Wow, LiveEO is growing more and more. Our new team member is Jean Piero Hernandez Meze. Piero is an experienced software developer who is lovely named our internal „hacker“ after his first awesome three weeks with us. He is a specialist in API design, micro service cloud architecture and also has advanced knowledge in machine learning and rollouts on AWS. With more than five years of working experience as a freelancing developer for bigger US companies and two years at Fraunhofer in Germany he joins us in our vision to deliver answers from above.
We are very happy to announce, that we doubled our team size. Our team is now complemented by an international and diverse developer team of specialists and talents with an average age of under 30.
Lucija Gregov from Croatia joined our team in November. She has a Master in Mathematics and another Master in applied Mathematics. She is a Space Enthusiast and loves to bring Space applications to earth. You can also check out her Science blog on https://lucijagregov.com/
Imanol Uriarte Latorre from Spain also joined our team in November. He is a Geoinformatics engineer and worked for ESA and DLR in the field of remote sensing.
Hanno Skowronek joined our team in December. He studies Computer Science at TU Berlin and will push his fresh input from University into practical output at LiveEO.
Thanks to the DLR the service Copernicus-DE made a call for LiveEO to find Infrastructure Net-Providers for a customer needs analysis. For the further improvement of LiveEO we are looking for Interview partners which also will see our unpublished demonstrator. If you are in the Utility Sector and have to monitor e.g. Railways, Power Lines or Pipelines please write us an E-Mail to:
Wow, we really won the BMVI Earth Observation Challenge for digital transport applications! The festive award ceremony in front of high space representatives like ESA Director Jan Wörner and Planet Founder Robbie Schingler, just to name a few, was an honor for our young Startup. Now, there is a lot of work for us to do. We are also very happy to be in the Copernicus Hall of fame right now!