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  • Laurence Russell

Satellogic selected as 2022 award finalist by European Association of Remote Sensing Companies

Satellogic Inc., a leader in sub-meter resolution Earth Observation data collection, announced today it has been selected as a finalist by the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) for its “Company Award 2022.” The Company Award recognises the company considered by EARSC to have made a significant contribution to the development of the EO Services sector in Europe in the current year. Award winners will be announced on June 14, 2022 at the EARSC Award ceremony during the EXPANDEO & the FIRE Forum 2022 in Brussels.

“We are honored to be named a finalist by EARSC for its Company Award category,” stated Emiliano Kargieman, CEO and Co-Founder of Satellogic. “This recognition by such a renowned industry association helps reaffirm the value of the work we are doing to democratize Earth Observation data. We have significantly expanded our constellation in the last year and have provided valuable information to Europe to help face some of its most significant challenges.”

In addition to a board member role at EUROGI, the European Umbrella Organisation for Geographic Information, Satellogic team members serve active roles in the EARSC Green Deal Working Group, specifically Forest Management and Methane Monitoring, as well as the EARSC EO Solutions for Local and Regional Authorities Working Group. Satellogic is also a part of the International Disaster Charter, headquartered in Frascati, Italy. The Company provides images and full-motion video at no cost to the Charter’s authorized users to enable access to timely information for disaster events worldwide.

Satellogic recently announced several teaming agreements with companies located in the European region to enable greater access to its data as well as to support segmented applications, including: European Space Imaging, a leading global supplier of high-resolution satellite imagery; Up42, a Germany-based geospatial analytics platform and marketplace; Geollect, a UK-based intelligence organization focused on delivering timely and scalable maritime domain awareness; Kleos Space, a Luxembourg-based radio-frequency satellite company offering customers a dynamic analysis using both RF and EO data; Mayday.ai, a Germany-based analytics group that provides risk and disaster intelligence; and Spaceway, a Portugal-based company focused on IoT and EO applications, especially in viticulture.


Satellogic currently operates 26 high-resolution satellites and expects to increase its constellation to 34 satellites by Q1 2023. The Company is working towards building the unparalleled capability of remapping the entire surface of the Earth daily in high resolution for better decision-making at every level around the world.

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