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The Grenoble University Space Centre begins development of a smart nanosatellite for Earth observation

on the April 24, 2020

 

Develop and launch a nanosatellite using artificial intelligence algorithms to observe the Earth and meet social challenges such as observation of illegal deforestation, monitoring of CO2 emissions or evaluation of damages after a natural disaster: This is the objective of the nanosatellite project QlevEr Sat developed in Grenoble. The project is lead by CSUG1 in collaboration with the MIAI-UGA institute, with the support of the Teledyne E2V company. The launch is planned for Q1-Q2 2022.
Published on April 24, 2020