Space for Ukraine: Call for Expertise
It is exactly four months ago today that Russian troops invaded the territory of Ukraine. The war in this country is still ongoing, with no end in sight. Groundstation has been reporting on the use of satellite data technologies in support of Ukraine, right from the first days of the war.
Among the developing stories, we have been tracking the roll-out of Starlink, largely through social media posts, leading to the registration of Starlink as a satellite operator in Ukraine:
Starlink is keeping Ukraine connected to the World
The Latest News about Starlink in Ukraine
150,000 Active Users and an Office in Ukraine – The Latest on Starlink in Ukraine
What is Happening with Starlink in Ukraine Now?
Starlink in Ukraine: Restoring Connections and a New Operator License
Almost on a weekly basis, we review satellite images that show us the devastating consequences of war.
Witnessing the Destruction of Mariupol from Space
Eyes on Ukraine: Satellite observations of the war in cities
Satellite images reveal the horrors of war
In addition, we explore the possibilities of using satellite data technologies for agriculture, but also the collection of evidence of war crimes.
How Space May Help Save the 2022 Agriculture Season in Ukraine
We follow and actively advertise initiatives by the global space sector aimed at helping the Ukrainian people:
Satellite Imagery Companies in Support of Ukraine
ESA Funding Opportunity: Space in Response to Humanitarian Crises
We continue to strongly encourage industry experts to share their experiences, research, and suggestions on the application of satellite data technologies in times of war.Please let us know if you would like us to write about any space related project in support of the people of Ukraine, or help you publish your articles on this topic!
Featured image credit: Freepik