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Changes in the future satellite remote sensing industry


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Miguel Bello Mora, chief executive of Madrid-based Deimos Space, said the company’s current satellite, Deimos-1, will lose much of its market when Europe’s Sentinel-2 satellite is launched in the coming year.

Sentinel-2 is part of the European Commission’s Copernicus program, which includes multiple satellites with different sensors to be deployed in the coming two years. Copernicus managers have promised that the satellite data will be available on a free and open basis.

 

happy news for users but sad news for some remote sensing data company :P

seems some European based remote sensing data company see this as a threat :lol:

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Yes Lurker.

Some will lose, others will benefit from this situation. :)

 

I hope these changes will increase the remote sensing products and applications worldwide, whit benefits for all of us.

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but, when we see Landsat history I think those company's concern bout loosing customer is non sense, in fact, this free data will awaking users bout the importance of remote sensing data, then company with creative and and have value-added data than the free ones will get more customers

so the company must have creativity on this

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