18 - 19 June 2019
Catalonia Barcelona Plaza Hotel - Barcelona


Registration & Coffee


Chairperson's Remarks

Stuart Martin, CEO, Satellite Applications Catapult


Welcome Address

Dan Jablonsky, President & CEO, Maxar


Innovation at Scale

Tony Frazier, Executive Vice President, Global Field Operations, Maxar


Our Planet is at risk. Why are we not already at scale (in the development community, at least)?

Keith Garrett, Senior Geographer, World Bank

Commercial satellite imagery is incredibly useful to every phase of economic development and monitoring the SDGs. The list of use cases and examples grows every year. Yet most of the use remains in the form of isolated projects and pilots. At a basic level, the technology has been there for decades. The SDGs specify what we need to watch. Imagery and the tools to help exploit it get better year after year, month after month. Massive technological improvements occur almost annually. Why isn’t the development community already at scale? What holds us back? This talk will look a little more closely at how this corner of the commercial imagery market works, and when and why it doesn’t.


Taking the pulse of planet Earth

Iarla Kilbane-Dawe, Head of Φ lab, ESA


Networking Break

Lightning Talk | AI for the Sendai Framework: enhancing disaster preparedness and risk governance using object detection for effective response

Angela Corbari, Co-Founder & COO, Studiomapp

10:40 | Takes place in exhibition area


Using Satellite Imagery and AI to Assist in Mapping the World

Drishtie Patel, Program Manager - Maps and Location, Facebook

Over the past 2 years a team at Facebook has been using machine learning algorithms and satellite imagery to create various map data products including population density and a roads map layer at country scale. In addition to helping with Facebooks connectivity efforts and disaster response, these processes have helped to power human mappers to edit and validate map data in OpenStreetMap much faster and with higher accuracy. Much of the developing world is not mapped and mapping at the scale and quality needed for both NGO's and Tech companies is challenging to do manually. This talk will cover how the team is focused on bringing AI and commercial imagery to an already vibrant and active Open Source Community.


Providing Better Denominators for Development Sector Work

Io Blair-Freese, Associate Program Officer - GD Strategy, Data & Analytics, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

This session will introduce the Geospatial Reference, Infrastructure and Demographic Data for Development (GRID3) Program, a partnership between UNFPA, WorldPop/Flowminder, CIESIN, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and DFID. GRID3 aims to collect sub-national data on boundaries, placenames, settlements, and populations, all of which are vital to a wide range of development and humanitarian objectives. These data are essential for needs assessments, planning and budgeting; equitable distribution of public resources and services; monitoring the incidence, prevalence and spatial transmission of disease; targeting interventions and tracking population trends to assess progress; natural resource protection and many other public functions. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provide a simple way of linking many kinds of geospatially-referenced data and a highly intuitive way of communicating the results of data analysis, through a medium -- maps -- that allow decision-makers without data expertise to understand sophisticated and rigorous findings.


Go Digital – how Big Data, AI and Agile methodologies can help Telcos

Lorenzo Minelli, Head of Global Network Planning Optimization, Nokia


Leveraging Data and ML to build SEA's super app

Mr. Ajay Bulusu, Head of Maps Operations, GRAB


Lunch Break

Lightning Talk | Lightning talk: A plethora of opportunities unlocked by a huge amount of EO data being available today

Grega Milcinski, Co-Founder & CEO, Sinergise

12:45 - 13:00 | Takes place in exhibition area

Lightning Talk | Using the Hive Swarm to rapidly use the crowd to provide answers to your requirements

Alex Dunmire, Senior Director - Analytical Services, Maxar

13:05 - 13:20 | Takes place in exhibition area

Lightning Talk | Integrated Space-Time Crop Analytics to support sugar-cane production forecast and insights

Rui Ribeiro, CEO, Elio Tecnologia

13:25 - 13:45 | Takes place in exhibition area


Earth observation ecosystem – heading to a turning point?

Pacome Revillion, CEO, Euroconsult


Near Real Time Insights from Satellite Imagery on AWS

Luke Wells, Solutions Architect, AWS

In order to glean insights from satellite imagery in near real time, organizations must build low-latency machine learning workflows that downlink, process and generate predictions in a timely manner. To generate inferences, or predictions, in near real time, organizations must choose to locate significant compute resources close to the antenna or ship the entire data set back to a suitable location with sufficient compute resources. With the advent of AWS Ground Station, organizations can downlink satellite imagery directly into the AWS cloud to enable near real time machine learning workflows. Come learn how AWS Ground Station enables near real time insights for satellite imagery on AWS!


