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Monitoring Our Changing World
As we approach 2016, our world remains unsurprisingly full of challenges. Within our community, we know that Satellite systems and the associated applications are central to the development of best practices in the field of the environmental monitoring. The Big Brother "eyes" of our satellites watch over our wonderful yet often fragile environment.

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Let's Briefly Summarise 2015
The year is rapidly coming to a close. Take a look back with us on an eventful 2015 and let's look forward to another exciting year! – Seasons Greeting and best wishes from the GEO-Intelligence team.
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Emergency Response
No matter if there is a flood in Iraq, dam collapse in Brazil, earthquake in Nepal, volcano eruption in Chile…Find out how the Airbus Defence and Space Constellation supports rescue operations in the frame of the Disaster Charter.
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SPOT – Picturing a World of Constant Change
We give you the World! SPOT satellites have covered the Earth's entire land surface more than 700 times over the last 30 years. Benefit from our huge archive at a special price.
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ImagineGEO talks to...
... Claire Tinel
Explore how Claire Tinel, CNES representative to the International Charter 'Space and Major Disasters', thinks about the significant efforts to the constant improvement of the service for the benefit of the entire World.
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ImagineGEO talks to ...
... Dr. Tobias Schneiderhan
Learn how Dr. Tobias Schneiderhan, Head of the Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information, thinks about the strengths of Radar imagery to contribute to the International Charter 'Space and Major Disasters'.
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Flooding Swept Serbia – Our Constellation was at Hand
Three days of record rainfall turned the Sava river into a deadly torrent and caused the worst floods in Serbia in more than a century. At the request of the Republic Geodetic Authority of Serbia (RGA) Airbus Defence and Space urgently tasked all satellites of the constellation over the flooded areas in order to support the international emergency response and speed up post damage assessment.
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