Supplementing the ground infrastructure, the development of customized solutions utilizing space-based systems are of particular interest for developing countries. Sustainable and reliable service provisioning is of particular importance for the cooperation with Africa to which many international donors (such as EU and World Bank) give a high priority. The establishment of close partnerships with African organisations and communities in the fields of scientific research, education, technology and applications is a prerequisite for the development of demand-driven projects meeting user-needs.
Status date: 26 August 2020
STAY: is a mobile interactive experience that rewards young people for acting positively during COVID-19 or a similar public health crisis.The platform incorporates live data feeds, Augmented Reality and geo-location into unique learning experiences that give young people the opportunity to earn pieces of digital merchandise in return for their efforts.
Status date: 24 August 2020
The B-LiFE Telecommunication Emergency Node is a new field communication and control system, integrating space assets and new tools for crisis and logistics management.
Status date: 09 June 2020
The main goal of this project is to create an augmented reality system for the 50ha Grunwald battlefield site in Poland. Visitors will be able to download the application to their smartphones and learn more about the history of the battle while visualising the deployment of all forces on site.
Status date: 27 May 2020
TeleAssist is an Augmented Reality (AR) platform that consists of AR glasses and a specialized communication platform integrating satellite-based communication capabilities. For mobile healthcare professionals it improves the delivery and improvement of remote care in rural, poverty, and conflict areas, along with global assistance to mobile emergency care.
Status date: 19 May 2020
GIADA exploits gravity field observations, mainly derived from GOCE mission, with others in situ data to build a 3D model of the Earth crust at regional scale. The service results help oil & gas and mining companies in the preliminary exploration activities to identify regions with high potential in terms of natural resources exploitation.Other industries which can take benefit from the service results are mining companies, or more in general companies requiring a good knowledge of the geological setting at regional scale for resource exploitation purposes.
Status date: 13 May 2020
A real-time streaming service for space data, bringing together images, videos, and visualisations from across space onto one, accessible platform.
Status date: 31 March 2020
The “Space science as a Service” feasibility study aims to validate the viability of a new model to deliver space science satellites through a commercial delivery and implementation plan.
Status date: 12 March 2020
In parallel to the CLS initiative to design a satellite constellation dedicated to Space IoT called Kinéis, this study aimed to analyse the market opportunity of a recently developed hybrid Argos chipset with terrestrial communication capabilities to fill coverage gaps . A largely increased satellite data collection capacity and low cost and small size terminals will permit to significantly multiply the number of devices. Three application areas have been targeted in the feasibility study: container shipping, artisanal fishing, equipment operation control especially for humanitarian aids.
Status date: 11 February 2020
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.
Status date: 04 February 2020
The EDU-MAT COPERNICUS is related to the use of VR / AR applications in Education. The proposed IT solution aims to create an educational platform with mathematical tasks using visualization of satellite technology in augmented reality. It can be innovative solution allowing students to get acquainted with mathematical knowledge in an interesting way.
Status date: 10 January 2020
Imagine you’re walking along Hadrian’s Wall. Your phone vibrates. You pause, hold up your phone and scan the landscape around you. The ghostly figure of a Roman soldier appears on your screen and begins to tell his story...We have developed a new GPS Triggered AR Module that makes it easier and more cost-effective for organisations to engage audiences.
Status date: 19 December 2019
SHOW as a mobile service is aimed at making seniors feeling constantly needed by society, as they are enabled to offer help to family members, friends, or in general people who need support. It addresses the challenges of elderly people regarding increasing mobility, maintaining activity, improving safety, reducing stress, growing assurance of behaviour and reducing social exclusion.
Status date: 02 December 2019
Village Data Analytics (VIDA) is a software-enabled service that automatically identifies remote villages and determines their suitability for a micro-grid installation using earth observation data and machine learning algorithms.VIDA can be scaled across large user-defined areas to find a portfolio of viable micro-grid sites. This data-driven knowledge de-risks projects, reduces time and planning costs and enables investment at scale.
Status date: 26 November 2019
BlackShore’s crowdsourcing platform Cerberus reinforces developing country economies utilizing satellite imagery amplifying sustainable food production while preserving the environment. This is achieved through the power of satellites, socially conscious gaming and the power of the crowd.