Creating an Internet of the Sky and Earth for Sustainable and Profitable Farming

Dr. Srinivasu Pappula, Chief Scientist & Global Head, Digital Farming Initiatives, Tata Consultancy Services

The intersection of the Sky and the Earth is going to create tremendous opportunities in the world of farming leading the world closer to Sustainable and Profitable Farming at the micro level while ushering new paradigms in Food Security and Climate Risk Management at the macro level. AgSkyENet™ - the Internet of Sky and Earth – will be presented along with the revolutionary PRIDE™ model to showcase the grassroots level technology and business model innovations from the TCS Digital Farming Initiatives Group


Business Decisions based on Space-data

William Ricard, Manager, PwC Space Practice

Thanks to the increasing availability of satellite data and advancements in cloud computing and storage, the earth observation market is becoming more and more democratised. With applications across different sectors, both public and private, satellite data providers and analytics providers are ramping up their efforts to push their technology solutions to the stakeholders. However, there remains a huge and critical gap between the technology push and the market pull, that needs to be addressed for the market to understand the need and value of satellite data based insights. In this talk, Dr Luigi Scatteia, Director, PwC Space Practice will present how PwC's Insights from Space addresses this gap using tools such as data fusion, cloud solutions, scalable architecture and a use-case driven approach.


Networking Break

Lightning Talk | Using a multi-sensor Approach to Identifying Persistent Change

Kyle Ellis, Senior Manager - Program Management, Maxar

15:30 - 15:45 | Takes place in exhibition area



David Lozano, Senior Business Development Manager - IOT, Vodafone


Map making in the era of big data

Herve Claus, Director MAPS Global Sourcing, TomTom


Earth Observation paradigm evolution from thematic platforms to digital services: role of radar data in the analytics era

Massimo Comparini, CEO, E-GEOS


Satellite remote sensing of The Ocean Cleanup operations

Bruno Sainte-Rose, Lead Computational Modeler, The Ocean Clean Up

The Ocean Cleanup develops technologies to rid the oceans of plastic. In the frame of the deployment of its first ever cleanup system, Wilson, The Ocean Cleanup has been investigating the feasibility of satellite remote sensing for monitoring the cleanup systems and detecting the plastics from space. The author will present the outcome of this Proof of Concept carried out on Maxar Technologies platforms.


ENGAGE 2019 Awards

17:30 - 19:30

Networking Reception - Sponsored by AWS

Sponsored by AWS, join us for drinks & snacks on the top floor panoramic terrace with views over Palace Montjuic

Stream 1: Geospatial Innovators Stream 2: Humanitarian & Sustainability Stream 3: Defense & Intelligence Stream 4: The Most Robust Earth Observation Capabilities


Welcome Coffee


Geospatial Innovators

Deborah Humphreville, Director - Strategic Accounts, Maxar

Seeing a better World by Seeing the World Better

Rhiannan Price, Director - Global Development, Maxar

Mission Critical Geospatial Capabilities

Iain MacInnes, Director - Major Accounts (Europe), Maxar

The Most Robust EO Capabilities

Steven Allen, Senior Manager, Maxar


The future of the fossil fuel industry – and how satellite imagery can help

Karl Jeffery, Editor, Digital Energy Journal

How satellite imagery can helping oil and gas industry operate more efficiently in exploration and production

  • How satellite imagery can help governments provide better management / oversight to oil and gas industry, ensuring contribution to local economy and society is maximised
  • Possibility of monitoring flaring and CO2 emissions by satellite
  • Contribution to meeting UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

From Space to Village: How Geospatial Technology is Influencing USAID

Carrie Stokes, Chief Geographer & Director of the GeoCenter, USAID

SecureWatch - The insight you need, when you need it

Ken Joyce, Director - Online Products, Maxar

This session will cover the latest developments in our SecureWatch service for national security professionals including LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS of Image Exploit Mode, VIIRS Nighttime Lights, and on-demand tasking and archive ordering.

