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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.

Pre-Loc

Status date: 18 December 2019

Water loss because of damaged pipelines is one of the largest problems in the distribution of drinking water worldwide. Millions of Euro worth of the precious resource drop back into the Earth because of pipeline leaks. T.O.M is an electromechanical hydraulic system, paired with modern electronics including satellite communication and navigation, to enable the implementation of a new method for leak identification.  

DOCS-2

Status date: 18 December 2019

Re-using civil aircraft to create constellations for providing high spatial & temporal Earth observation data and telecommunication services; a most ecological constellation re-using the most reliable platform.

AIMEE

Status date: 16 December 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.  

SatCare

Status date: 13 December 2019

SatCare aims to demonstrate two systems of remote diagnostics using a broadband managed communication system to include satcom.  The SatCare activity will allow 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. 

AgeSpot

Status date: 13 December 2019

AGESPOT is a completely new technological development based on satellite earth observation data offering services that allow access to precise data on WHERE and HOW MANY people, under consideration of their ages and socio-economic attributes, currently live and will likely live in the FUTURE.

EFFORS

Status date: 13 December 2019

A real-time flood forecasting system has been developed and is operated at the computational centre of the Austrian national weather service ZAMG.EFFORS brings together experts in the field of meteorology, hydrology, hydrodynamics and satellite communication. Within a coherent modelling chain, the EFFORS system couples the individual numerical models and provides relevant data about flood evolution on short time scales.

ThermCERT

Status date: 12 December 2019

Fuel poverty is an increasingly large social problem in the Great Britain, as well as in the rest of Europe. Ageing, inefficient building stock and rising fuel prices are pushing more and more households into fuel poverty.ThermCERT reduces the complexity, cost and time spent identifying households who may qualify for Energy Company Obligation (ECO) support, allowing energy suppliers to deliver their obligation more efficiently.

ThermCERT Feasibility Study

Status date: 11 December 2019

The European Commission established a long-term objective of decreasing the CO2-emission levels for the building sector by 27% by 2030.Every third building in Europe is in need of deep renovation (older that sixty years). People in these houses are overpaying for the heating many times. That is both economically and environmentally harmful. Buildings account for 40% of the EU's energy consumption, 36% of its CO2 emissions. Current annual building renovation rate in Europe is below 2%.The actual thermal performance of building stock is the critical element for situation awareness, impacting progress on energy efficiency measure uptake. Utilising Earth observation, satellite navigation and ground level data, ThermCERT represents a crucial aid in helping to understand the true thermal performance of the city built environment, highlighting the energy efficiency problematic areas and issues. 

SIITAg

Status date: 11 December 2019

Agriculture is comparatively the most important core industry in the world. For feeding the 9 billion people expected to inhabit the Earth by 2050, our agricultural production must increase by 75%. This is a major global challenge while the arable land is limited, and climate change is making its cultivation unpredictable. Moreover, farming is a time-critical process everywhere on the globe and that triggers Spacenus GmbH, an Agricultural Information Technology (AgIT) company, to develop tools based on satellite data and artificial intelligence to make farming more efficient and easier.

DG-TRAC Demo Project

Status date: 10 December 2019

The DG-Trac project addresses the tracking and tracing of dangerous goods in the medical sector integrating and using navigational and communication space services together with GSM/UMTS and Internet. DG-Trac introduces a centralised mechanism for the management and distribution of information concerning each dangerous goods transport.In case of an accident, emergency service will be informed about the involved dangerous goods.