Status date: 07 November 2019
AR.fx enables users to create, place and to interact with location-based 3D content in Augmented Reality utilizing smartphones. It incorporates gamification elements such as blueprint (users can connect pre-defined line-dots in AR and create 3D objects) and multi-player capability along with AR Scene-Editor. On a global map users can explore and physically interact with AR content of interest.
Status date: 07 November 2019
Activity Time (AT) deals with forms of spending time after school or work. Using mobile phone geolocation users receive notifications about interesting activities and events in the neighbourhood and are able to track children activities and results. The service provide NGOs and private companies with tools to manage their own offer and create opportunities to reach the target audience.
Status date: 16 September 2019
HERMOSA is a service platform dedicated to support activities on ecosystem restoration in its larger sense and the positive impact it has on the issue of food security, creating sustainable jobs, mitigating and adapting to climate change and empowering communities in technologies. HERMOSA is built using Open Source Software, accessible through the internet, empowered by web-mapping and Remote Sensing technologies.
Status date: 09 August 2019
MOWGLI is a solution that provides a set of services for optimal microgrid planning, designing and operational and maintenance (O&M) applications in urban and rural areas of developing countries, with particular focus on India user case. The activities have been implemented in cooperation with the India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) and funded by European Space Agency (ESA) within ARTES IAP programme.
Status date: 02 August 2019
The study aims at identifying possible applications of space data (imagery, navigation data, satellite communications etc.) and other (“big”) data sources to help and improve the mitigation, readiness and response to the human migration phenomena, and to assess their technical and economic viability.
Status date: 12 April 2019
The ARCTTM stakeholder mapping tool offers visualization of “Project Health” in the cross-roads between society, environment, business and policy. The unique de-risking tool combines climate change risks with other factors and makes them relevant, simple and visual for owner and decision makers of any infrastructure project.ARCT has also found a fun and engaging way to score and report on the UN Sustainability Goal Climate Action goal #13. www.arct.tools.
Status date: 14 December 2018
WELLACTIVE is a Silver Fitness & Leisure Platform helping Seniors perform outdoorrecreational activities tailored in real-time to their personal abilities and interests, combining “physical, cerebral and social” undertakings shaped for “impairment and accessibility”.
Status date: 11 October 2018
Combining analysis of satellite imagery with crowdsourced data, this urban tree montioring platform connects communities and urban forestry professionals. It provides an open data service that drives improved understanding of urban trees and access to better information in order to: i) increase tree planting and tree care; ii) improve environmental conservation management and planning; iii) support educational and communication resources for learning and knowledge-sharing.
Status date: 12 September 2018
COHABIT monitors and assesses in real-time the whereabouts of large wild animals and dynamically generates geo-fenced alerts for visitors to avoid dangerous encounters and for farmers to protects their crops and livestock. Wildlife – human cohabitation is made possible through the use of data analytics, image-recognition, animal tracking and space technology.
Status date: 23 July 2018
SPARK ME develops an acceleration programme to attract, support and validate new application and service ideas using Satcom in association with additional space technologies. The ultimate goal is stimulating the creation and growth of new markets of space/satellite-based services, addressing the real users’ need and triggering cross-fertilization processes by "contaminating" other areas of activity with the use of space technologies.
Status date: 28 June 2018
EO-li (Earth Observation based location identifier) is an open source web-based,global platform matching demand and supply of identifying, selecting and reporting in the land restoration context. It has four components, namely the (i) identification of a location area to be restored, the (ii) selection of an area and the actors involved in the restoration activity, the (iii) monitoring and reporting on the progress of the project using earth observation and geospatial data and (iv) a learning component providing guidance and capacity strengthening.
Status date: 15 June 2018
The SenZitall integrated solution is envisaged as a one-stop-shop for smart IPM and horticulture management. It will operate as a fully independent, low power WSN providing high resolution, near real-time environmental data as input to an integrated Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS). The sensors will run with a multi-constellation GNSS and a dual uplink SATCOM system.
Status date: 18 May 2018
AgeSpot provides THE starting point for any innovative technological solution addressing ageing populations. It enables efficient targeting of the silver economy and offers precise demographic data on WHERE and HOW MANY age specific classes currently live and will likely live in the FUTURE. With AgeSpot a new Earth Observation (EO) supported business intelligence service is offered.