Future Constellations

Jeff Culwell, Senior Vice President - Chief Product Officer, Maxar


Tools for the automation of powerline maintenance with remote sensing

Aurelio Garcia Rochera, Director - Geospatial Analytics & Victor Zaldo Fornies, Remote Sensing Project Manager - COTESA

EO for Food Security Monitoring and Emergency Response

Fawad Raza, Regional GIS, Remote Sensing and Information & Knowledge Management Officer, World Food Programme

United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organization, fighting hunger worldwide. WFP’s efforts focus on emergency assistance, relief & rehabilitation, development aid and special operations.

This session focuses on the use of earth observation to support food security analysis alongside contributing to the informed decision making process in emergency preparedness and response for achieving Zero Hunger.

Rapid Access - Intelligence on Demand

Jen Templeton, Senior Manager of Capacity Products Maxar

Rapid Access Program Session – Come find out how Rapid Access Program (RAP) brings the world’s most advanced commercial imaging satellite constellation directly to your fingertips. RAP delivers the highest commercially available collection priority, predictable access, plus virtual control of imaging operations to help you meet your mission requirements – all from any location on Earth. Enjoy a RAP LIVE DEMONSTRATION where we will show you how to receive satellite access without the excess of infrastructure that includes Order Placement, Satellite Access Window (SAW) Collection Planning, and Imagery Hosting & Dissemination

Earth Intelligence with AI, Machine Learning & Crowdsourcing

Kevin Lausten, Senior Director - Solutions, Maxar


Harnessing Earth Observation to Power the World's Most Detailed Urban Air Quality Models

Richard Flemmings, Operations Director, Tcarta

Geospatial analysis to support high-resolution population mapping

Heather Chamberlain, Enterprise Fellow, WorldPop Flowminder

Space-Based Maritime Domain Awareness: State of the Art / Improvements on the Horizon

Jeff Hurley, Radar Solutions, Maxar

A review of the current capabilities related to primarily space-based maritime domain awareness, with a focus on the near-term roadmap for improvements. This presentation will look at the current Research and Development efforts to improve the inputs from RADARSAT-2 for Maritime Surveillance.

Maxar Product Portfolio

John Cartwright, Vice President - Product Management, Maxar


Networking Break

Lightning Talk | Sustainable Development with Geo Market Platforms and IoT

Andreas Kühnen, Business Development and Solution Sales, cloudeo AG

10:40 - 10:55 | Takes place in exhibition area


SpaceNet: Accelerating Open Source Geospatial Machine Learning

Ryan Lewis, Senior Vice President & Director of CosmiQ Works, In-Q-Tel

The advent of rapidly evolving machine learning algorithms and frameworks present an unprecedented opportunity the geospatial industry. Yet, many in academia, technology startups, incumbent firms, and government agencies face numerous hurdles in applying these emerging technologies to existing applications such as foundational mapping. Specifically, a lack of curated, labeled data sets; benchmarked, open source machine learning models; and modern software tools limit the ability for practitioners and researchers to fully utilize machine learning capabilities such as computer vision. In order to address this problem, In-Q-Tel (IQT) CosmiQ Works, Maxar, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Intel AI formed SpaceNet, a nonprofit LLC designed to open source, host machine learning competitions, and open source algorithms and software. To date, SpaceNet has hosted 4 challenges with over 1,000 participants. The SpaceNet data set has been downloaded millions of times in over 79 countries. This talk will describe the results of previous SpaceNet challenges and open source projects and highlight future data sets and training workshops.

Geospatial Solutions Accelerate Disaster Response

William Porter, Sr. Manager, Operations Support, Team Rubicon

As 3 Global Commons Converge a New Paradigm in Space-Based Maritime Situational Awareness is emergin

Guy Thomas, Founder and Director, C-SIGMA LLC

EarthWatch - a time machine at your fingertips

Ken Joyce, Director of Online Products, Maxar


Telecommunications, Automotive and Civil Engineering - AW3D Global high resolution 3D enabling new use cases

Dr. Ken Tsutsui, Technical and R&D manager, AW3D - NTT Data

Remote Sensing in International Human Rights Operations: Technical, Ethical, and Legal Challenges

Jonathan Drake, Senior Program Associate, AAAS

Remote sensing offers solutions to some of the world’s most pressing human rights documentation challenges. Since the dawn of high-resolution civilian satellite imaging, increasingly rapid revisit time, improved spatial resolution, and broader and deeper imagery archives have revolutionized the way that communities, NGOs, and international courts and commissions collect, review, and interpret evidence. Yet, to realize the full potential that these technologies can offer for documenting violations and holding perpetrators accountable, it is critical that human rights advocates, investigators, litigators, and judges understand the capabilities, methods, and limitations of these systems. This session will discuss the technical, ethical, and legal challenges that have been associated with using remote sensing in a human rights context over the last decade, and will discuss how emerging trends such as blockchain and machine learning may offer solutions, while also presenting their own unique challenges.

