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EARSC welcomes two new members!

Following a Membership Campaign, the EARSC Board is glad to welcome 2 new Companies in our Association: Aratos Technologies S.A. and DMC International Imaging

On EARSC behalf, we are certain that new Members will contribute actively to the aims of EARSC enthusiastically involved in coordinating and strengthening the Earth-observation chain and promoting the European Earth observation industry in programmes such as GMES and GEOSS.

Up to now, EARSC has grown 50% in 2005, which encourage us in the Board of Directors to continue to do our best to fulfill the tasks that you as members could expect of the association. On EARSC behalf, Welcome!

More information about new members at:

Aratos Technologies S.A.

Aratos Technologies S.A. was founded in 1995 and is one of the first European downstream value-added services company in the space sector. We carry out value added services in the areas of Environmental Protection, Land Use and Urban Planning, Disaster Management, Agricultural sector monitoring and Security using space and satellite technologies. The scientific resources, the experience of our experts and the know-how of the company satisfy all customer needs, ensuring excellent quality of service. Aratos Technologies S.A. is certified with ISO 9001:2000.

More info at ARATOS website

DMC International Imaging

DMCii is a UK company specialising in satellite remote sensing, and in the unique position of coordinating a constellation of international satellites for commercial imaging campaigns and international disaster response, DMCii works with a range of end-users in Europe and GMES. DMCii supplies commercial imaging services with programmed multispectral imagery at 22 and 32metres gsd from the DMC wide-swath imagers on the 6 satellites in the DMC constellation, and very high resolution panchromatic data of 2.8 and 4metres gsd from the Topsat and Beijing-1 satellites. DMCii specialises in the rapid and timely supply of satellite imagery for precision agriculture services, and in the provision of value-added forest monitoring services, especially in difficult tropical rainforest regions. It has imaged the Brazilian Amazon since 2005, and is currently working across Africa and Indonesia.

More info at DMCii