Vancouver’s EarthDaily Analytics is now an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).
EarthDaily is a provider of satellite Earth Observation processing services and analytics. EarthDaily’s satellite technology provides 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.
If this technology sounds familiar, that’s because it is.
EarthDaily was formed by private equity firm Antarctica Capital after buying parts of UrtheCast after it sought creditor protection last year to avoid bankruptcy.
EarthDaily’s EarthPipeline solution leverages the reliability of AWS to provide satellite operators with a cost-effective Software as a Service (SaaS) to deliver high value Earth Observation image products to their customers.
EarthPipeline SaaS provides satellite operators with immediate access to cost-effective and high-quality satellite image processing, calibration, quality assurance, and commissioning capabilities.
Now, EarthPipeline can be seamlessly integrated with AWS Ground Station which lets customers control satellite communications, process data, and scale their operations without having to worry about building or managing their own ground station infrastructure.
“We’re thrilled to join the AWS Partner Network as an ISV Partner and offer satellite operators a path to accelerate their revenue through the EarthPipeline ground segment SaaS which rapidly commissions, improves product quality and reduces delivery latency compared to traditional ground segment solutions,” said Chris Rampersad, Vice President of Engineering at EarthDaily Analytics.
“With AWS, we can help satellite operators reduce their up-front capital and routine operational costs while adding immediate value to their end customers.”
EarthDaily has been on a roll as of late. Earlier this month they announced a contract with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to conduct trade studies and a demonstration of next generation cloud-based Synthetic-Aperture Radar (SAR) processing.