Russia's first Formula 1 Grand Prix held in Sochi has become one of the most spectacular and memorable events of the year. Thousands of participants and spectators from around the world attended this historical event. Space monitoring market leader could not ignore this event and delivered space images of the most spectacular race in the world, which was successfully placed between the main sport facilities of the "Sochi 2014" winter Olympic Games - Fisht, Iceberg stadiums and others. All its turns and stretches of overtaking are clearly visible from space.
Russian Timiryazev State Agrarian University and ScanEx company signed a cooperation agreement in the field of space imagery data application for agricultural needs. The signing ceremony was held on October 10 at the "Golden autumn of 2014" exhibition on the territory of the Exhibition of Economic Achievements (VDNKh). At present, these organizations have already been successfully cooperating in scientific research studies and application of satellite data in the field of land reclamation.
On October 20-22, 2014 the Hainan Island, China will be the venue for the 14-th international scientific and technical conference "From image to map: Digital photogrammetric technology". The organizers of the Conference are the Racurs company - one of the Russian leaders in the market of geo-information science, and Smartspatio Technologies (Beijing, China). "SCANEX" has become a key, a Platinum sponsor of the event. During the Conference ScanEx Center will present the newest integrated solutions for business management and control based on space images, space monitoring projects, will demonstrate to its foreign colleagues the features of universal ground receiving stations called UniScan™.
ScanEx RDC will perform monitoring of the condition and use of land on the Russky Island by the request of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography. Activities execution date is November 1, 2014. Monitoring will be carried out using Earth observation satellite images followed by a thematic processing of the received data. It is expected that satellite monitoring will help improve the efficiency of authorities in charge of the state land supervision.
Activities are well underway in the Kamchatka to create an information system of geospatial support to ensure state control of the Kamchatka Territory called "Spatial Data Infrastructure of the Kamchatka Territory" based on the geo-analytic information system TRIVIUM, developed by ScanEx RDC and "CenterProgrammSistem" company.