Italy’s e-GEOS inks contract with St. Lucia to offer geospatial an early warning system. The geospatial information company e-GEOS—which is a joint project of the ASI and Telespazio—has signed an agreement with the Government of St. Lucia at the Caribbean for the stipulation of COSMO-SkyMed satellite information in the context of an early warning system to aid in managing emergencies out coming from ruthless weather. Massimo Claudio Comparini—Head of Telespazio and CEO of e-GEOS—stated, “The deal signed with the Government of St. Lucia demonstrates the effectiveness of the Leonardo Group’s satellite technology for supporting global effects and the emergencies induced by these phenomena and controlling the effects of climate change.”
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