Meeting today’s unique cross-border challenges
5CI maintains close-working partnerships with national organizations in Europe, the Middle East and Asia which focus heavily on the space industry.
Thanks to the regional expertise these partners provide, 5CI is able to recommend the correct products and services to negotiate through any challenges you might encounter in these regions.
Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP)
A satellite ground station located in Singapore, CRISP is one of the first multi-mission ground stations built around the open system concept, enabling a high level of flexibility to continually accommodate future satellite missions.
Their goal is to develop an advanced capability in remote sensing to meet the scientific, operational and business requirements of Singapore and the ASEAN region.
CRISP currently receives and processes data from the following satellites:
- TERRA and AQUA
- WORLDVIEW 1
- NOAA and FENGYUN 1D
- GEOEYE 1
To learn more, please visit CRISP
As Germany’s national research center for aeronautics and space, DLR does extensive research and development work for the aeronautics, space, transportation, energy, defense and security industries. This work is integrated into national and international cooperative ventures and includes:
- Exploration of the Earth and the solar system.
- Research aimed at protecting the environment.
- Development of environmentally friendly technologies to promote mobility, communication and security.
To learn more, please visit DLR
UAE Space Reconnaissance Center (SRC)
Designed and built in support of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces mission to maintain security of the nation and peace in the region, the UAE Space Reconnaissance Center (UAESRC) offers the technology and experience to turn data into actionable information.
UAESRC operates systems that assist in the Early Warning, Monitoring and Security missions of the Armed Forces for this region. Their Universal Ground Station has the ability to task satellite systems and produce products, which after being analyzed, can be disseminated as information.
To learn more, please visit SRC