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How the cloud supports Satellogic’s whole Earth catalog

29 Sep 2021, 16:59 UTC
How the cloud supports Satellogic’s whole Earth catalog
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It’s one thing to send down more than a trillion bytes of satellite data every day, and quite another thing to turn all that data into a complete picture of our planet that’s updated daily.
For the first part of the task, Satellogic — a global company that’s headquartered in Uruguay — turns to a constellation of Earth observation satellites that’s expected to grow from its current 17 spacecraft to more than 300 by 2025.
To help with the processing part of the job, Satellogic turns to Amazon Web Services.
“We’ve built the future together, between Satellogic and AWS,” Clint Crosier, director of AWS Aerospace and Satellite Solutions, told GeekWire. “We’ve enabled them to plan to their goal of being able to image every square kilometer of the Earth every single day.”
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