e-GEOS, an ASI (20%) / Telespazio (80%) company, is a leading international player in the Earth Observation and Geo-Spatial Information business. e-GEOS offers unique portfolio of application services thanks to the superior monitoring capabilities of COSMO-SkyMed constellation and provides, environmental monitoring, rush mapping in support to natural disaster management, specialized products for defence and intelligence, maritime surveillance, interferometric products for landslide and ground subsidence analysis, thematic mapping for agriculture and forestry. e-GEOS operates the Matera Space Centre for acquisition, archiving and processing of multi-mission satellite data.

 

e-GEOS at INTERGEO 2014 e-GEOS (Telespazio / ASI) will participate at INTERGEO 2014, the leading global event for geodesy, geoinformation and land management held from the 7th to the 9th of October 2014 in Berlin, Germany.
Archive Products, special offer e-GEOS is pleased to inform having joined the DigitalGlobe special offers for WorldView-1&2 and QuickBird Products and to extend the promotion also to GeoEye-1 and IKONOS Products.
Matera Space Centre The Matera Space Centre was created as part of national and international network of centres and teleports operated by Telespazio (Finmeccanica/Thales), and has been operational since 1994.
 
WorldView-3 imagery WorldView-3 imagery in 40 cm resolution available now DigitalGlobe Imagery Product Update – 40 cm products and pricing: e-GEOS is pleased to inform that we are now accepting new orders for 40 cm Core Imagery Products including WorldView-3.  As announced in June 2014, DigitalGlobe is licensed to provide 40 cm products now, and will be allowed to sell 30 cm products in Q1 2015.
Pompei: give it a future The Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism (MiBACT) and Finmeccanica have sealed an agreement whereby the Group will donate innovative technologies and services for monitoring and protecting the archaeological site of Pompeii.
Image of the month A change detection analysis based on a pair of COSMO-SkyMed Spotlight-2 images acquired along the Marina di Pisa, on the Italian west coast, shows the late summer changes.