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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.

BioDiv Checker

Status date: 01 August 2018

The BioDiv Checker is a service to acquire and analyze remote sensing images for supply chain integrity within ecological farming.

SFM

Status date: 27 July 2018

The objective of the SFM project is to formulate an integrated system of services aimed at monitoring and providing real-time information to first responders and decision makers, on the status of the area impacted by an incident/malicious act that involves a formal or effective release of agent chemical, bacteriological, and radiological even with explosives (CBRNe).

SIS-SREM

Status date: 26 July 2018

To improve the safety and the information provision for people planning and undertaking outdoor activities in mountain resorts in the Eastern European market, the SIS-SREM project developed an advanced mountain rescue team management (MRTM) solution for organizations to better coordinate  teams during search & rescue missions (S&R) and an Infotainment platform that provides 3D outdoor maps and mobile guidance for visitors, enables new forms of digital marketing and communication and integrates RPAS technology based services.

Soft-Alpha

Status date: 25 July 2018

Soft commodities, such as coffee 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.

RSFPS Service

Status date: 25 July 2018

The extension of the TIKKA project on the REMOTE SENSING FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM is results of the positive evaluation of the TIKKA project by the forest users. The new Service will be based on the TIKKA project conception that has been evaluated and implemented during the demonstration phase for the Forest Users. The service will be implemented and provided to the brand-new market which are the National Parks in Poland. The beneficiary of the RSFPS during the demonstration phase of the service will be the Kampinoski National Park, which is the second biggest National Park in Poland (385 km2) and in 2000 year has been listed on UNESCO List.

JERICHO VDE

Status date: 23 July 2018

Feasibility study, performed by a Polish team, providing a comprehensive overview of the VDES technology future maritime applications potential. Analysis regards two of the most interesting services, i.e. MSI (Maritime Safety Information) exchange, with particular emphasis on polar regions, and SAR (Search and Rescue) operation coordination – on-scene search patterns exchange.

WASTE IAP

Status date: 23 July 2018

The development of a service that uses Earth Observation data to detect and monitor legal waste sites, and GNSS technology to track the destination of high value waste items. The information is used to show evidence of legal operator compliance and illegal disposal or exportation of waste.

SPARK ME

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.

MiLoW-RRS

Status date: 23 July 2018

MiLoW-RRS is an innovative weather service based on space technologies and space derived data that provides outdoor enthusiasts a one-stop-shop solution for planning multi-day outdoor trips in complex terrains. The service combines maps, elevation profiles and route descriptions with accurate and reliable weather forecasts for planning and undertaking outdoor activities.

DFMS4i

Status date: 18 July 2018

The project investigated how drought and flood prediction and monitoring services derived from in-situ and space-based Earth Observation data - in from the Sentinel satellites - could support the uptake of agriculture insurance in developing countries, with an initial focus on Uganda.