Tags : Ukraine

EUSpace4Ukraine: the EU’s space tool for the Ukrainian people

The European Union Space Programme Agency, EUSPA, is launching a platform to put space at the service of the Ukrainian people, under the motto: EUspace4Ukraine. The European Union Space Programme Agency, EUSPA, is launching a new platform to put space at the service of the Ukrainian people: EUspace4Ukraine. This platform aims to bring innovators, start-ups and businesses […]Read More

The Latest News about Starlink in Ukraine

A few weeks ago we reported about Starlink in Ukraine. In our article we followed how SpaceX quickly responded to a Ukrainian government call on Twitter to help keep the internet working in strategic locations in war-struck Ukraine. The invasion of Russian troops into the territory of Ukraine is accompanied by a huge stream of […]Read More

Satellite images reveal the horrors of war (UPD)

This weekend, the world saw horrific footage of cities just outside Kyiv, abandoned earlier by Russian troops. Much of this footage was taken by journalists and representatives of the Ukrainian authorities. Footage from the city of Bucha shocked the world. There is a lot of work to be done to gather evidence and bring the […]Read More

Eyes on Ukraine: Satellite observations of the war in cities

Straight from the beginning of the invasion of Russian troops in Ukraine we talked about the use of satellite data for information about the situation on the ground. Disaster monitoring and management has long been one of the focus points of Earth Observation satellites, both in the context of natural, as well as human-caused disasters. […]Read More

Starlink is keeping Ukraine connected to the World

A month ago this week, Russian troops invaded Ukraine. Watching the course of the invasion almost live, the world was quick to express its solidarity with the Ukrainian people. One of the best examples of this support is the quick response of SpaceX in reply to an urgent request by the Ukrainian government. Bring in […]Read More

Satellogic and Astraea Distribute Earth Observation Data to Ukraine

Satellogic, a leader in sub-meter resolution satellite imagery collection, announced a collaboration with Astraea, a geospatial and AI analysis software company, to distribute critical Earth Observation data directly to the government of Ukraine, allied governments, and humanitarian organisations on the ground. Earth Observation Data to support Ukraine Satellogic is providing its Daily Collection Access service […]Read More

Artificial Intelligence for Monitoring the War in Ukraine

In an attempt to make its state of the art Artificial Intelligence (AI) analysis software available to anyone looking for validated information on the war in Ukraine, Dutch AI specialist OPT/NET BV has been developing a new application: UKROPTOSS. This new platform is based on OPT/NET’s successful TSAR-AI data analysis solution. OPT/NET analysis software helps […]Read More

Satellite Imagery as Evidence in War Crime Investigations

Earlier this week, Russian forces fired artillery shells at a maternity unit and a children’s hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine. Previously, multiple sources indicated that more healthcare facilities had been bombed. International humanitarian law, as codified in the Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols, focuses on the protection of “civilian objects,” which include schools, hospitals, residences, and […]Read More

The truth of satellite data in information wars

As we research and post information about the role of satellite data in the war in Ukraine, we at Groundstation.Space become part of the discussion about the reliability and non-bias of our information. We are very aware of the fact that this war is as much an information war as it is a physical invasion […]Read More

Satellite Imagery Companies in Support of Ukraine

After the call for satellite imagery by EOSDA CEO Max Polyakov and Ukraine Vice Premier Mykhailo Fedorov earlier this week, many satellite providers pledged their support for Ukraine. In these desperate times of misinformation and distrust of evidence, satellite imagery is one of the few unbiased sources of information. Calling Satellite Imagery Companies to Support […]Read More