We are honoured to announce that cloudeo was selected by ESA as the prime contractor for a recent tender ‘Procurement of Earth Observation Exploitation Platform Network Resource Services.
Illegal fishing, piracy, inadvertent nature preserve trespass and damage to ships are some of the most discussed topics at the latest shipping and maritime developer conference, SEADEVCON in September 2018. Experts agree that to tackle these issues, better and more accurate monitoring of vessels is of critical importance. The Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) transmitted information about vessels' identity and location provide a source for much needed, more accurate insight into marine traffic.
Geodata meets Cryptocurrency: Building a Google, Amazon, Apple-App-Store for Geodata. The token economy of the CEVEN blockchain network.
cloudeo and cbn foundation are hosting a meetup on geodata and cryptocurreny (CEVEN token) on July 19th in Munich.
Explore hosted processing and get free commercial EO data, software and analytics for your research project.
The European Space Agency (ESA) announces reopening of EOhopS opportunity for researchers who want to explore the benefits of hosted processing and the use of commercial EO data, remote sensing software and analytics for their projects.
I am Manfred Krischke, CEO and founder of cloudeo.
As a trained rocket scientist (as the saying goes), I have acquired the discipline of looking at a problem holistically. What better holistic view can there be of the earth than looking at it from above?
GIS and Geography are becoming increasingly important not only in the geosector or in clearly geo-related business, but also in a variety of different fields. More and more companies in the maritime, logistics, insurance, risk management or agricultural sector are recognizing the potential of geodata and the insights derived from it.
Project coordinator, Jacobs University Bremen, invited the joint research consortium, consisting of rasdaman GmbH (Bremen), CloudEO AG (Munich) and DLR (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt). The 18-month project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research, BMBF.