Tag: satellite imagery

UK’s DSTL, Australian Astronomers Collaborate in Deep Space Situational Awareness

Operational and retired satellites orbiting more than 36,000 km above the Earth will be tracked in a collaborative international experiment by scientists from the UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and amateur astronomers from Australia and the UK. Continue reading “UK’s DSTL, Australian Astronomers Collaborate in Deep Space Situational Awareness”

Raytheon Has Developed a Prototype System for Managing Satellite Data

The U.S. government’s global satellite network produces a constant flood of data — petabytes and petabytes of it every day. Continue reading “Raytheon Has Developed a Prototype System for Managing Satellite Data”

3D Printing is Revolutionising Satellite Manufacturing: Thales

In the fiercely competitive communications satellite market, manufacturers have to produce “more, faster and cheaper”. New technologies such as 3D printing have become a key to increasing the satellite production rate, against the background of a quickly changing industry. Continue reading “3D Printing is Revolutionising Satellite Manufacturing: Thales”

Lockheed Martin: Deep Learning Model Speeds Up, Automates Satellite Image Analysis

Lockheed Martin develops satellite imagery recognition system using open-source deep learning libraries to quickly identify and classify objects or targets in large areas across the world, potentially saving image analysts countless hours manually categorizing and labeling items within an image.

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