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CoSMiC-EYE whitepaper

More and more oil and gas companies are adopting Orbital Eye’s satellite-based monitoring technology CoSMiC-EYE to monitor their Right-of-Way. Companies in this industry increasingly recognise the value of our technology for keeping their operations and the environment safe, and for ensuring a constant supply of energy to their customers. CoSMiC-EYE complements or substitutes current monitoring […]

A new member for the fast growing company Orbital Eye

This week Orbital Eye welcomed a new team-member, Jelle Mol. Jelle graduated from the Aerospace Engineering Master at the Delft University of Technology, where he specialised in the Space Exploration and Space Flight track. Apart from his Space know-how, he also has a background in mathematics and physics as he completed a double degree Bachelor program […]

Exciting positions available at Orbital Eye

As Orbital Eye is growing fast, we are also growing our team! We have some exciting new roles available, check them out via below links: EO Data Scientist & Analyst EO DevOps & Software Engineer Full-Stack Developer Marketing & Sales Intern

New member to the Orbital Eye team: Kevin De hulsters

Yesterday you could read about an intern leaving Orbital Eye, but today we have news about an intern joining Orbital Eye, Kevin De hulsters! Kevin will be working on analysing and integrating new data sources into the CoSMiC-EYE technology to further enhance the capability of weather-independent detection of activities. Kevin has completed the Bachelor Aerospace Engineering […]

Completed internship Ingmar

Last week we said goodbye to our intern Ingmar Boshuizen with a lunch and a drink at the office. After an internship of 5 months at Orbital Eye, Ingmar is returning to the TU Delft to finish his master in Aerospace Engineering. Thanks Ingmar for all the good work you did, it was great to […]

Sven van Haver takes on new role as CEO

We have some exciting news to share! Our current CTO, Sven van Haver will take on the role of CEO. Sven takes over from Erik Zoutman, who has been acting CEO for the past 2 years. Sven was formerly responsible for Orbital Eye’s R&D and product roadmaps. He helped the company evolve from a promising […]

We are hiring!

Update – This position has been filled We are looking for an (experienced) Software Engineer who has a passion for Earth Observation and real world applications. Do you know your way around Python? Do you have experience with developing and maintaining ( DevOps ) processing environments ? And have worked with EO data in the […]

Orbital Eye 9 years!

Happy birthday to ourselves! 🎂🎉 This week, we celebrate our 9th birthday and we already enter into our 10th year in business! The past 9 years have been an amazing journey. During the first years, we were mainly developing and validating our technology, and the last years we have been conquering the world with our […]

Monitoring the national gas grid of Spain

Yesterday we kicked off a project with Enagás, Spain’s largest gas transmission operator. During this project, we will monitor a part of the Spanish national gas grid, to detect Third Party Interferences and report these to Enagas. Until now, Enagas was using traditional monitoring methods such as helicopter surveillance and ground patrol by car. However, in […]

Phase 2 of SBIR Bouwfasen is awarded to Orbital Eye consortium

Great news! After successfully completing the 1st phase of the ‘SBIR Bouwfasen’ together with our partners Science [&] Technology and 52impact, the 2nd phase of this SBIR has been awarded to our consortium as well by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO)! In the 1st phase, we did a feasibility study on to what extent it is possible to detect […]