eOsphere are pleased to be a part of the MASSAT project team, building satellite earth observation tools for developing sustainable agriculture in the UK and in Mongolia. A key focus is monitoring agricultural practices and crop rotations, which are designed to improve soil quality for improved […]
eOsphere are very pleased that the Mongolian Data Cube has just been installed at the National Agency of Meteorology and the Environmental Monitoring (NAMEM) in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia as a part of the SIBELIUs IPP project, which eOsphere have been leading since 2018. The Mongolian Data Cube […]
The eOsphere team working on the SIBELIUs project were very grateful to have the opportunity to meet the inspirational all-women team, building Kyrgyzstan’s first satellite.
The SIBELIUs project, being led by eOsphere, has expanded into Kyrgyzstan. The project’s aim is to produce and distribute new and upgraded pasture products, derived from satellite Earth Observation data, to key stakeholders who are supporting the herding communities. In January 2020 the SIBELIUs Kick-Off meeting […]
Great to meet up with Zuzanna Skorniewska again at last week’s SEPnet Expo. Lots of people were keen to hear how satellite data can be used for wildlife conservation in Mongolia.
eOsphere are very grateful to Information and Research Institute of Meterology, Hydrology and Environment at the National Agency for Meteorology and Environmental Monitoring (NAMEM) for hosting the SIBELIUs Workshop, which took place over two days on 25th and 26th, June 2019. And many thanks also to […]
Several members of the eOsphere team, presented work from the SIBELIUs IPP project at the ESA Living Planet Symposium held in Milan, Italy in May 2019. We were very pleased to be joined at the Symposium by Nasanbat Elbegjargal from NAMEM, who is working collaboratively with […]
eOsphere are very pleased to welcome Jack Lidgley and Filippo Contenta to their team.
eOsphere are pleased to be leading SIBELIUs, a new project which will deliver improved resilience for Mongolian herding communities using satellite derived services. Some 30% of the Mongolian population is dependent on livestock herding. These herding communities can be devastated by extreme weather events known as […]
The ground receiving station at the Cuban Meteorological Institute (INSMET) installed in 2017 was put through its paces by a tremendous natural force. During September 2017, as Hurricane Irma swept into Havana, average wind speeds were measured at approximately 110 km/h with gusts peaking at 131 […]
eOsphere and Satellite Applications Catapult staff had very productive meetings discussing how satellite Earth Observation data can support agriculture, potato production and irrigation with farmers based in the Artemisa Province of Cuba.  
eOsphere are very pleased to be a part of the EASOS consortium, which will provide monitoring and alerts for the Malaysian Government focussed on three main themes: flooding, maritime pollution and deforestation. eOsphere’s core role will be in providing access to satellite earth observation imagery, working […]
eOsphere were strongly represented at the European Space Agency Living Planet Symposium held in Prague, Czech Republic from 9-13 May 2016. The following 4 papers all included contributions from eOsphere. POLAR ICE: integrating, distributing and visualising ice information products for operators in polar waters. Comparison and […]
Nick Walker took part in a demonstration with the Norwegian Coast Guard to test the feasibility of using satellite derived sea ice information at high latitudes in the Arctic Ocean for navigation purposes. The icebreaker, KV Svalbard, travelled north into the sea ice reaching a latitude […]
Dominic Flach has just returned from Shanghai Ocean University where he was upgrading the eOsphere ground station to receive data from China’s Fungyun-2 series of weather satellites.
Dominic Flach has recently completed an upgrade of the Cotopaxi ground station in Ecuador. This involved a new ingest and processing system for Modis data.
The Vietnam National University ground station in Hanoi was completed just in time for Christmas. The eOsphere ground station is designed to receive data from Aqua, Terra, NPP, FY3 & future JPSS satellites and will form a part of an integrated geospatial information system for monitoring […]
eOsphere’s intern student, Hannah West, won a best poster award at the SepNet 2014 Expo, presented by Prof. Sir William Wakeham.
eOsphere are pleased to be working on a new project to improve maritime safety in the Baltic through enhanced situational awareness. The Baltic Sea is one of the busiest and most heavily trafficked areas in the world and with every year that passes it becomes even more […]
Dominic Flach has recently returned from Athens after completing an X-band radio frequency (RF) survey at the National Observatory of Athens. Before building a ground receiving station it is necessary to make sure there aren’t high levels of contaminating RF signals (e.g. from mobile phone networks) […]

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