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Ursa Space Announces Availability of Global Oil Storage and Auto Manufacturing Index on Google Cloud Analytics Hub

ITHACA, N.Y. (Ursa Space Systems PR) — Ursa Space Systems, a global satellite intelligence infrastructure provider, today announced that Global Oil Storage and Auto Manufacturing Index datasets are available through Google Cloud’s data exchange, Analytics Hub, which is now available in public preview. The offering will provide businesses seamless access to satellite-derived data via the Crux data integration platform.

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  • April 19, 2022
Amazon Web Services Selects 10 Companies for First Space Accelerator Program

by Douglas Messier
Managing Editor

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Space Accelerator has selected 10 companies for its four-week program that teaches business how they can grow using analytics technology and cloud computing.

“Today, I’m thrilled to announce the 10 startups we selected to take part in the first cohort of the accelerator: Cognitive Space, D-Orbit, Descartes Labs, Edgybees, Hawkeye 360, LeoLabs, Lunar Outpost, Orbital Sidekick, Satellite VU, and Ursa Space,” said Amazon CTO Werner Hans Peter Vogels in a blog post.

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  • June 12, 2021
Ursa to Extract Oil Demand Information from ICEYE’s Satellite Data

HELSINKI, FINLAND, April 25, 2018 (ICEYE PR) – ICEYE, an Earth observation company providing synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) data, and Ursa Space Systems (Ursa), a Space data analytics company, announced at GEOINT Symposium an agreement where ICEYE will provide satellite data to Ursa. The data from ICEYE’s SAR satellites, used to monitor oil wells and measure global oil storage, will enable Ursa to derive actionable oil demand insights for their customers.


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  • April 25, 2018
CASIS Awards Research Agreements to Five Companies

casis_new_logoKENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla., Oct. 26, 2015 (CASIS PR) The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), the manager of the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory, today announced it has granted research agreements to five businesses in the technology development and remote-sensing industries. The agreements will allow these businesses to access the unique research environment of the ISS National Laboratory to further their individual investigations and offer new cutting-edge solutions and products capable of benefitting life on Earth.

“Today’s announcement represents a major win for the National Laboratory,” said CASIS Director of Operations Ken Shields. “CASIS has placed a heavy emphasis in reaching out to the technology development and remote sensing communities to showcase the unique opportunities that are possible through ISS experimentation. These projects further diversify our robust research portfolio and demonstrate the immense value the ISS National Laboratory offers to U.S. commercial enterprises.”


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  • October 27, 2015