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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.

BIGMIG-DEMO

Status date: 25 March 2020

The project aims to establish a service leveraging on big data from satellite and ground data to support migration management and prevention.

LymeApp

Status date: 24 March 2020

Lyme Borreliosis (LB) is a rapidly growing health problem in the Highlands of Scotland.  Prevention is difficult because of the paucity of information about “hot spots”.  LymeApp integrates georeferenced disease data into spatial models using Earth Observation data alongside data from GP surgeries, and the Scottish National Lyme Borreliosis Testing Lab to produce an interactive risk map.

ERP

Status date: 23 March 2020

The ERP kick starts aims at delivering solution blueprints for forecastingthe utilization of public fast-charging sites for Electric Vehicles (EV) and cover methods for the provision of EV navigation to the next suitable charging siteon suitable geographical areas for new fast-charging infrastructureon EV public fast-charging energy demand (incl. peaks/lows)

SkyLiberty CCN#1

Status date: 20 March 2020

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.

EARTH SCAN

Status date: 16 March 2020

EARTHSCAN is a Real-Time Healthcare System (RTHS) for detecting and diagnosing polyps during colonoscopy using cloud computing accessed via satellites.

ARGOS > INSIDE

Status date: 12 March 2020

 In parallel to the CLS initiative to design a satellite constellation dedicated to Space IoT called Kinéis, this study aimed to analyse the market opportunity  of a recently developed hybrid Argos chipset with terrestrial communication capabilities to fill coverage gaps . A largely increased satellite data collection capacity and low cost and small size terminals will permit to significantly multiply the number of devices. Three application areas have been targeted in the feasibility study: container shipping, artisanal fishing, equipment operation control especially for humanitarian aids. 

RESUCI

Status date: 04 March 2020

RESUCI is an undergoing project developed to prove the technical and commercial viability of using spate assets and technology in support of resilient and sustainable right of way corridors for powerlines and pipelines, while simultaneous contributing to mitigate the infrastructure related negative impacts to the surrounding environment.

MARVELOWS

Status date: 04 March 2020

The project objective is to identify and specify new services using VDES (VHF Data Exchange System), so leveraging robust ship-to-ship, ship-to-shore and shore-to-ship communications that this technology makes available. Starting from e-navigation Maritime Service Portfolio (MSP) as defined by IMO e-navigation strategic implementation plan, two services have been identified that mostly match the Contractor business opportunities: dematerialisation and towage. 

EO Claim Ledger

Status date: 04 March 2020

The insurance industry is facing several challenges today: an increasing number of natural disasters and related losses strain their budgets. The EO-Claim Ledger aims to support the insurance industry by providing a fully automated claim management system making use of Earth observation imagery. Blockchain technology allows the provision of a secured system. It reduces administrative costs and prevents fraud.

GroWise

Status date: 27 February 2020

GroWise will give credit providers through the use of growth models for a variety of common African crops 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.