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Monday 12 February 2018

Atos Codex put to work on space data

Atos logoAtos has signed a fascinating deal with the European Space Agency (ESA). It will deliver and operate Copernicus Data and Information Access Services (DIAS): “DIAS will combine real-time geo data from Copernicus, the world’s largest single Earth Observation program, with data from multiple sources and turn it into information products for companies in sectors such as manufacturing, insurance, utilities, agriculture, forestry, urbanism and emergency services”.

Atos will be leading a newly created consortium including DLR, e-Geos, EOX, GAF, Sinergise, Spacemetric, Thales Alenia Space and T-Systems.

There has been a lot of commentary around Elon Musk’s endeavours over the weekend. Readers can be in no doubt about Richard Holway’s excitement over the Falcon Heavy launch – see here. But, for many others, social media highlights that it has been hard to see past the showmanship to the potential for human advancement. Projects like this one, involving Atos, serve as a useful reminder of the benefits of space science – to help understand the impact of climate change, to help manage urban management, to help farmers better manage crops and yield…

Atos will be responsible for integrating, delivering and operating the Cloud platform, which will integrate specialised data sources. Atos, with its partners, will also build and commercialise new business services based on the satellite data. The Atos Codex portfolio of data service will provide the necessary analytics and cognitive capabilities.

The platform will be available to customers worldwide in June 2018.

Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '09:24' - Tagged: contract   analytics   big+data   space   data  

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