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Hervé Foch: Satellite Imagery - Eyes In The Sky

Hervé Foch: Satellite Imagery - Eyes In The Sky

Update: 2020-06-12
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700 km above us, Airbus-built Pléiades satellites are taking high-resolution images of areas affected by Covid-19. This imagery is vital for a project launched by the European Space Agency ESA. It is called RACE – short for Rapid Action on COVID-19 and Earth Observation – and aims at providing information on the state of European society and economy in times of Corona.


In this podcast interview Hervé Foch, Head of Imagery, Mapping and Location-Based Services team at Intelligence, explains how his team supports RACE and where Covid-19 impacts industrial activities.



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Hervé Foch: Satellite Imagery - Eyes In The Sky

Hervé Foch: Satellite Imagery - Eyes In The Sky