Deimos Imaging

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Deimos Imaging S.L.
Private company
Industry Space
Genre Satellite Products and Services Provider
Founded 2006
Founder Deimos Space, LATUV
Headquarters Boecillo, Valladolid, Spain
Area served
The entire world
Key people
Pedro Duque, Executive Chairman
Products Satellite Imagery, Value Added Products
Number of employees
35 (2011)
Parent Elecnor
Website http://www.deimos-imaging.com

Deimos Imaging is a Spanish company which operates a complete Remote Sensing system. The system comprises the satellites Deimos-1 and Deimos-2, the ground station at Boecillo near Valladolid, the reception hardware hosted at KSAT, Svalbard and an image processing laboratory with generation of agricultural and environment products also at Boecillo.

Deimos-1 satellite has been operational since its launch on 29 July 2009 [1] and the company has been commercializing imagery ever since. The goal of the company is to provide imagery data globally at the highest quality standards.[2] 19 June 2014, Deimos-2 was launched as well.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lanzamiento del satélite
  2. ^ http://calval.cr.usgs.gov/JACIE_files/JACIE11/Presentations/WedAM/1115_Pirondini_JACIE_11.107.pdf “Deimos-1 Absolute Calibration and Data Validation,” 10th Annual JACIE ( Joint Agency Commercial Imagery Evaluation) Workshop, March 29–31, 2011, Boulder CO, USA

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