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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.

FATMAP Live

Status date: 25 June 2019

FATMAP’s app and 3D mapping technology helps people discover and navigate outdoor adventures all over the world. FATMAP ‘Live’ adds real-time data layers to the map including live satellite views, weather, webcams, local risks and conditions to make enjoying the outdoors easier and safer.

PLIMM

Status date: 24 June 2019

‘Helping to find the important needles within the InSAR time series haystack’The PLIMM services developed within the project provide users with unique information on the performance of their assets. Using a set of proprietary workflows and algorithms on processed InSAR data the system is able to identify critical insights within the millions of individual measurement points. Developed in close collaboration with the user community, the system provides earth observation outputs in a format that is most appropriate for the target sectors.    

SkyLiberty CCN#1

Status date: 18 June 2019

Through the SkyLiberty project, ESNAH has created a service associated to a set of different products to support pilots and other aviation stakeholders in the performance of safe and effective flights.Originally designed for aviation, the SkyLiberty service has proven to be useful in several other domains (e.g. boats or trucks tracking).The service is composed of several modules named SkyUser (mobile application and web for pilots), SkyOperator (web application for operators, i.e. persons or entities owning and renting one or more aircrafts to pilots) and SkyLink (tracking device and satellite modem), which have different functionalities tailored to the needs of various stakeholders.

UKSRI

Status date: 14 June 2019

Field-level seasonal weather predictions can empower growers to make better-informed decisions, reducing their food waste and greenhouse emissions. We have demonstrated a working pilot of a new seasonal forecast system that combines EC Copernicus model outputs with daily weather analytics to improve long-term rainfall predictability. Applications include summer planning for irrigation, cultivar selection and decisions about crop mixes to mitigate crops losses from drought, floods or climate-linked pathogens. UKSRI has identified British growers, producers and agronomists who could benefit from these services.

Poolspot

Status date: 14 June 2019

INVITE ALL SWIMMING POOL OWNERS IN YOUR (E-)SHOP We automatically detect swimming pool owners at wide scale thanks to our identification algorithms using satellite imagery. Take the opportunity to reach new clients with our direct marketing service.

CSP-FoSyS

Status date: 14 June 2019

Concentrating solar thermal power plants with an electricity production of up to 250 MW have to be integrated into the electricity grid. Both day-ahead and intra-day forecasting of the production and therefore direct solar irradiance forecasting is needed.During the demonstration project, a forecasting system based on the use of satellite data, cloud cameras, numerical weather prediction models and plant model was developed. The system was installed, tested and demonstrated in La Africana CSP power plant in Spain.

DROMAS DP

Status date: 12 June 2019

DROMAS services aim at periodical full country monitoring of agricultural vegetation to serve decision makers on national level

SenTAct

Status date: 12 June 2019

The services is a visual communications service for operational management. The service helps teams in the field assimilate information relevant for the local context. We aim to offer a communications platform which leverages Location Intelligence to provide the right information at the right time, and Augmented Reality to ease access and understanding of the information.

GeoSHM Demo Project

Status date: 10 June 2019

The GeoSHM Demo Project implements a pre-operational installation and demonstration across three of the longest bridges in the world. The primary purpose of the project is the integration of GNSS positioning and Earth Observation techniques to enable the Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of long-span bridges. This project intends to bring the GeoSHM service to the global market incrementally. 

SiriusInsight

Status date: 10 June 2019

Sirius Constellation Ltd is developing ‘SiriusInsight’, a Situational Awareness platform using pioneering techniques in Artificial Intelligence including ‘Explainable Artificial Intelligence’. The fully developed system will have applications in many commercial and governmental areas.