Chief Marketing Officer at EOS Data Analytics
Vera Petryk is the Chief Marketing Officer at EOS Data Analytics, a global provider of AI-powered satellite imagery analytics.
She has a degree in marketing from the Netherlands Institute of Marketing, as well as a master’s degree from Kyiv Institute for Interpreters and Translators under the Ukrainian Science and Research center. She is in charge of marketing and PR for EOSDA and all of its products.
Her main goal is to put EOS Data Analytics among the world leaders of satellite monitoring companies, as well as to promote sustainable products that utilize cutting-edge infrastructure helping to preserve the Earth and bringing the benefits of space to all humanity.
EOSDA Forest Monitoring Gets Updated With New Features
EOSDA Forest Monitoring gets new custom solutions to further enhance forestry management with AI-driven satellite analytics, and becomes a custom solution for clients to better meet their individual needs.
How Farmers Help Corn Crops Tackle Droughts In Iowa
In this environmental case, EOS Data Analytics takes a look at the ways farmers in Iowa, the leading state in corn crops, can mitigate the effects of prolonged droughts on yield.
Natural Disasters 2022: Tragic Losses & Lessons Learnt
Humanity still faces deadly impacts from natural disasters in 2022, despite technological breakthroughs. Instead of using technologies to combat nature, we should work with it to create a more sustainable future for us and the generations to come.
EOSDA Space Tech Meets Barefoot Mappers In Chad
EOS Data Analytics, a global provider of satellite imagery analytics, prepares cartographic material for indigenous and local communities of Chad to help them agree on sustainable use of land and water and mitigate the conflict over these resources.
When Land Disappears Under One’s Feet: Tangier Island
The island and town of Tangier have been losing land mass due to the combination of upland to wetland conversion caused by rising sea levels and wave-induced erosion. We reviewed two main ways of dealing with the issue: preservation and relocation.