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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.

Greenhouse Early Warning Service

Status date: 09 April 2019

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.

ARC-REACH

Status date: 08 April 2019

A number of countries are making preparations to turn the rapidly warming Arctic into a busy global shipping route.The objective of the ARC-REACH project is to validate the need and feasibility to setup a cost-effective low-power long-range dynamic radio network, tailored for tracking of cargo and maritime activity, complemented with remote sensing of the environment. 

SSFIS

Status date: 02 April 2019

Smallholders are underserved by credit providers as lenders are unable to assess their risk. Sensonomic’s system uses predictive and prescriptive simulations to assess system effects of credit deployment and open the market. With its dynamic data consumption, and iterative and reactive simulations, the service provides a continually updated prediction of how robust the credit providers portfolio is.

AUDROS

Status date: 02 April 2019

The “Autonomous Drone Services in the CBRNe operations” (AUDROS) Feasibility Study assessed the technical feasibility and commercial viability of space-based services in combination with the emerging RPAS technologies which become a game changer in many service domains to improve the monitoring, early warning, surveillance and reaction on CBRNe events and threats. 

MIDAS

Status date: 02 April 2019

Land mines and IEDs are a global problem that impact individuals, nations and the international community.The MIDAS programme uses space services to improve efficiency, coordination, assurance, traceability, autonomy and safety of clearance operations; reducing casualties and returning land to productive use around the world.

EUROPORT

Status date: 01 April 2019

Ports are fundamental and main part of inter-modal global transport in the world. The growth in freight transport stresses the existing infrastructure to its limits. There are already considerable signs of congestion in the European transport system, e.g. on the roads and in harbors. Congestion will have a negative impact on the costs and time of transportation, which affects the prices and the quality of products.EUROPORT aims to optimize the synchronization between the several transportation modes reducing the downtime in the logistic chain.

NG Aviation – Smart Airports

Status date: 28 March 2019

Proposed system serves as a platform for Airside area management based on ICAO and EUROCONTROL legislative as a support for satellite navigation.AIME Aeronautical Information Management Environment software platform enables to create and share digital aeronautical data including the temporal warning messages (Digital NOTAM) in AIXM 5.1 format.

European Space-based Information Management System for CBRN (EuroSIM CBRN)

Status date: 22 March 2019

The aim of this project is to investigate the feasibility of developing the next generation of CBRN information management system through the provision of a web-based service model which enables a wide user community to have access to the type of advanced CBRN IM technology already available to the military in the UK, the USA and NATO.

OWASIS-NL

Status date: 20 March 2019

The lack of proper information on water availability is one of the most challenging obstacles for water management practices. To fight this challenge, OWASIS-NL uses space assets in two innovative water availability services that support effective water resource management in the Netherlands and South Africa.

CERASAT

Status date: 20 March 2019

CERASAT aims to provide reliable, real-time and global rainfall measurement services. It extracts the rainfall information from the signalling data generated in satellite communication (SatCom) networks by employing advanced machine learning and signal processing techniques. CERASAT can complement existing rainfall measurement solutions e.g. rain gauges and weather radars.