Earth Observation services for Maritime Surveillance

Pedro Lourenco, Head of Earth Observation Services, EMSA

InSAR, Asset Monitoring, Elevation, Carbon Stock Management

Bob Dams, Business Development Manager, RADAR Solutions for Oil and Gas, Maxar


Leveraging AI to Convert Pixels into HD Vector Maps

Bill Singleton, Vice President, will present how its semi-automated approach of combining deep neural networks with scalable crowd map annotators can be combined to create continental scale vector map data while achieving human-level accuracy. In this discussion we will outline how our workflow creates an iterative learning system that continually improves upon its detection capabilities. These systems have been used by Federal Governments and NGOs all over the world to help build the Next Generation Earth to help vulnerable populations in the developing world.

Urban Profiling in Remote Settings

Craig von Hagen, Regional Director - Jordan, iMMAP

25 Years Pushing the Boundaries

Alvaro Rodriguez, Operations Manager, European Union Satellite Centre

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning - Secrets to Crunching Geospatial Big Data

Heath Rasco, Director, Technical Programs, Maxar


Loohcal Media, Gloohbal Measurement

Daniel Cuende, Co-Founder & Innovation Manager, CUENDE Infometrics.

New information sources and disruptive technology has brought to Out-Of-Home media research new possibilities to demonstrate the power of a Media that is evolving with the rise of Digital and programmatic. Big Data, passive measurement, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and high-resolution commercial satellite images are now part of the research techniques applied in different countries. Discover the methodology and technology awarded by FEPE International, the Out-of-Home trade association.

In Plain Sight

Richard Brittan, Co-Founder & Director, Alcis

In plain sight – use of satellite Imagery to analyse and monitor extractive activities in Afghanistan. This presentation would cover the key points of a report we have just written for USIP, that has attracted a lot of interest from Governments and International donors to Afghanistan. So much so, we will be doing further work in this area which will be completed in June this year, and which I could as well include in this presentation.

Technology Research and Foresight for border security

Darek Saunders, Senior Research Officer - Research and Innovation Unit · Capacity Building Division, Frontex

  • Frontex goal-oriented approach
  • Stakeholders’ roles
  • EO Technology Research and Foresight

MAXAR – your essential partner in mapping a 3D world

Orla Dermody, PhD, Director, Advanced Products, Maxar

This talk will focus on the range of offerings by Maxar to enable you to create high quality 3D maps. With both an update on existing products and the roadmap, we want to enable you to make decisions as to how elevation data can be incorporated into your workflows for map making and ultimately feature extraction.


Lunch Break

Lightning Talk | Private sector engagement in GEO

Steven Ramage, GEO

12:40 - 12:50 | Takes place in exhibition area

Lightning Talk | VideoInform Lightning Talk

12:55 - 13:10 | Takes place in exhibition area


Accelerating innovation at the intersection of AI&EO: a Catapult perspective

Tom Jones, Senior Earth Observation Specialist, Satellite Applications Catapult

People, Pixels and Chimpanzees: Designing Sustainable Futures with Local Communities and Satellite Images

Dr. Lilian Pintea, Vice-President Conservation Science, the Jane Goodall Institute - USA

Analytics Solutions for Defense & Intelligence

Janel Brown, Director of Special Operations and International Solutions, Maxar

Mosaic basemaps are the canvas for accurately mapping our world

Vicki Bassett, Product Management, Maxar

Image mosaics are the ideal foundation for creating accurate, large-scale maps. Learn about our latest innovations that offer improved currency, clarity, and accuracy, ensuring Maxar’s mosaics are your most reliable, high-quality canvas for accurately mapping our world.


