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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.

GroWise

Status date: 02 October 2018

This demonstration project builds on previous work with radar carried out in the UK to develop crop growth models for a variety of arable crops. GroWise will see new models built which will give credit providers an accurate view of the crops in the ground.  It will also allow them to deliver agronomic advice, via a new app, to farmers – something which is currently lacking with small/subsistence farmers. By improving the crops of small-scale farmers it is hoped that credit providers have their loans repaid and they feel more confident in loaning greater sums, to more farmers than currently. 

River Nexus

Status date: 02 October 2018

River Nexus is a game changer for the life of millions of people in developing countries. We cover through a single infrastructure the essential needs for a sustainable development. It offers a productive use of clean energy, telecommunication and climate services based on space technology applications. Its operational model targets not only local, but also national and international value chains

RECIPE

Status date: 27 September 2018

RECIPE provides low cost 3D models of cultural assets through a COTS tool. Input data shall be EO satellite images and photos taken by tourists,  via mobile phone cameras.

SAVANT

Status date: 26 September 2018

SAVANT is an end-to-end analytics and insights service, generating and delivering bespoke products tailored to specific requirements of customers seeking information on the mining industry, with an initial focus on the copper mining sector.

ThermCERT

Status date: 24 September 2018

Fuel poverty is an increasingly large social problem in Great Britain, as well as in the rest of Europe. Aging building stock and rising fuel prices are pushing more and more households into fuel poverty.ThermCERT presents an opportunity to reduce the complexity and time spent for identification of potential customers eligible for Energy Company Obligation (ECO) support, allowing energy suppliers to deliver their obligation more efficiently and effectively than before.

SatCBRN

Status date: 19 September 2018

SatCBRN explores the use of satellite services for surveillance and hazard management of incidents involving release of chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear threat agents.  

Assure

Status date: 17 September 2018

Assure is a system designed to alert the care community of someone suffering from social isolation 

SAMoH

Status date: 17 September 2018

Satellite Earth Observation offers a rich source of information-rich temporal data for those charged with monitoring and managing natural habitats. The SAMoH platform helps to connect these users with imagery and provides analytical and visualization tools that do not require users to be remote sensing experts. Through the use of cloud storage, cloud processing power and open data cube technology, turning imagery into insight for a range of users in the environmental sector is quick, easy and cost-effective.

SIITAg

Status date: 17 September 2018

Agriculture is the most important core industry in the world. With feeding 9.5 billion people globally by 2050, it faces a tremendous challenge. Food production must increase by 75%. To that end, Spacenus develops sustainable operational services which addresses agricultural plant nutrient deficiency (PND) with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system connected with earth observation, navigation and IoT.

Ag|knowledge 4.0

Status date: 12 September 2018

Ag|knowledge 4.0 is a kick-start food security project. The feasibility study aims to improve the agricultural risk management for the stakeholders of the agri-supply chain in emerging economies. The services provided will exploit various EO-technologies from remote sensing, weather to GNSS to close a big information gap on operational crop monitoring in support of small holders. The initial project focus is on India.