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BROWSE PROJECTS

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.

FreeBreath

Status date: 24 March 2021

FreeBreath is a technical and economic feasibility study of a service improving the real-time understanding of air quality status and forecast in areas not covered by terrestrial sensors thanks to satellite EO, GNSS data and predictive analysis.

SIM

Status date: 24 March 2021

The objective of SIM is to use satellite imagery in order to provide an innovation to infrastructure monitoring of railways, electricity and pipelines. The product provides a solution which empowers the operators to save operational expenses by observing dangers from vegetation, height changes and third-party interactions along the network.

MELODY JUNIOR

Status date: 24 March 2021

MELODY is a robotic telemedicine tool, which allows a medical expert to remotely perform an ultrasound exam on a distant patient. It offers access to diagnostic capabilities to remote populations requiring ultrasonography. While it has proven to be effective on adults already, MELODY is however not approved yet for paediatric use. This activity aims therefore to develop and validate a solution allowing children to also benefit from remote ultrasound scan. This is of high interest during the COVID-19 crisis, as it will avoid travel to the rare paediatric centres while protecting medical experts from a direct exposure to the virus.

CARES

Status date: 24 March 2021

CARES is a telemedicine service developed in response to the Covid-19 crisis, which aims to monitor health conditions of quarantined population on a wide area, including remote locations, through worldwide satellite connection. The service provides information about the health of patients through the collection of measurements, their transmission via different communication methods, and their distribution to the medical authorities. The primary objective of the service is to protect doctors from the risk of contagion and limit risks for patients by avoiding their exposure to the hospital environment.

Mining air data for healthier, smarter decisions

Status date: 24 March 2021

Air quality impacts our health and quality of life. We develop analytical services to mitigate the impact of air pollution on people’s health. We combine satellite data with machine learning to develop dose-response functions for individual users. To help people with pollen allergy, we are also developing a pollen model to quantify and forecast pollen levels.

ChAI Price Predictions

Status date: 23 March 2021

ChAI is using satellite imagery to help the nickel supply chain, a crucial ingredient in the batteries that power electric vehicles, laptops and phones. With mines located in inhospitable or remote locations where traditional sources of information have been hard to come by, buyers and sellers of nickel can now use ChAI to help reduce their risk.

SatNav E@syCare

Status date: 23 March 2021

SatNav E @syCare is an advanced service, with mobile Apps and a cloud-based application, for the remote monitoring of vital parameters and well-being information of chronic patients and people at risk by general practitioners, specialist doctors and nursing operators on the field, according to personalized healthcare plan. The service exploits GNSS technology to provide enhanced functionalities and location-based data analysis results. 

eOdyn SeaWaze Offshore Demo Project

Status date: 19 March 2021

eOdyn SeaWaze Offshore Demo Project seeks to develop a service called SeaOps by eOdyn. It is a new decision support tool to boost marine operations efficiency while supporting risk mitigation and cost reduction. This tool will be developed within the SeaWaze Offshore Demo Project. The pledge is to avoid unnecessary ocean currents and sea-state related weather down times, from bidding phase to execution.

HRIDE

Status date: 19 March 2021

HRIDE has demonstrated the use of ionospheric products collected by Spire’s LEO satellites. These satellites measure the total electron content by monitoring signals from GNSS. Spire has developed an ionospheric data assimilation model and a space weather API that permits users to extract data. The project has demonstrated the use of the ionospheric model to provide corrections for positioning algorithms.

Space for Children

Status date: 19 March 2021

“Space For Children” is an innovative medical edutainment experience, based on Interactive Reality solution and playable by smartphones and tablets with iOS and Android operating systems, that give doctors and professionals the opportunity to analyze the emotional needs and the psychological support  to be offered to children and the family community.