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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.

GeoSHM Demo Project

Status date: 10 June 2019

The GeoSHM Demo Project implements a pre-operational installation and demonstration across three of the longest bridges in the world. The primary purpose of the project is the integration of GNSS positioning and Earth Observation techniques to enable the Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of long-span bridges. This project intends to bring the GeoSHM service to the global market incrementally. 

SiriusInsight

Status date: 10 June 2019

Sirius Constellation Ltd is developing ‘SiriusInsight’, a Situational Awareness platform using pioneering techniques in Artificial Intelligence including ‘Explainable Artificial Intelligence’. The fully developed system will have applications in many commercial and governmental areas.

AgroRadar

Status date: 07 June 2019

WAMCam

Status date: 03 June 2019

Developed by Archangel Imaging, WAMCam is an innovative solution integrating satellite communication and machine learning technologies to radically improve wildlife monitoring and population studies. Researchers and conservationists working in remote regions can deploy AI-enabled cameras to remotely monitor animal traps and study areas. Receiving prompt notifications of the wildlife identified by the cameras revolutionizes the effectiveness of conservation studies.

AIMEE

Status date: 29 May 2019

In 2010, the United Nations explicitly designated that "safe, clean, accessible and affordable drinking water” is not only a necessity, but also a fundamental human right. However, we live in an imperfect world, in which man-made activities and natural disasters create conditions that limit our access to water and expose us to dangerous water events. Organisations around the world have recognised this challenge and shown their commitment to creating, as the World Bank terms it, “a water-secure world for all.”IMGeospatial is honoured to be part of this movement and has partnered with three clients to address the biggest water-related threats to our livelihood: flooding, water scarcity and water quality. We provide business intelligence that enables them to proactively manage their water systems, build resilience in their communities and ultimately minimise risk and impact. We do so by automating the data pipeline, reducing the time and cost of turning earth-observed data into actionable insights.  

Beeline

Status date: 28 May 2019

Beeline is creating a routing engine and underlying mapping data to mimic human intelligence in route selection for cyclists. Traditional routing engines simply optimize for shortest distance or time. Beeline’s solution will allow for optimization for safety, pleasantness, quietness of route and other parameters important to cyclists.

Meandair

Status date: 27 May 2019

Every day, pilots have to take difficult decisions about their flight routes avoiding adverse weather and safeguarding fuel-efficiency of their flights. Meandair helps to quickly determine the safest and most fuel-efficient routes for general aviation flights with respect to the ever-changing weather.

Space Innovation System to Monitor Animals

Status date: 23 May 2019

SISMA2 provides a series of cost-effective space-based tools to facilitate the management of the pastoralism livestock industry, and cope with the future.

STAP-ULD

Status date: 13 May 2019

STAP ULD-Watcher provides a new and patented solution for monitoring and tracking airfreight container (ULD) in all airports of the world. Supported by IATA regulations the ULD-Watcher will help to avoid delays, lost baggage or goods and will reduce insurance cost dramatically and increase general profit for the customers of STAP.

Invisible Worlds

Status date: 09 May 2019

Rezatec and the Eden Project will explore how geospatial data analytics could benefit individual growers or forest owners with small areas under management, by providing commercially valuable and actionable decision support tools accessed via a self-service, digital platform. In addition, these analytics could be provided as an operational service to other creative visual installations at museums and institutions around the world.