Earth Observation – Newest Technologies and Market Trends

We will discuss in detail what smallsat solutions bring to the market place, which applications are being developed and how do new constellations contribute to the observation market?

What is the future of this market in terms of technology, platforms, standards and services?   High resolution and accuracy of data provide a range of solutions with the four major players at the moment being Planet, DigitalGlobe, Spire and BlackSky. Given that these leaders are all developing large constellations, in what applications are constellations essential.   What are the useful functions that independent smaller observation platforms can serve?

From agriculture & mining to traffic observation, mapping & weather, tracking biodiversity and wildlife trends, natural resources, such as energy, freshwater and agriculture, small satellites provide an opportunity to observe our planet in considerable detail.  Not just observation but measuring changes in land-use and urban development,

The market includes monitoring and responding to natural disasters, managing , addressing public health, maritime safety and lastly but very importantly military observation and monitoring.

In how many ways can geospatial data be presented and be useful? Who are the important customers and what are their primary concerns and requirements?  What are the main observation operators’ market share by vertical and by region and how will pricing of imagery evolve by type and by resolution? What model for data purchase will dominate and how are downstream players changing the way imagery is bought and sold?

Date: February 3, 2020 Time: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Adam Keith
Affiliate Principal Advisor

Euroconsult Canada
Emiliano Kargieman
Founder and CEO

Chris Lentz
Chief Architect for Commercial Remote Sensing

Lockheed Martin
Dan Nevius
Co-Founder and COO

Analytical Space
Dr. Bert Vermeire

Space Micro