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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.

OTAM

Status date: 09 July 2019

The OTAM (Oil Trading Analytics Monitor) is a comprehensive solution for the oil trading analytics market, created by seamlessly combining data from the maritime (AIS+) and remote sensing (optical and SAR) sectors with oil analytics data. This new combination of datasets provides actionable insights on the status of the oil market.

DW-TRAC

Status date: 09 July 2019

DW-TRAC (Dangerous Waste Tracking & Tracing) lays the foundation for the implementation of a sustainable service for real-time tracking and tracing of dangerous/hazardous waste in Europe, providing a better service and transparency for customers, carriers and authorities. 

CC RAFCo

Status date: 09 July 2019

The aim of CC RAFCo Kick-start activity is to assess the feasibility of a service which assist food and beverage industries monitor crops performance (their own or from suppliers), and plan for climate-related disruptions in the supply chain. CC RAFCo service offers a one-stop-shop for all climate-related data needs, to help companies integrate climate change impacts into their business planning: from contingency planning for seasonal climate variability to long-term climate change risk management. 

SFM

Status date: 04 July 2019

The objective of the SFM project is to formulate an integrated system-service aimed at monitoring and providing real-time information to first responders and decision makers, about the status of the area impacted by a release of agent chemical, bacteriological, and radiological even with explosives (CBRNe).

WAMMO (AMMO CCN#1)

Status date: 01 July 2019

The WAMMO project, a continuation of Ascend XYZ’s AMMO project, aims to expand the service with ground radar data. Airports will be able to visualize bird activity and identify the associated areas of interest. Radar data and correlated EO data from multiple airports will be used to produce statistical models for airports not equipped with a radar and with similar habitats.

eOdyn surface currents

Status date: 01 July 2019

eOdyn’s surface currents service enables saving costs and mitigate risks on offshore Oil & Gas marine operations. Simultaneously providing unique information onboard vessels and to onshore support teams, this satellite-based service supports decision making.

Orbital Witness

Status date: 27 June 2019

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.

FATMAP Live

Status date: 25 June 2019

FATMAP’s app and 3D mapping technology helps people discover and navigate outdoor adventures all over the world. FATMAP ‘Live’ adds real-time data layers to the map including live satellite views, weather, webcams, local risks and conditions to make enjoying the outdoors easier and safer.

PLIMM

Status date: 24 June 2019

‘Helping to find the important needles within the InSAR time series haystack’The PLIMM services developed within the project provide users with unique information on the performance of their assets. Using a set of proprietary workflows and algorithms on processed InSAR data the system is able to identify critical insights within the millions of individual measurement points. Developed in close collaboration with the user community, the system provides earth observation outputs in a format that is most appropriate for the target sectors.    

SkyLiberty CCN#1

Status date: 18 June 2019

Through the SkyLiberty project, ESNAH has created a service associated to a set of different products to support pilots and other aviation stakeholders in the performance of safe and effective flights.Originally designed for aviation, the SkyLiberty service has proven to be useful in several other domains (e.g. boats or trucks tracking).The service is composed of several modules named SkyUser (mobile application and web for pilots), SkyOperator (web application for operators, i.e. persons or entities owning and renting one or more aircrafts to pilots) and SkyLink (tracking device and satellite modem), which have different functionalities tailored to the needs of various stakeholders.