Critical Property Risk Information – an AI-driven Approach

Dave Fox, CEO, Geospatial Insight

Established as a leading provider of post-risk event analytics to the global insurance sector, Geospatial Insight is creating a new generation of Visual Intelligence products for the insurance and reinsurance industry, helping that to densify their property data to enhance risk understanding and drive mitigation strategies. Working closely with DigitalGlobe, the new PropertyView solution leverages the flexibility of the GBDX platform through the application of AI algorithms to generate business-critical intelligence at scale and on demand.

Getting insight out of pixels and into pockets

Ian Schuler, CEO, Development Seed

Maritime domain Awareness and the Intelligence cycle for fisheries

Pablo Trueba, Senior Fisheries Analyst, OceanMind

Intelligence in fisheries is the gathering of relevant information and the provision of actionable insights that empowers decision-makers to take action. Intelligence can include activity of fishing and fishing-related vessels of interest (activity of interest) and other activities that surrounds and/or impacts these extractive activities in the areas of interest. Fishing is the most complex at-sea activity taking place across the world’s oceans and affects food security and human livelihoods. Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing is the major threat to fish stocks sustainability , therefore, identifying and responding to IUU fishing threats in a timely manner is a critical factor. OceanMind uses the standard Intelligence Cycle (Planning/Collection/Processing/Analysis/Dissemination in a closed 5 stages cycle) to provide with the most comprehensive approach to detect and report risks using Satellite data that can be utilised to quickly identify IUU threats compared with traditional at-sea patrols, and at the same time allows the allocation of such assets in the most effective forward planning

The Use of Weather Desk™ for Commodities

Chris Hyde, Director - Weather Desk, Maxar

Weather impacts so many industries around the world. For the past 30 years, Maxar’s meteorologists have provided weather support for the agriculture and energy commodity markets. Maxar’s Weather Desk™ platform provides access to timely and accurate weather data that empowers decision making and mitigates risk. Special weather reports focus on key market-moving concerns and 24/7/365 consultation is available for clients worldwide. This presentation will showcase key products in Weather Desk™ and how users in the commodities markets make decisions based on the information provided.


How to calculate people from Space?

Georgy Potapov, Founder, GeoAlert

We are living it the very fast changing urban environment. Even in more-european-like countries like Russia (> we face inaccurate data regarding urban development and a distribution of population. Partly the problem can be solved using satellite imagery - the tricky thing is not just to segmentate image to get the building mask, but to fill each building feature with the semantic attributes. To get this information on a grand scale researchers use another algorithms with multi-angle imagery or shadows and walls segmentation to remodel building heights which is much faster than ground observation or official cadastral database.

In Geoalert we are providing a pipeline powered by GBDX Big Data platform to collect information about urban environment including buildings, roads, parking lots and more...

Protecting Forests from Space with Satellite Imagery and AI

Indra den Bakker, CEO & Co-Founder,

Forests are the lungs of our planet, but they are under pressure. Data-driven information about the status of our forests is needed to better understand the value of forests and the threats forests face. Applying machine learning to high-resolution satellite imagery provide the insights needed to act. Insights into the quantity and quality of forests, such as forest composition, biomass, deforestation, insect plagues, and extreme drought.

Create, Visualize, Analyze

Scott Hooper, Vice President of Global Business Development, TerraSim

Create, Visualize, Analyze will cover how TerraSim leverages DigitalGlobe’s geospatial data in commercially available open standard tools for building 3D virtual environments for simulation & gaming applications, including Analytics, Training & Situational Awareness. This presentation will also discuss how Bohemia’s open standards software applications & toolkits are able to stream raw geospatial data for hundreds of similar applications.

Bohemia Interactive Simulations is an industry leader in Modeling & Simulation COTS (commercial off the shelf) software applications & toolkits, trusted by 59 nations and hundreds of integrators across the globe.

Insights When you Need Them with Object Detection and Change Monitoring

Wendy Johnson, Director of Product Management, Maxar

Maxar’s cutting edge machine learning innovators use Maxar’s the highest resolution satellite imagery to provides the most accurate and up to date insights about our changing world. Learn how leaders in autonomous vehicle design, oil and gas, and emergency management use Maxar Analytics to protect their investments and stay ahead of the competition.


