Dr. Marco Esposito, Managing Director of cosine Remote Sensing, will give a keynote speech about key technologies at cosine enabling rapid response applications including the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in orbit. In conjunction with the 25th anniversary of cosine, he will present the origin of the small instruments line and how it evolved with the latest onboard processing developments at cosine. The keynote presentation will take place at 10:15 on 26 September 2023, during the “Innovate your Space” Symposium in TU Delft.
Dr. Esposito will trace the origin of the small instruments program at cosine but also provide insights into its current status of development towards operational hyperspectral constellations for rapid response applications. He will highlight the remarkable results achieved within the PhiSat program, which paved the way for the utilization of artificial intelligence in orbit. This technology has also found application in other flight missions undertaken by cosine and its partners.
He commented: “Earth Observation and Planetary science have been our core-business since the start of cosine, and today we stand at the forefront of innovation in this field. We are delighted to open as keynote speaker the symposium, and to present the achievements that brought us in the position to provide cutting-edge remote sensing instruments to our customers and partners, leveraging artificial intelligence for rapid response applications.”
Don’t miss this opportunity to delve into the achievements of cosine and the thrilling future that awaits in the realm of remote sensing and space technology. Engage with Dr. Esposito, gain insights into our latest projects, and explore the potential for exciting collaborations!
cosine is a leading worldwide company in the development of space instrumentation, such as Silicon Pore Optics for astronomy and remote sensing solutions with onboard processing. We combine physics and technology to bring out-of-the-box solutions to our clients. We have been developing and delivering innovative measurement systems for space and industrial applications since 1998. Our company operates 1,000 m2 of cleanrooms and high-tech assembly facilities to build and test the systems we produce for customers at our headquarters in Sassenheim, The Netherlands.