To support everyone working within the commercial sector of remote sensing, we have brought together a number of links to useful documents that have been released by various organisations and industry bodies. We will add to this page as often as we find something useful, so remember to check back every so often.

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Date Released Publisher Description Download Link
February 2021 UK Space Agency Commissioned in the summer of 2020 by UKSA, this survey gathered information on the industry’s recruitment and training practices and identified current and emerging skills needs in order to contribute to the industry consideration as to how skills supply can be maintained and improved..
May 2020 Harwell Space Cluster How to realise the ambition to reach 200 organisations collectively employing 5,000 people by 2030.
September 2019 PUBLIC Team How Government can take Advantage of the Space and Satellites Opportunity
September 2019 Group on Earth Observations GEO Work Programme for 2020-2022 Summary Document is available for download
April 2019 Australian Space Agency The Australian Civil Space Strategy outlines the Government’s plan to transform and grow their space industry over 10 years.
April 2019 UK Space Agency A directory showcasing the range of UK’s expertise in satellite technology, and how it can help tackle problems such as illegal deforestation, disaster response and food production.
October 2018 UK Space Agency This report is produced under the International Partnership Programme (IPP), a five-year, £152 million programme run by the UK Space Agency.
October 2018 UK Space Agency UK Spaceport Business Case: An independent report completed by Frost & Sullivan, commissioned by the UK Space Agency, to assess the potential market for UK small satellite launch services or spaceports.
July 2018 London Economics & Innovate UK London Economics was commissioned by Innovate UK to evidence the current and near-term potential value of satellite-derived Earth Observation (EO) capabilities to the UK government for civil and domestic purposes.
March 2018 Government Office for Science This report considers the role that science and technology can play in understanding and providing solutions to the long-term issues affecting the sea. It outlines a number of recommendations to help the UK utilise its current expertise and technological strengths to foster trade links, build marine capacity across the world and collaborate to tackle climate change.