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LATEST PROJECTS

 

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.

ISSWIND Demo

Status date: 13 March 2019

ISSWIND provides value-adding services to wind power industry in the areas of planning and operations, with financial and organizational benefits, to a wide range of wind power stakeholders. More accurate wind resource assessments and power production estimations are just two of the range of services available that shall benefit the client’s business.

Project Impactor

Status date: 11 March 2019

Impactor deliver a prototype/credit scoring tool based on locally collected data, weather data and remote sensing data works. With this, we can provide financing to smallholders  – and support traders in taking over financing activities to these smallholders – Impactor could in a later stage expand to advice, which after then can be presented to impact investors (via a platform). 

HARP

Status date: 08 March 2019

For safe operations, commercial aircraft have to be able to communicate with air traffic control centres at all times. In remote areas such as the polar regions, communication is by HF shortwave radio, which may be severely disrupted by space weather events. The provision of state-of-the-art services for HF communication management is covered by the HARP project.

CC RAFCo

Status date: 28 February 2019

The CC RAFCo service aims to help companies monitor their own and their suppliers’ performance using historic, observational, and climate projection data along with EO data. Essentially, it offers a one-stop-shop for all climate-related data needs, to help companies mainstream climate change considerations into their business planning, from risk management to opening up new business opportunities. 

Ground Instability Risk Profiling (GIRP) now branded as Hi_Ground

Status date: 22 February 2019

Hi_Ground delivers new subsidence risk profiling tools, based on our unique Core Subsidence Hazard Score, for every property and postcode in the UK.

360blue

Status date: 22 February 2019

360blue is an information and software suite to determine water related risks, support optimization of water management, and asses water footprints.

DynTrans

Status date: 20 February 2019

The Dynamic Public Transport System (DynTrans) is a concept for dynamic public transport systems based on existing transport networks and satellite positioning. DynTrans assists public transport providers and governmental institutions to increase the attractiveness of their public transport systems. The system provides a taxi-like transportation service for the costs of a bus ticket to passengers. 

SCS

Status date: 18 February 2019

Smart Coop Solutions (SCS) is an Internet of Things (IoT) based sensing service enabling the organic farmer to monitor and maintain mobile chicken coops remotely and to guarantee suitable conditions for the animals. Animal welfare under organic standards has strict regulations and requires that coops offer a suitable indoor climate and outdoor environment. Real-time monitoring through the SCS provides farmers with relevant statistics, actionable information and peace of mind through a simple mobile app.

BLUE DISCOVERY

Status date: 13 February 2019

BlueDiscovery is an innovative and powerful technology platform designed to provide an efficient and low-cost Access Control and Visitor Information System to Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)and Tourist Ports, at the same time that it gives them the capability to offer a comprehensive set of added-value services to visitors.

DateGIS Demo

Status date: 12 February 2019

DateGIS Demo is the follow-on demonstration project from the ARTES 20 DateGIS feasibility study completed in 2016.DateGIS is an integrated Geo-information System (GIS) for Date Palm precision agriculture. Objective of DateGIS is to provide information products and services on date farms and palm trees for:Government institutions, specifically for the following needs:Date farm and palm registration service;Regional / national Red Palm Weevil control management program;Date sector (farmers), specifically for the following needs:Increase yield, productivity and quality of date farming;Reduction of date farm losses due to Red Palm Weevil infestation.Currently the main threat for the global date sector is the Red Palm Weevil plague, so the first focus of DateGIS is on service items 1.b and 2.b (the most urgent needs), with a clear and sustainable long-term growth model for service items 1.a and 2.a.The key asset of the DateGIS is information supply chain management (“from big data to farm information”) which includes building a strong network of remote sensing data suppliers, aerial survey service providers, knowledge partners and local network / sales channels.