eOsphere is a UK SME focused on earth observation applications with a proven track-record working around the world with local teams building operational systems to provide environmental information feeding into national services. At the heart of all of eOsphere’s work is an emphasis on making satellite data usable for our clients. eOsphere are experts in Open Data Cube technology, visualisation systems and extracting key information from large volumes of data and delivering this in products meeting the requirements’ of our end users.

eOsphere provide sustainable satellite Earth observation solutions for a wide range of commercial and governmental customers. Key application areas include the provision of affordable satellite ground receiving stations for hazard monitoring and the use of Earth observation data to support international development, including building climate resilience and pasture monitoring.

Satellite ground receiving stations

EO for sustainable development

A key sector for eOsphere is its satellite ground receiving stations which have been designed, built and exported throughout the world for the reception and processing of low to medium resolution Earth observation satellite imagery. Typical customers are meteorological institutes, environment agencies, ministries for fishing and coast guards. Recent project locations include: Mongolia, Cuba, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Vietnam and Greece.

eOsphere’s work has been creating a positive impact in countries throughout the world for over 12 years. However, more recent work has focused on addressing the areas highlighted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015. In particular, eOsphere are using satellite Earth observation (EO) to provide improved severe-weather and climate resilience for Mongolian herding communities and better pasture management supporting herders in Kyrgyzstan.

Recent Work

Our practice spans from installing ground receiving stations across the globe to using satellite remote sensing data for sustainable development projects. While our work is diverse, our projects are linked by a focus on using satellite imagery to better understand the environment.