News

27
Mar

Copernicus Poster Award for EOMAP led MARSAT consortium

The National German Copernicus Forum “Copernicus @ work” took place in Berlin from 13 to 14 March 2017 and hosted several hundred participants from authorities and enterprises in Germany. The MARSAT project was presented within the maritime session and attracted significant interest on the integrated services marine industries. Moreover, the MARSAT team was awarded by …

28
Sep

Joint project AGRO-DE started

On the Hessian State Domain farm Beberbeck close to Kassel the official launch of the joint project AGRO-DE was held on Sept. 26th 2016. The project consortium, consisting of the Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI), the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the companies EOMAP and Hanse-Agro, set their goal to prepare timely information from satellite images throughout Germany for agriculture, provided by the Internet.

12
Jul

Monitoring coral bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef with Sentinel-2

The EOMAP aquatic remote sensing company, together with partners at the Remote Sensing Research Centre of Queensland University and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, are developing new methods to monitor and detect coral bleaching events using Europe’s Sentinel-2A satellite. The Great Barrier Reef is suffering dramatic levels of coral bleaching over large areas of the …

20
Jan

Value adding to Sentinel 2-A data

By beginning of december 2015, ESA opened the data access for its Sentinel 2-A mission. The satellite now is continously recording and data can be accessed via ESA’s Scientific Data Hub. EOMAP already showed first results of its Sentinel 2-A water quality processor earlier, based on an image from Lake Garda/Italy, one of the first available datasets …

2
Sep

Daily satellite tracking of harmful algae blooms for the Great Lakes now online!

EOMAP launches free, daily monitoring program for harmful algae blooms Broomfield, Colorado Harmful algae blooms threaten drinking water, aquaculture industries and the public welfare. A significant bloom was recently forecasted for Lake Erie: NOAA predicts that this year’s blooms will be “among the most severe in recent years” and will peak in September. The bloom …

13
Aug

EOMAP Enters Into Teaming Agreement With Fugro

Fugro and EOMAP cooperate to provide integrated bathymetric surveys Munich, August 11th — EOMAP announced today that it has entered into a teaming agreement with Fugro, a premier provider of high resolution hydrographic and geophysical marine survey products and services. The agreement will enable Fugro and EOMAP to create integrated bathymetric survey products that will …

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