On December 6th (8:30 - 12:30), the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce and Astrium GEO-Information Services invite companies in the energy sector to a breakfast meeting. Astrium is one of the leading providers of geo-information products and services worldwide and is a subsidiary of EADS. At this meeting, Astrium will give an introduction to and demonstrate their radar satellite-based monitoring services and how these can be of use for the energy sector in Norway. The meeting will take place at the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce.
Hanne Marit Grønning
About Astrium and their services:
The cost-effective use of up-to-date remote sensing information is of increasing importance for professionals facing the manifold challenges of the oil and gas sector. Satellite-based remote sensing is particularly suited to monitor critical infrastructure, exploration and exploitation activities, and maritime transport in the arctic and subarctic regions. Last but not least, remote sensing information is a solid basis for objective communication activities towards different stakeholders and even the general public.
Astrium GEO-Information Services’ mission is to provide extensive and accurate geo-information to enable informed decision-making and support customer’s success. By creating innovative end-to-end solutions, simplifying the access to geo-information and developing reliable data management solutions, Astrium meets individual requirements and supports its customers in reaching their targets.
Astrium’s X-band radar technology is particularly suited for monitoring critical infrastructure for energy resources and maritime services. The weather-independent TerraSAR-X can detect activity on ground or at sea and identify the location and status of exploration and production facilities – with a striking spatial resolution.