ORGANIZER(S): UK Space Agency (UKSA)
Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 05 Jul 2021 Location: Online event
The UK Space Agency's International Partnership Programme (IPP) will be delivering a series of regional webinars, aimed at promoting our projects' capabilities and outcomes/impacts across climate change, agriculture, humanitarian, maritime, and disaster resilience.
10:00 - 11:30 BST
RE-SAT (Renewable Energy Space Analytics Tool) (Institute for Environmental Analytics)
The RE-SAT project has developed a cutting-edge energy analytics platform to support the planning of renewable energy infrastructure from national transition strategies down to individual project assessment.
Forests 2020 (Ecometrica)
Forests 2020 aims to protect and restore of up to 300 million hectares of tropical forests by improving national forest monitoring systems in seven partner countries through better applications of satellite data.
Earth Observation for Sustainable Aggregate Supply (EO4SAS) that aims to provide Kenya with Earth observation data and ideas on how the country might improve the management of its sand resources.
gEOthermalKenya (Omanos Analytics)
gEOthermalKenya aims to characterise and monitor land-use around current and prospective geothermal power plants. The goal of the project is to support the socially, environmentally, and economically sustainable growth of the Kenyan geothermal sector.
EASOS (Earth and Sea Observation System - Marine Watch and Flood Watch) (Satellite Applications Catapult)
The Earth and Sea Observation System (EASOS) developed three innovative tools – Flood Watch, Marine Watch and Forest Watch – which use satellite data to detect, monitor and produce rapid early warning alerts for flooding, marine pollution and deforestation.
Verumar (NLA International)
Verumar aims to complement and enhance governments’ efforts to conserve and sustainably use their seas and marine resources. Verumar uses satellite data, machine learning and other technologies to create a new level of sea vision, highlighting suspicious maritime activity across vast expanses of the country’s Exclusive Economic Zone.
OASIS-TU/MSIS-TU (exactEarth Europe Ltd)
These projects are small vessel safety and tracking initiatives using exactTrax – a tracking and safety of life service for small vessels using simple to deploy satellite transponders.
Short URL: https://www.preventionweb.net/go/78508