PHI Week 2021

Virtual  11 October 2021

Telespazio exhibited and participated in ESA PHI Week from 11-15 October 2021. 

During the week, Telespazio UK's Said Kharbouche, Geraint Cooksley and Erlinda Biescas shared a video e-poster entitled 'Road Surface Condition Classification using SAR satellite Imagery and Deep-Learning'.

Additionally, on Thursday 14 October, Telespazio UK Space System Consultant, Kevin Halsall, presented a session about ‘Ease QC: Insights from developing an AI-enabled Quality Control service for EO data’.

On Friday 15 October, Telespazio's Phil Beavis and Richard Conway contributed to the session about 'EOEPCA: Your Interoperable Exploitation Platform out-of-the-Box', which looked at EO Exploitation Platform Architecture and Interoperability, with contributions from various industry experts.


  • Welcome & Introduction - Cristiano Lopes (ESA)   
  • Digital Platforms – a strategic asset in completion for the next digital economy - Maciej Krzyżanowski (CEO of Cloudferro and EARSC Director)   
  • A Common Architecture for EO Exploitation Platforms - Richard Conway (Telespazio)  
  • Resource Management: Data, Applications and Catalogues - Angelos Tzotsos (EOFarm); Fabian Schindler (EOX)    
  • Processing & Chaining: Applications Deployment and Execution - Fabrice Brito (Terradue)  
  • User Management: Authentication, Authorisation, Accounting - Tiago Fernandes (Elecnor Deimos)  
  • Resources available from the EOEPCA project Building - Phil Beavis (Telespazio); 
  • Operating a service based on EOEPCA (1) -  Bernard Valentin (Space Applications)  
  • Building and Operating a service based on EOEPCA (2) - Emmanuel Mathot (Terradue)  
  • ESA support for new adopters operating their own
  • platform - Günther Landgraf (ESA)  
  • Conclusions - Phil Beavis (Telespazio)

For more information about ESA PHI Week, please register on the ESA PHI Week website.

Factsheet: Satellite Observations for Climate Change

Telespazio UK has built a European industry leadership position in the provision of satellite observations for the climate change marketplace, through its work on the European Space Agency and Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) Programmes.

Factsheet: Satellite Observations for Climate Change