Geospatial Analytics: Pushing the Energy Industry Towards the Digital Age Using AI

Kedar Kulkarni, CEO, HyperVerge

The energy industry is a legacy industry with the information required for making critical decisions regarding new developments (either developers or utilities) spread across various online and offline sources. Additionally, accurate there is a paucity of accurate information regarding substation and transmission line data (names, kV levels, owners, capacities, etc.). HyperVerge used GBDX to seamlessly access satellite imagery for the state of Texas, bigger than most countries, to build a high accuracy AI algorithm to detect all substations and transmission lines with a 99% accuracy. Leveraging this, learn how HyperVerge, along with our partner DNV GL, is building the Google for the energy industry where any information that a market player in the energy industry wants to access is easily accessible rapid decision making.

Green City Watch: from challenge to startup

Jim Groot, CTO & Chris van Diemen, CDO - Green City Watch

Green City Watch was started by three friends who studied earth science at the University of Amsterdam. After participating (and winning) digitalglobe's GBDX for sustainability challenge we have worked closely together with people at DigitalGlobe and the World Bank to bring the analysis to the municipalities for whom it was build. Hear about our vision and the journey we have been on for the last year at ENGAGE 2019.

Customs intelligence in fragile borderlands: how can geodata help?

Mariya Polner, Senior Policy Advisor, Enforcement and Compliance, WCO

Mariya Polner joined the WCO in 2009 and since then she has occupied several positions. In her current role as a Senior Policy Advisor at the WCO Enforcement and Compliance Sub-Directorate, she deals with a variety of issues related to illicit trade, data analytics and security. Since 2015, she has become a Programme Lead on Cultural Heritage, working on the development and implementation of the global advocacy to counter illicit trafficking of cultural objects, supported by operational tools for Customs administrations. She represents the WCO in several specialised groups such as the OECD Task Force on Countering Illicit Trade and INTERPOL Expert Group on Stolen Cultural Property. Before joining the WCO in 2009, Mariya worked at the European Commission’s Directorate General on External Relations and at the European Union Border Assistance Mission to Moldova and Ukraine. Mariya holds two degrees: an MA in International Relations from Central European University (Budapest, Hungary), and an MA in EU Politics from the College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium). She has published a number of articles on security, illicit trade and governance.

Earth Intelligence is a Team Sport - Product Partnerships

Pierre Izard, Senior Director of Product Partnerships, Maxar

Our customers and partners expect Maxar to look ahead, plan accordingly, and innovate at high velocity. Our customers expect us to craft the most compelling offerings and to do so with world-class partners in a manner that can be sustained at scale. Our product partnerships are at the core of our Earth Intelligence portfolio and we look forward to sharing our approach, our vision, and our ideas with the Engage audience.


Monitoring coastal erosion from space

Mark Hennen, Project Manager and Technical Lead, Argans

WWF’s Space+Science activities for conservation from space

Aurelie Shapiro, Senior Remote Sensing Specialist, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Germany

WWF uses state-of-the-art space technologies to support conservation of ecosystems around the world. From developing new CubeSat constellations to track wildlife and combat poaching and illegal wildlife trade; using Earth Observation to monitor and respond to challenges such as illegal deforestation, degradation, pollution, or quantify the ecosystem services and baselines supporting local communities and livelihoods, WWF is present in more than 100 counties, applying space technology and innovation to conservation challenges every day via its Space+Science activities.

Earth Intelligence - Change Detection and Monitoring

Jim Stokes, Sr Director - Analytics Products, Maxar

New tendencies in sensors for EO, with onboard Artificial Intelligence for Image Processing

Juan Tomas Hernani, CEO, Satlantis

My talk will review the miniaturization efforts made in space cameras through a combination of technologies, highlighting AI as a today's effective solution to duplicate resolution and reduce data transmission rates. I will end up mentioning the potential impact in LEGION, as the possibilities for data capture increase and the hardware cost enables more populated constellations.


Summary and Take Aways - Future Industries

Deborah Humphreville, Director - Strategic Accounts, Maxar

Summary and Take Aways

Rhiannan Price, Director - Global Development, Maxar

Vessel Detection Service, how Maxar helps you in your Maritime Monitoring and Surveillance missions

Laurent Dezamy, Product Manager – Maritime Applications, Maxar

Summary and Take Aways

Steven Allen, Senior Manager, Maxar



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