Status date: 16 February 2018
WILDWEGO (in the WILDLERNESS WE GO)is an innovative Augmented Reality (AR) ecotourism game fostering biodiversity conservation in wilderness areas by tourists “on the go” in parks and by their family, friends and social networks contacts “remotely”.
Status date: 14 December 2017
Capacity Building activities for rural schools and rural radio stations in Africa based on eLearning platform accessible on-line via the Sat3Play platform.
Status date: 18 January 2017
SWAY4Edu aims at developing a satellite ICT (Information Communication Technology) solution to support the three main activities of Rural Radios, Electoral eTraining, and Space4Education.
Status date: 13 January 2017
The ONE CLASS! project proposes an efficient satcom based solution integrated with eLearning services, aiming at supporting two main activities:Basilicata Multi-classes: ONE CLASS! supports rural schools located in the Basilicata Region (IT), which need to face the problem of the so-called “multi-classes” with the additional constraint represented by the geographical isolation.Social Integration Services for Foreign Unaccompanied Minors (FUM): ONE CLASS! supports social operator entities and reception centres of immigrants and all other NGOs active in the field, which need to offer to foreign unaccompanied minors (FUM) educational and social inclusion services, being often located in very remote areas.
Status date: 21 July 2016
TT-GSAT facilitates rescue and emergency services as well as industry and service providers to leverage innovations along evaluated needs and requirements, which results in minimized risk for solution development and eases complex deployments in a mission critical environment.Comprehensive services with scoping services for innovation driven procurement, test and operation support for SatCom and terrestrial communication, navigation, EO based solutions and training/simulation services are offered.
Status date: 20 May 2016
Project U is about a new generation software/hardware platform and services that enable an enhanced User-centered learning experience combining together physical and digital presence, promoting active participation versus passive presence.
Status date: 20 May 2016
SatSoHoAfrica is allowing the provision of competitive broadband internet services to Small-office-Home-office (SoHo) users in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Status date: 05 January 2016
If you care about the future, you also care about our planet. Greenhouse gas emissions caused by forest degradation and deforestation are one of the largest causes of global warming. Many organizations have a negative impact on the extent and quality of our forests. It is time we change that. We map what matters. Through our crowd — a big, global community of people who care about our planet just as much as we do — we build maps and information products of high quality and reliability. Our forest monitoring services can be adjusted to your specific needs, so you will get exactly the information you need.
Status date: 06 August 2015
The frequency and impact of natural and man-made disasters is increasing, resulting in needs for better response efforts. Satellites provide a secure, resilient, always-on infrastructure for dealing with emergency situations; however cost and availability problems often hamper their effective use. SatResponse investigated new technical, commercial and operational models for delivering better satellite communications and other space-based application services to Disaster Responders.
Status date: 06 July 2015
A tremendous opportunity exists for the global forest industry to capture the combined benefits of cutting edge technologies in the areas of satellite remote sensing technology, ground forest measurement, data analytics and cloud computing. The goal of the SATForM 3D project has been to design and develop a web-based application -Forest Mapper- integrating different satellite Earth Observation (EO) and aerial LiDAR with an innovative ground-based Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) forest measurement technique and data analytics, to provide better management and more efficient utilisation of our global forest resources.The project had the support of the main forest owners and forest managers in Ireland, who have collaborated in defining and validating the Forest Mapper features so that it now provides an innovative solution to their current needs.
Status date: 29 April 2015
The B-LiFE project is focused on delivering services for field analysis of biological threats and emergencies using a Light Fieldable Laboratory System.
Status date: 30 March 2015
I4A focuses on the provision of educational content and Internet access to African primary and professional high schools and to health and cultural centres. In a nutshell, I4A aims at providing a one-stop-solution for the collection, organization, delivery and use of digital educational contents based on the ISIDE platform/service.
Status date: 06 May 2011
The SAHEL initiative is a demonstration project for telemedicine service in Sub-Saharan Africa. The project will define and implement an operational pilot system connecting some isolated areas in both Western and Eastern countries of the Sub-Saharan region with medical centres of excellence for clinical services and eLearning. It is the first building block of a large pan-African network for telemedicine, in line with the TTF (Telemedecine Task Force) objectives.