NARA Space Technology signs contract with EarthDaily Analytics
Vancouver, BC – October 26, 2021 – EarthDaily Analytics Corp. today announced they have secured a contract with NARA Space Technology. NARA Space Technology will utilize EarthDaily Analytics’ EarthPipeline Software as a Service (SaaS) to provide processing, calibration, and quality assurance services for their upcoming satellite.
“The team at NARA Space Technology is thrilled to be using EarthDaily Analytics’ EarthPipeline service,” said Minsik Kim, principal research engineer at NARA Space Technology. “EarthPipeline will give us the ability to transform our downlinked satellite data into high quality scientific Analysis Ready Data (ARD) for our customers.”
EarthDaily Analytics is a data and analytics company that develops world-first technologies in data services, satellite processing, machine learning, and actionable insights. EarthDaily Analytics offers customers across multiple industries the ability to verify, validate, predict, and forecast using advanced earth observation imaging and enhanced geospatial analytics.
“NARA Space Technology have demonstrated a rigorous mission design and development process with a clear vision for product quality,” said Don Osborne, CEO of EarthDaily Analytics. “EarthDaily Analytics is very excited to support their vision and help accelerate their upcoming imagery sales with our EarthPipeline services.”
The EarthPipeline SaaS is part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network and offers a high-quality, scalable service to allow satellite operators to transform their raw satellite data into accurate analytics ready data products.
“EarthDaily Analytics offers top-of-the-line satellite imaging services,” concluded Osborne. “We are committed to our mission of providing the world’s best earth observation services that helps minimize risk, reduce costs and increase ROI for satellite operators.”
For more information on EarthDaily Analytics and the upcoming satellite constellation, visit: www.earthdaily.com
Geosys is the first global digital agriculture company founded by agronomists. With 30 years of industry experience, Geosys provides customers with the data, analysis and knowledge they need to make more efficient and effective decisions. B2B services range from global risk management and monitoring of agricultural commodities to the marketing of inputs and precision agriculture consulting, using the latest research in agronomy, information technologies and remote sensing. Geosys also develops highly customized business solutions for agricultural lenders, insurers, input suppliers and food companies, with easy-to-use analytics, that help reduce the daily risks of agriculture. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with offices in Europe, Australia and Brazil. A division of EarthDaily analytics Geosys provides space age data and analytics for the organizations and people who feed the planet.
For more information, visit www.geosys.com.
About EarthDaily Analytics
EarthDaily analytics (EDA) is a Canadian company with headquarters in Vancouver, British Columbia, providing evidence-based, actionable insights for addressing some of the world’s greatest challenges, from sustainable agriculture and disaster management to climate change monitoring and forestry protection, among many others. Its Geosys division, with operations in Minneapolis, USA, and Toulouse, France, has more than thirty years of AgTech experience analyzing weather and satellite data for agriculture, serving stakeholders across the agricultural value chain with proven solutions for monitoring and benchmarking crops throughout the growing season.
EDA has developed EarthPipeline, the world’s first Ground Segment as a Service, that uses proprietary algorithms combined with the latest advancements in computer vision and machine learning to produce scientific quality Analytics Ready Data in the cloud at massive scale for “big data” infrastructure and geoanalytics. This fully automated processing pipeline is used with data from a number of satellite sensors to power the geoanalytics services by its Geosys division and is now also being offered commercially. EDA is also developing the EarthDaily Satellite Constellation to image the Earth’s landmass and large maritime areas every single day, with the data being processed by the EarthPipeline to produce scientific-quality superspectral imagery that will power groundbreaking innovations in a wide range of AI and machine learning applications. For more information, visit www.earthdaily.com.
About Antarctica Capital
Antarctica Capital is a global investment firm headquartered in New York with assets under management in excess of $2 billion. Antarctica Capital is dedicated to investments in real assets and companies within its target sectors and the creation of permanent capital vehicles to leverage this investment focus. Antarctica Capital’s investment approach emphasizes partnering with leading management teams, deep knowledge of industry and target company dynamics, conviction around specific trends, and the pursuit of catalyst-driven market opportunities. The firm has an absolute return focus, which leads the firm to rigorously evaluate and build conviction around idiosyncratic investment opportunities and build value through the implementation of its investment strategies, such as SIGA®. The SIGA® strategy originates and optimizes secure income and growth assets (SIGA®) to offer income and capital appreciation. For more information, visit www.antarcticacapital.com.
About NARA Space Technology
Nara Space Technology is a space startup company with its headquarters in Busan, and an R&D center in Seoul, Korea. The company is made up of young, passionate scientists with experience in developing cube satellites. They are developing OBSERVER-1, 16U satellite with 7 bands (1.5 m GSD) for earth observation as well as providing satellite image analysis services for defense, city management, and ESG. Recently, through the development of its own Super Resolution algorithm, the company is expanding its business to help customers to select and use more diverse satellites. For more information, visit www.naraspacetechnology.com.