Foremost in this conference's subject matter is the demand for more-for-less.
Earth-i (www.earthi.space), the British distributor of Earth Observation and information services, will be supporting this year’s Geospatial World Forum in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from 23rd to 26th May.
The theme of the conference is ‘Where’s the Money—disruptive business models’. Attendees will explore the future of the geospatial industry given increased competition in the marketplace and demand from end-users for more-for-less.
Earth-i is able to satisfy demand by supplying affordable and high quality images from the three identical 1 meter resolution optical satellites that make up the DMC3 / TripleSat constellation.
Visitors to the Geospatial World Forum exhibition will have the opportunity to meet and ask the Earth-i Earth Observation experts about this brand new source of data that provides very high spatial resolution combined with a global daily revisit capability.
Richard Blain, CEO of Earth-i, commented on the company’s attendance at the show: “We are excited to be attending Geospatial World Forum 2016 and to demonstrate our rapidly growing Earth Observation capabilities. It is a particular honor that our own Operations Director, Owen Hawkins, will be addressing during the conference an audience made up of some of the leading companies and experts in the sector.”