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EarthDaily Analytics Appoints Dr. James Tansey As Vice President Of Carbon Analytics

VANCOUVER, BC, March 19, 2022 (EarthDaily Analytics PR) – EarthDaily Analytics Corp. (“EDA” or the “Company”), a vertically-integrated data processing and analytics company pairing cutting-edge Big Data tools with proven Space technologies, today announced the appointment of James Tansey as Vice President of EarthDaily’s Carbon Analytics initiatives.

Tansey has twenty years of experience leading and applying cutting-edge academic research to solve the greatest challenges facing the world, with a particular focus on the use of technology to achieve impact and sustainable investment goals. In his role as VP of Carbon Analytics at EDA, Tansey will lead the development and deployment of a service offering utilizing both existing satellite-derived geoanalytics capabilities and the forthcoming EarthDaily Constellation to provide corporations, investors, and government regulators with the ability to monitor and assure ESG mandates and regulatory compliance globally with scientific-quality data updated on a daily basis. This service will focus in particular on commercial opportunities in the rapidly growing carbon markets.


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  • March 20, 2022
EarthDaily Analytics Announces Timeline for the Launch of Next Generation Satellite Constellation
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EarthDaily Analytics unveils plan to launch a new ground-breaking constellation in 2023

VANCOUVER, BC, July 20, 2021 (EarthDaily Analytics PR) — EarthDaily Analytics Corp., a vertically-integrated data processing and analytics company, today announces the timeline for the launch of the company’s new constellation of earth observing satellites. The EarthDaily satellite constellation will significantly enhance geospatial analytics capabilities in agriculture, forestry, environment, financial services, and defense and intelligence, among many other verticals.  

Construction of the new generation of satellites will begin in July 2021, with launches scheduled in 2023. The new satellites will collect scientific-grade imagery of the planet in a unique combination of 21 spectral bands, many of which will be 5-meter resolution. The constellation will have an expected lifespan of over 10 years.


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  • July 21, 2021