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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.

CCP

Status date: 22 July 2016

This project aims to develop a new technology that allows non-technical personnel trim, play, deploy, videos for Auto-Feed Content Creator component by category.

TT-GSAT

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. 

TRISS

Status date: 20 July 2016

Humans spend energy and money to plant and manage trees in their habitat. Tree information is essential to enable rational management: Tree numbers, their position, height, crown size, health, habitat condition and species are relevant to professionals managing both urban and rural environments. This feasibility study focused on satellite based services providing or updating tree information. 

Improving the Efficiency of Loss Adjustment and Claims Management in the Insurance Industry

Status date: 13 July 2016

The study analyses the feasibility and viability potential of an earth-observation based service for supporting the claims management process in the forest insurance industry. A main aspect is loss adjustment after large-scale disasters with a focus on storm events and forest fires.   

BIOSCOPE

Status date: 05 July 2016

Agriculture is becoming more and more data driven and farmers are in demand of relevant, fresh information about their crops for location specific treatment. BIOSCOPE sets up a unique service based on satellite imagery when possible and drone imagery as backup when clouds prevent an undisturbed view.

BIOSCOPE FS

Status date: 05 July 2016

BIOSCOPE investigated the technical and economical viability of a vegetation monitoring system based on the integrated use of satellites and Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS).

HAMS

Status date: 01 July 2016

Using Satellite applications in conjunction with terrestrial sensors to better monitor and understand heritage assets. The nature of maintaining a large portfolio of heritage assets provides a large opportunity to use remote sensing techniques to deliver a more efficient method for monitoring distributed assets.

DG-TRAC Demo Project

Status date: 13 June 2016

The DG-Trac project addresses the tracking and tracing of dangerous goods in the medical sector integrating and using navigational and communication space services together with GSM/UMTS and Internet. DG-Trac introduces a centralised mechanism for the management and distribution of information concerning each dangerous goods transport.In case of an accident, emergency service will be informed about the involved dangerous goods.

FLARE

Status date: 10 June 2016

FLARE is an integrated software package and data service which supports the global forestry insurance industry in asset estimation, risk management and loss adjustment. This feasibility study analysed the operational, technical and economic viability of a FLARE system/ service providing Earth Observation and Global Navigation Satellite System data and mapping products, within a simple software interface. 

3INSAT

Status date: 07 June 2016

3InSat demonstration project developed, tested and verified a new satellite-based subsystem, based on the Ansaldo STS ERTMS solution, for allowing the SIL4 train localization function at Signalling System Level by using GNSS. 3InSat also implemented an integrated solution based on the combination of SatCom, 3G/4G systems and TETRA to realize the link between the on board train control system and wayside signalling infrastructure.