After experiencing the infuriated wildfires and a continuously rising mercury across Europe, one of the U.K’s Satellite firms named, Satellite Vu has decided to sign a contract and assured to make major developments by becoming the world’s “global thermometer from space.”
It aims to generate a “constellation” of satellites that will be designed to calculate the structure of thermal emission on the earth.
Satellite Vu, the U.K’s space tech has announced its partnership with Viasat, the provider of fast-speed satellite broadband services, which will help in ensuring the reception, rapid commanding, and circulation of thermal imagery from the satellites of Satellite Vu.
Satellite Vu was founded with the aim to address global challenges with the help of satellite technology.
American corporation Viasat is based in Carlsbad, California. It is a high-speed satellite broadband service provider that safeguards both the military’s and commercial markets’ networking systems. Worldwide satellite operators are served by it.
The partnership with Viasat company will allow Satellite Vu to regularly contact its constellation, night and day to verify quick responsiveness to the customers for tasking new collections, high-speed delivery for its thermal imagery, low latency time, and derived analytics.
Space Thermometer’s Targets
- The company is launching a constellation satellite that is proficient in measuring the thermal emission of any form on our planet earth, multiple times, day and night.
- The Satellite Vu has declared the matter of identifying and observing heat waste from the current environment, as a crucial matter because it lets us push towards decarbonization and a net zero future.
- The company is also looking to battle greenwashing claims, detect water pollution events, and support disaster response like wildfire monitoring.
- Furthermore, the rates of industrial activity can be revealed on the Satellite Vu’s infrared data, around the power plant, ports, and refineries.
- The company also plans to guide the targeted modernizing of legacy buildings to refine energy efficiency and to bring down energy wastage and also intends to support communities with the cost of living calamity and the effect of the urban heat island.
Satellite Vu will surely provide a valuable understanding of the economic activity, disaster response, and energy efficiency. All these points precisely define that satellite Vu will successfully the World’s Thermometer from Space
Thoughts On Space Thermometer
The Satellite Vu is expecting to receive its 1st satellite from the Surrey Satellite Technology Lmt. in 2023’s 1st quarter with a launch slot secured aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9.
A 2nd satellite has been commissioned from SSTL, said by the company in which the major stakeholder is Seraphim Space Investment Trust PLC (LSE: SSIT) which helps it to make its data collection space by two times and is expected to be launched in early 2024.
“From government to business to consumer, in everyone’s mind, environmental issues are at the frontline. This is because we all conjointly understand the urgency of creating and adopting a green and maintainable future for all.” said Anthony Baker, the founder, and CEO of satellite Vu.
He further added that to create a future like this, we are in need of verifiable data sets to calculate the progress attained by us and then providing comparable metrics.
The CEO Seraphim Space Mark Bogget, manager of SSIT said that they wish joy to Anthony Baker and the team for the significant achievement achieved by them and the technological breakthrough.
This announcement couldn’t have come at a more important time, since the globe is rapidly heating up. Governments and corporations are voicing a need for access to reliable climate data to help promote a sustainable future.
This announcement also illustrates the demand of investment in space technology, the main aim was to secure the future of our planet.
The threat of global warming is always there in the world and it gives a horrible view of our planet’s future as well.
So to tackle this threat, a step has been taken by a satellite company in the UK, Global Satellite Vu Ltd which has created the world’s global thermometer from space which aims to create a constellations of satellites, which are specially designed to measure and calculate the emission of the structure of thermal energy on the earth, multiple times, night and day.
This will help in identifying and observing heat waste from the environment that has built up as a crucial matter because it lets us push towards decarbonization and a net zero future.
A “constellation” of satellites that will be designed to calculate the structure of thermal emission on the earth will act as a global thermometer from space.
Global Satellite Vu Ltd.
In the 1st quarter of 2023.
The aim is to measure the structure of thermal emissions on the earth and to be able to tackle global warming and save the future of earth.
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