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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.

Space Applications using Animal tracking data

Status date: 30 November 2018

The aim of the feasibility study is to evaluate a service for monitoring wildlife and farm animals. The service consists of a hardware part (collars for the animals, buy or lease) and a software to be offered as software as a service. For users these two parts are transparent, and they rent an overall service for animal tracking.

MAPCAM

Status date: 29 November 2018

MAPCAM provides crop identification and crop productivity information through the growing season to support a number of different regulatory, policy, planning and protection functions aimed at ensuring food security and adaptation to above-average climate change impacts.

ClimField

Status date: 29 November 2018

ClimField was a project aimed at assessing feasibility of development a portfolio of EO-based irrigation supporting services addressed to Polish field crops producers. Effects of climate change on the situation of farmers and treatments they undertake were taken into account during the study.

Greenhouse Early Warning Service

Status date: 27 November 2018

Greenhouse owners are in a very competitive market, in which unexpected costs due to damage and decay of the greenhouse assets can cause severe problems. This feasibility study aims to provide insights into how an early warning service using space data can help greenhouse owners to prevent or mitigate non-insurable risks threatening their business.

SAT-DEFO

Status date: 26 November 2018

SAT-DEFO project purpose is to build an app with data-proven, valid, both historical and current information about ground deformations for the inhabitants of the areas who are exposed to such changes (especially in the localizations threatened by ground subsidence caused by mining activity).

Invisible Worlds

Status date: 23 November 2018

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.

RAPSODY

Status date: 19 November 2018

RAPSODY, a project led by TEKEVER, will demonstrate the use of remotely piloted aerial systems (RPAS) in a wide area maritime context, through the execution of search & rescue and pollution monitoring missions. The missions will be executed in near-real scenarios over the Atlantic Ocean. The Satcom-enabled RPAS will be fully prepared and customized to perform these maritime missions, including the integration of specific payloads and the usage of specially tailored mission-oriented data fusion, data compression and automatic feature recognition and identification algorithms.

AquaFarm

Status date: 16 November 2018

Aquafarm brings together satellite data and Soil-Plant-Air models to provide operational services to Farmers’ service providers as well as national institutions related with crop development and forecast. 

Soft-Alpha

Status date: 16 November 2018

Soft commodities, such as soy and sugar, and their related financial derivatives, are widely traded on exchanges worldwide. At present, production data is only made available at fixed points through the year (usually after the growing season). The Soft-Alpha project provides predictive analysis on soft commodity crop performance, in a sector that is currently dependent on historical data. The project uses EO derived data products and analytics, to monitor performance on a dynamic basis, offering unique insights that not only provide competitive advantage to commodity traders, but also improve food security and increase transparency in regard to sustainability issues in the various supply chains.

SAMIPS

Status date: 15 November 2018

The main objective of the project is to investigate user needs, technological feasibility and economic sustainability of the implementation of the EO-based solution allowing for detection and monitoring of habitats affected by invasive plant species.