Past News Items Published to Oct 2016

The CEOI-ST, in collaboration with the Satellite Applications Catapult, held a 1-day Challenge Workshop on “Advanced Manufacturing Techniques for Earth Observation and Space Technology” at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, on 11th February 2016. The meeting explored recent developments in advanced manufacturing, and how these techniques apply to Earth observation instrumentation and space technology in general. 
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 September 2016

The CEOI-ST Programme Report on the activities of the Centre for EO Instrumentation and Space Technology for the 2 years from November 2013 is now available.  It includes a description of the EO technology projects funded by the CEOI-ST during this period, as well as a summary of the main workshops and other activities.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 November 2015

Industry Consultation Workshop - UV, Visible and IR Technologies, October 2015
Meeting Objectives - Input from industry on the technical and data needs for future applications & products in IR / Optical / UV instrumentation is essential to guide development of the next generation of Earth observation / remote sensing instruments for space and terrestrial applications. This round-table consultation brought together industry representatives and leading academic researchers in this field.
Last Updated on Monday, 04 January 2016

The CEOI-ST held a 1-day Challenge Workshop on "Airborne Demonstrator Opportunities", at the Astronomy Technology Centre at the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, on 7th October 2015. The meeting explored current platforms and opportunities, and current users shared their experience of flying a variety of payloads.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 October 2015

The Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation and Space Technology is pleased to announce on behalf of the UK Space Agency, a Call for Mission and Technology Preparation activities for the ESA Call for Proposals for Earth Explorer 9.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 July 2015 
The Centre for EO Instrumentation and Space Technology is pleased to announce our programme of events for 2015.
Last Updated on Saturday, 31 January 2015
Space Technology Showcase, Thursday 13th November 2014 in London
The Centre for EO Instrumentation and Space Technology (CEOI-ST) hosted its Fourth Biennial Technology Showcase on Thursday 13th November 2014 in London.  The Showcase featured the practical outcomes of many years of research, discussing the installations, hardware, software, and results of very different types of Sensor and Instrument Technologies. The Showcase also highlighted new research programmes underway. There were opportunities for attendees to see some of the developments, and to meet the teams.
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 November 2014
The CEOI-ST held a Challenge Workshop on “Affordable Space” on Thursday 16th October in Bristol.  The workshop explored the technology needs and cost drivers for EO missions in the context of recognising the range of ESA and national missions that can be enabled by reducing cost.
Last Updated on Sunday, 23 November 2014
New EO Technology Projects, July 2014
The CEOI-ST has funded 16 new projects following the 7th EO Technology Call, and the projects are now underway.
Last Updated on Thursday 31st July 2014
The Centre for EO Instrumentation and Space Technology (CEOI-ST) announces the release of the Eighth CEOI Call for Earth Observation Technology, Instrument and Mission Concept Development Proposals. The total budget available for the Call is up to £3M, with additional PV funds required from industrial bidders.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014

EO Mission Advisory Group, April 2014

Applications for membership of a UK EO Mission Advisory Group (EOMAG) have closed. The first meeting took place on 15th April 2014.The EOMAG role is to peer review potential EO projects (missions, instruments and technologies) and to support work being carried out for the UK Space Agency by the Centre for EO Instrumentation and Space Technology in assessing potential bilateral mission opportunities.