but also retail or insurance, in observing processes occurring from abrupt changes such as earthquakes, to decadal shifts such as growth and shrinkage of ice sheets.
EO industry is currently experiencing a revolution. Large space agencies, million-dollar budgets, and big satellite missions have given way to smaller budgets, and small satellites. This NewSpace era is "democratizing" access to space. The explosion in Earth Observation data, a new generation of commercial satellites, and emerging constellations of small-sats, has created one of the greatest ‘big data’ challenges in the world today.
TECHNOLOGY SESSION ON
INTEGRATED EARTH OBSERVATION & NEW SPACE REVOLUTION
AT GWF 2022
Geospatial World Forum 2022 shall host a full-day program on Integrated Earth Observation & New Space Revolution to discuss the trends in Earth observation and the possible impacts on markets of the new initiatives.
Topics to be covered
- National Space Agencies
- Satellite Operators
- Infrastructure-as-a-service Provider
- EO Data & Service Providers
- Sensor & Image Analytics Companies
- Space-based Startups
- Research Institutions
- End Users