Earth-i Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Earth-i's estimated annual revenue is currently $4.5M per year.
- Earth-i's estimated revenue per employee is $238,295
- Earth-i has 19 Employees.
- Earth-i grew their employee count by 6% last year.
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What Is Earth-i?
Earth-i is at the forefront of the era known as New Space, deploying a new generation of small satellites to deliver the world's first commercial colour video from space. Our vision is that a consistent flow of Earth Observation data will drive powerful new insights into patterns of life on Earth, at any location and in near real-time. Such insights will unlock the answers to the most challenging of questions and drive the big decisions about how we manage our planet to deliver security and prosperity for communities across the world. In January 2018 we launched our technology demonstration satellite VividX2, the service demonstrator for our new Vivid-i Constellation. From 2019 we will begin launching batches of small, agile Earth Observation satellites to offer world-leading full colour video and still images from space. Today we also supply very high-resolution image data services from the DMC3 Constellation, the KOMPSAT series of satellites, and the SuperView constellation, to clients across the globe. Our range of services, from data processing to analytics, help policy makers and innovators take more effective decisions, more rapidly.keywords:N/A
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