The need for geospatial intelligence has never been so great. Today’s global challenges are reinforcing a growing requirement for precise location information and situational awareness insight about assets, resources, vehicles and people. This is for economic reasons as well as environmental and societal.
Carol Sunderland is part of the Artificial Intelligence and Data Economy (AIDE) team at Innovate UK. She leads on satellite applications, cross-sector geospatial applications and together with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), innovation for the National Timing Centre (NTC) programme.
This is to announce the launch of an independent economic study by London Economics. It is the first comprehensive insight into the current and near-term value of satellite-derived Earth Observation (EO) capabilities to UK government for civil and domestic purposes. …
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