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12 February 2014 The Dutch company Robin Radar has recently taken the FlySafe technology down a new and unexpected path.
12 February 2014 European Defence Agency (EDA) and European Space Agency (ESA), have agreed to pursue their cooperation in the domain of Remotely Piloted Aircrafts.

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T4MOD
Last update: 24 April 2014

T4MOD project aims at defining, developing, realising, qualifying and validating a user friendly Telemedicine system, through an interoperable IP overlay satellite network associated with an intelligent end-to-end communication platform, capable of supporting different medical specialities.

SAPI&NS
Last update: 22 April 2014

The SAPI&NS study aims to improve the effectiveness of Search And Rescue operations for civil and military operators (so-called dual use). With satellite communication and satellite navigation, the involved personnel and vehicles (esp. helicopters and boats) can be tracked and status information can be collected.

The solution is conceived to be used across different scenarios (air, ground, sea) and will next to tracking services also offer tools for management and coordination of operations.

REACT
Last update: 14 April 2014

The REACT project involves the project consortium working with the Irish Dublin Fire Brigade to develop a system that will ensure constant and reliable communication for exchange of real-time information between deployed emergency response personnel and its relevant command centre during a crisis or disaster situation.

NAVITOUR
Last update: 14 April 2014

N@VITour project, by integrating Telecommunications, Earth Observation and Navigation satellite assets, aims to analyze the feasibility of a pre-operative service that allows:

  • managing the resources of natural parks;
  • supporting tourists during tours in natural parks.
TIM
Last update: 14 April 2014

Efficient asset management is required to meet increasingly stringent demands on safety and reliable performance of new and ageing infrastructure under varying and sometimes hazardous environments.  The Transport Infrastructure Management (TIM) Service is planned as a new generation of asset monitoring services that can be deployed across multinational organizations. The concept is based on the integration of location and mapping capabilities of space assets and ground local point sensor networks - delivering data in the most efficient manner.

SAFETREE
Last update: 11 April 2014

Forest fires are considered as a serious and permanent threat for the forests in the CzechRepublic. Furthermore, as a result of climate change, an increase of fire frequency and severity is expected. Owners of forests in the CzechRepublic with an area exceeding 50 ha are legally obliged to secure an early detection of forest fire by patrol activities in the periods of increased fire risk. 

PREDICT
Last update: 10 April 2014

The objective of the PREDICT (Prevent and Respond to Epidemics and Demonstrate Information and Communication Technologies) feasibility study was to define sustainable new services for animal health surveillance and early warning. The combination of Earth Observation and state-of-the-art Information and Communication Technology enables to improve early reporting and rapid response and contributes to limit the spread of epidemics.

MATIST
Last update: 09 April 2014

The MATIST services provide ground motion information to operators of alpine transportation infrastructures such as railway companies, institutes representing the national roads and companies from the energy sector. 

AAF
Last update: 08 April 2014

Snow avalanches kill people and damage infrastructure in mountainous regions worldwide. Avalanche warning services base their products mainly on numerical weather prediction outputs, networks of automatic stations and observers in the field. Presently many European networks are not dense enough and observations by people in the field are hindered by bad weather conditions or high avalanche danger.

LeCross
Last update: 08 April 2014

The LeCross study identifies and assesses the feasibility of an integrated service solution to improve the safety at railway level crossings by supporting prevention of accidents and improving emergency operations. It specifies a future system and service which will meet the needs of those using, building and operating railway level crossings, whilst utilising added-value space-based technologies, systems and capabilities.