Civil Engineering and Infrastructures
Ensuring access to drinkable water in Goma, a hostile conflict area in the Congo, by restoring and constructing a new water infrastructure in a short timescale, to prevent epidemics linked to hydric diseases.
Providing African Cities with Safe Access to Drinkable Water Using Elevation1
Managing trees, shrubs and plants alongside the railway is essential for any network company. With its partner FLAC Airbus developed a solution to prevent the danger of trees falling onto the tracks to keep the railways safe and operational.
Vegetation Assessment Risk Modelling for Network Rail
2016 RAID Expedition to Antarctica, Pléiades tracks the convoy of tractors between two polar stations
2016 RAID Expedition to Antarctica
Stack Insight: The Number One Solution for Mining Companies
Remote Monitoring of Iron Ore Mining Pits with Stack Insight
The potential benefits of an easy-to-navigate Northwest Passage are significant. An important component to establish a reliable route planning and guidance through the ice is the installation of a coastal surveillance radar system that can detect, identify and track all ground and sea-moving targets.
PASSAGES - Or Planning of Radar Tower Locations in the Northwest Passage with WorldDEM
Airbus Defence and Space presents the Pléiades images of the 14 largest stadiums in the United States. The impressive architecture of these stadiums has contributed to making US Football one of the most followed sporting events in the world.
American football stadiums seen by the Pléiades satellite
The Mosul Dam was built in the early 1980s. With a length of 3.65km and the crest elevation at 341m, the Mosul dam is the largest dam in Iraq. It is located in Northwestern Iraq on the Tigris River, upstream of the city of Mosul. The purpose of the dam is to generate hydroelectricity and provide water for downstream irrigation. At full capacity, the structure holds around 12.5 million cubic metres of water and provides electricity to the 1.7 million residents of Mosul.
Dam Monitoring with TerraSAR-X – An Effective Alternative to Terrestrial Surveying