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24
Oct

Understanding Earth Observation

“Monitoring the status of our freshwater lakes and rivers has never been more important. Regular observation is essential to determine their health, quickly identify trends and acknowledge signs of degradation particularly for areas in scarce supply.” The 1968 Earthrise photograph, a photograph of the Earth and parts of the Moon‘s surface taken by astronaut Bill …

16
Oct

MarSat: How satellite data can optimize marine traffic

In the latest edition of Schiff & Hafen, Dr. Knut Hartmann, Director Client Services at EOMAP GmbH & Co. KG, introduces MarSat, a network of data suppliers, users and academia, and discusses the value of Earth Observation data and the challenges of satellite-borne methods for the maritime community. EOMAP is project partner and coordinates the …

5
Sep

Satellite-derived Bathymetry on the Rise

Effective Surveying Tool For The Shallow Water Zone Bathymetric data in the shallow water zone is of increasing importance to support various applications such as safety of navigation, reconnaissance surveys, coastal zone management or hydrodynamic modelling. A gap was identified between data demand, costs and the ability to map with ship and airborne sensors. This …

25
Aug

EOMAP at the Hydropower & Dams 2017 Conference

We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at this years’ Hydropower & Dams 2017 Conference:  http://www.hydropower-dams.com/. Delegats will discuss on all topical issues relating to hydropower with emphasis on international collaboration i.e. working together in project planning and implementation to shape the future of world hydropower development. EOMAP has a strong expertise …

23
Aug

Optimizing Maritime Safety and Efficiency

Owing to the rapid increase in global shipping traffic during recent years, there is growing need for constant innovation in the field of maritime surveillance. Shipping companies deploy modern technologies to ensure enhanced monitoring, efficiency and security of their fleet. Vessel location and navigation systems have become a primary focus. Earth Observation contributes to maritime …

27
Jun

ECOSAT – New Product for Full Inventories of Shallow Water Habitats

Building on the Power of the BioBase Cloud Mapping Platform, New Product Generates Full Inventories of Shallow Water Habitats C-MAP®, a leading supplier of digital navigation products to the maritime market, in partnership with a global leader in remote sensing services, EOMAP GmbH & Co KG, announced today the launch of EcoSat. A new semi-automated …

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