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Based on user needs and industry skills, the evolution of customized solutions and the establishment of innovative services is accomplished through project activities. Focusing on various thematic areas, relevant information on the project activities is provided below.

SatCare

Status date: 04 March 2021

SatCare aimed to demonstrate two service concepts of remote diagnostics using a broadband managed communication system to include satcom. SatCare allows for video rich data to transmit scans to an hospital from a vehicle on the scene of the emergency and en-route to the hospital. Enabling a robust clinical decision support system for prehospital patients has an impact on the health outcomes for patients and can improve the productivity and efficiency of the ambulance service. Through the addition of Satcom we can broaden the coverage of this service to include areas where terrestrial broadband communication (LTE) is unavailable or over-subscribed.

EBX4EDU

Status date: 03 March 2021

For individuals and educational institutions, Earth Blox makes access to satellite data easy by removing the barriers to access and understanding. Earth Blox quickly empowers students to go from sensing to sense-making, whether they are in a lab or at home.

Orbital Witness

Status date: 02 March 2021

This project is working to provide archives of high-resolution satellite imagery alongside complementary property and legal datasets to allow real estate lawyers to conduct legal due diligence on property assets in a faster and more pain-free fashion.

DeFROST for Hydropower

Status date: 01 March 2021

Based on satellite data, DeFROST delivers the ultimate snow monitoring solution for Energy (hydropower) industry. With DeFROST, such actors can improve current water inflow seasonal forecast by ingesting snow data, as well as, diagnosing early snow melt events for hydropower energy generation optimization

AlertSat

Status date: 01 March 2021

AlertSat is an earth observation change detection satellite constellation developed by the PandionAI corporation. The concept with on-orbit and autonomous image change detection, together with the instant delivery of information, gives end-users a tool to act efficiently in critical situations. AlertSat is designed with today’s challenges of rapid global changes in all areas, environment as well as business, in mind.

GEO

Status date: 26 February 2021

The MIS Global Events Observer (GEO) applies accurate, real time intelligence of space-based and ground sensor data to teams working across the insurance cycle.  GEO offers unique opportunities for businesses to make informed decisions when selecting, pricing, monitoring, mitigating and assessing risks, and seeks to drive technology into traditional workflows to enhance policyholder service and deliver cost savings and time efficiencies.

CubeHAPS

Status date: 25 February 2021

A constellation of mini HAPS that provides a low-latency and low-cost telecommunication service over areas not covered by terrestrial infrastructures.

Liveland CCN

Status date: 25 February 2021

The scope of the Liveland CCN has been to further develop and refine the GMV NSL STICK service previously developed under the Liveland Demonstration project in order to improve its commercial viability.This included the overhaul of the STICK architecture to function in stand-alone, the improvement of the service accessibility to the clients and the enhancement of the STICK firmware functionalities making the service further appealing.

EPICO19

Status date: 24 February 2021

EPICO19 is a web-app designed to support public health technicians and decision-makers managing epidemic control. The tool is a GIS-based (Geographic Information System) DSS (Decision Support System), driven by an epidemiological machine learning engine that provides forecasts of the outbreak spread. EPICO19 exploits Artificial Intelligence applied to Very-High Resolution (VHR) satellite imagery and SatEO to evaluate population’s vulnerability due to pollutants exposure.

TELEMACHUS

Status date: 24 February 2021

Telemachus is a telemedicine tool answering the need to contain the spread of COVID-19 virus by digitalising the interaction between Patients, General Practitioners and Health Authorities, as well as by allowing the monitoring of the health conditions of healthcare workers within hospitals. Telemachus aims to support the fight against COVID-19 through the remote treatment and monitoring of vital parameters of patients, thanks to a smart bracelet and a mobile app.