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Critical Software S.A Flag from PT

Created in 1998, a Critical Software is an international systems and software company with headquarters in Coimbra with offices in Portugal, USA, UK, Brazil and Africa. Across a range of markets, from Aerospace and Defence to Banking and Telecommunications, customers trust Critical Software to bring quality and innovation to information systems in a timely and cost effective manner. Critical Software has a proven experience in delivering highly dependable solutions to high profile customers, including NASA, the European Space Agency, Agusta Westland, EADS, UK MoD, BAE Systems and Thales Alenia Space, among many others.
Critical Software is also an Earth Observation Value Added (VA) provider in Emergency Response (Risk and Civil Protection) and Land Management (Forestry, Planning, Desertification and Water Management).


Website www.criticalsoftware.com
Head Office Location Portugal
Address Parque Industrial de Taveiro, Lote 48 3045-504 Coimbra
Telephone +351 239 989 100
Main area of activities
  • Consultancy (studies / analyses which are not VA services and other support activities)
  • Downstream / GIS services (main business not in EO but using satellite data)
  • Hardware/software
  • Value adding services (company uses satellite data to generate products)
Name Cordeiro, Rui
Position title Business Development Manager
Telephone +351 932526378
Email rcordeiro@criticalsoftware.com
EOservice Description Service Type Market
Burn Scars Mapping

Yearly mapping of forest fires burn scars based on multispectral satellite imagery with 25m spati…

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Detect and monitor wildfires
  • Emergency Services
  • Forestry
  • Insurance and Finance
Forest Fires Risk Mapping

Daily 5-level forest fire risk maps based on satellite and meteorological data from the integrat…

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Detect and monitor wildfires Assess forest types Monitor forest resources
  • Emergency Services
  • Forestry
  • Insurance and Finance
  • News and Media

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