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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.

CO.DE-19

Status date: 31 October 2021

CO.DE-19 is a system for contactless delivery services based on an autonomous driving drone which allows the pick-up, transport and delivery of small packages with zero emission impact on the environment and without any human involvement needed.CO.DE-19 is able to move indoor and outdoor in full autonomy, to recognize and avoid obstacles thanks to satellite navigation, cameras and up-to-date sensors.

Sustainable Tourism Indicators

Status date: 31 October 2021

Have you ever had environmental considerations while on vacations? Most travellers are keen on preserving the area they are visiting but very few have reliable information on the actual environmental situation. Within this project the use of Earth Observation data is assessed to quantify the environmental situation and deliver this information in a simple way to all tourism stakeholders.

UV-SAN

Status date: 31 October 2021

UV-San is a smart sanitization system which uses ultraviolet radiations to inactivate viruses and bacteria within ambulances. Relying on a patented control system, UV-SAN ensures high level of safety. UV-San can be used many times a day when the patient’s compartment is empty keeping geo-traceability of procedures carried out and reducing the time needed for the sterilization.

Mining air data for healthier, smarter decisions

Status date: 31 October 2021

Air quality and pollen allergies impact our health and quality of life. We are developing analytical services to mitigate the impact of air pollution and pollen on people’s health. The core of our products is the combination of satellite data with measurements from our particle sensor, creating a unique service for local pollen forecasting. Our customers are airminers - they mine their own air.

HARVIC

Status date: 31 October 2021

HARVIC aims to provide forecast and advisory services to potato value chain actors in the Benelux through Earth observations in combination with innovative in-situ data, enabling potato companies to better manage their raw material productivity and optimize business processes and operations.

SoilSignal

Status date: 31 October 2021

SoilSignal provides an accurate, scalable and reliable decision support tool for farmers, for soil health management including irrigation management and fertiliser management. Using Earth Observation data and Machine Learning/AI, SoilSignal, powered by Deep Planet’s AI platform, predicts soil health properties at 90% accuracy.

PLESS

Status date: 31 October 2021

Marine pollution in the form of plastics is a devastating problem that not only affects the whole planet ecosystem, but also represents a great socio-economic impact on human activities Considering this ever-increasing problem, there is an urge for new conceptual and technological solutions that can help to detect, monitor and mitigate the consequences of marine plastics pollution and, ultimately, contribute to the establishment of adequate policies that can contribute for its mitigation.

SAGRESSMART

Status date: 31 October 2021

Powered by artificial intelligence and earth observation, SAGRESSMART provides solutions to improve efficiencies and success in seafloor mineral exploration and investment. As a way to increase knowledge, reduce risk and uncertainty, and assess mineral potential, SAGRESSMART is designed to simplify and reduce the time spent compiling, managing and interpreting data and concentrate efforts on the evaluation and raking of high-value targets.

MOOD Decom

Status date: 31 October 2021

Feasibility study of digital services supporting decommissioning activities at sea through the provision of Earth Observation (EO)-enriched modelled MetOcean parameters relevant for operation planning and environmental impact monitoring.

DRIPIN

Status date: 31 October 2021

Ground movements are an important driver for water pipe failure. This study aims to integrate radar satellite based InSAR data into water utility strategic modelling and operational workflows to improve decision-making and reduce pipe failure and associated costs.