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Maritime services based on the integrated utilisation of space-based systems are of interest to a wide range of user communities and classes: Fisheries, Coast Guards, Port Authorities, Military Bodies, Shipping Companies, Commercial Operators, International, National and European Institutions. The IAP, SATCOM-APPS and SAT-AIS programmes are engaging with several national and international end-user organisations who expressed interest in satellite based services to complement and enhance their current capabilities related to their daily tasks.

EnviNavigator

Status date: 29 March 2021

In the project self-learning AI engine and services for providing up-to-date information on the current state of forests, their risks, and changes in them are produced for the needs of forest professionals and forest owners by combining satellite data with other data sets relating to forestlands.

DAPPO

Status date: 09 March 2021

An AI & EO-based service that improves management of tuber supply to potato processing industry and potato storage facilities.

SatADAPT

Status date: 09 February 2021

The SatADAPT solution consists of wireless vibration sensors which transmit vibration data from the equipment being monitored to a Gateway that runs a local Artificial Intelligence engine (edge AI). The Edge AI is in turn synchronized with a centralized AI engine which is part of a cloud based Central Management System or CMS. The edge AI engine analyses the data looking for anomalies in the frequency spectrum and warns of potential failures, along with a classification of the expected defects and estimated time left to occurrence.  

Zephyrus

Status date: 08 February 2021

The project aims to give MPAs (Marine Protected Areas), National Research Institutes, NGOs, and marine operators access to advanced technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and space technologies that could help and accelerate marine conservation.Specifically, the project will allow the autonomous data mining of coastal marine habitats through embedded AI on satNav localized underwater explorer-class drones and surface vessels, whose missions will be enhanced by cloud AI and Earth Observations (EO). The survey results and the derived insights will be accessible on digital twin dashboards for MPAs, which could share the marine habitat health status within their community to help conservation efforts. 

MoMoRib®

Status date: 26 January 2021

Monitoring and alert system for river bank.  MoMoRib® uses a calculation programme based on the multi-methodological comparative analyses applied to geodetic, hydrological and soil-properties patterns, then links the information to the AI processed satellite datasets in the river zones prone to failure and/or where plastic and/or toxic waste can be concentrated.