How AI, deep learning, 3D visualisation and associated innovations are being harnessed to meet the ever growing data analytics and data navigation challenges.
Earth Observation (EO) provides us with a vast and diverse amount of useful and important data daily. This data is vital for numerous uses and provides us with a global insight that would otherwise be impossible to collect on this scale.
Citizen science involves members of the general public collaborating with scientists on a project.
The revolution occurring in the data storage, management and processing infrastructure, especially with respect to advances in Cloud and Blockchain.
In this video Stephen, Manfred and Carston talk about Blockchain and its role in satellite data.
In this video Bryan Lawrence and Jonathon Churchill take you around the JASMIN data centre and archive, showing it’s capabilities, scale and servers.
Insights into the impact of New Space technologies and business models on EO applications and innovations; and a look ahead to how novel applications will change the EO landscape in coming years.
In recent years we are seeing the fruition of past years of excitement within the space industry come to light. People are now developing satellites today to be launched within months in order to anticipate the needs of the market and their commercial partners in around a years time.
In this video we will look at how the advancements in the reduction in costs and miniaturisation of technology, are creating and helping to fuel development and disruptive innovation across the EO and space industry, and what these disruptive technologies and innovations are.
By mixing various skills from a range of different sectors such as machine learning, quantum computing and data fusion, and partnering with companies across Europe we hope to further innovation and capabilities within EO. Through this we hope to find scaleable solutions to problems
This new module explores how ESA is responding to the digitial trends highlighted in previous modules and the real-world impact emerging from ESA’s Phi innovation strategy.
The Φ-lab at ESA was set up with the mission of supporting collaborative innovation and accelerating the future of Earth Observation, with a focus on AI.
In this video we hear from a number of young scientists working at Φ-lab and ESRIN and how they are inspired and encouraged to investigate new innovations.
In this video we hear from a number of New Space companies on how ESA is interacting and collaborating with them to help them grow.