17 July 2018 – SEonSE (Smart Eyes on the SEas), Leonardo’s geospatial maritime security platform, goes online today. Thanks to the use of cloud computing and of advanced big data analysis models, SEonSE makes it possible to access in real-time, even from tablets or smartphones, customised information on what happens at sea.
13 July 2018 – Telespazio, one of the Europe’s leaders and one of the world’s main players in satellite solutions and services, participates in the 2018 edition of the Farnborough International Airshow, that will take place from 16 to 22 July.
5 July 2018 – Leonardo today celebrated 40 years of Telespazio VEGA in the UK at the Italian Embassy in London, with the participation of the Italian Ambassador, Raffaele Trombetta; Leonardo’s Space Activity Coordinator and Telespazio CEO, Luigi Pasquali; Leonardo MW’s Director of Government Affairs, Andrew Cowdery; and Telespazio VEGA UK CEO, Marco Folino.
15 June 2018 – Telespazio VEGA UK is proud to announce that the Climate Data Store (CDS) project is live! Telespazio is the prime company involved in the development of the CDS Infrastructure project for the past two years.
23 March 2018 – Recognising the growing strength of Telespazio VEGA UK (a Leonardo and Thales company) in developing solutions for infrastructure monitoring, the UK Space Agency has awarded a Space for Smarter Government Project (SSGP) to a consortium of Geomatic Ventures Limited and Telespazio VEGA UK.
21 February 2018 – Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) has been contracted by ECMWF as part of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) Marine project, to develop a European focused Marine, Coastal and Fisheries Sectoral Information System (SIS) service, with partners from Telespazio VEGA UK, AZTI, CSIC, HCMR and PML Applications.
Telespazio VEGA UK along with e-Geos and GAF Munich are attending the DGI 2018 conference on 22-24 January at the Royal Lancaster, London. With growing global demand for geo-information for developing, planning & managing environmental resources, we provide multiple application services for a range of disciplines. Discover how we facilitate the immediate exchange of information […]
20 February 2018 – Telespazio VEGA UK has successfully delivered key launch authorisation software, which was recently used operationally for the first time in launch VA240 when an Ariane 5 rocket blasted off from the spaceport in French Guiana carrying 4 Galileo satellites.
25 January 2018 – A team of data scientists at the Satellite Applications Catapult is leading a new study, funded by Innovate UK, to see if it is possible to detect a lithium ‘fingerprint’ from space by imaging vegetation and minerals on the ground using satellites.
24 January 2018 – Telespazio VEGA UK attended DGI 2018 conference and exhibition this week, alongside e-GEOS and GAF, presenting a unified presence as a global leader in the geoinformation market, providing geospatial applications and services.