Space Geomatica Ltd

Our vision for the drone age

SenseLab/TUC and Space Geomatica collaboration for the design of a modular unmanned aerial vehicle for environmental monitoring resulted in the publication of a new scientific article.

The article titled: “Dronesourcing: A modular, expandable multi-sensor UAV platform for combined, real-time environmental monitoring” is now available.

 

Projects

Although Space Geomatica Ltd is a relatively new SME, it presents a significant track record in participation in several projects and activities. An indicative list follows:

Satellite Altimetry Calibration & Validation 

  • FRM4ALT: Fiducial Reference Measurements for Altimetry. Period: 2016-2018 Web-portal.
  • Sentinel-3 Altimeter Calibration Site. Period: 2013-2016. The main objective was to establish a permanent transponder calibration site for the European Space Agency’s Sentinel-3 altimetry mission.

Drone2GNSS

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SenseLab@Technical University of Crete & Space Geomatica Ltd joint project Drone2GNSS takes the 2016 GSA Special Prize “The most innovative application idea for Galileo Initial Services” over 98 proposals submitted under the 2016 European Satellite Navigation Competition. Read more.

Drone2GNSS was also the ESNC 2nd Overall Winner (over 413 proposals). Read more.

Earth Observation Data Analysis

  • Open Coal Mine Land Movement Monitoring using satellite Differential Interferometry SAR (DInSAR) technique. Read more.

InSAR

Sentinel-1A Interferogram over Northern Greece

  • 17-Nov-2015 Lefkada, Greece 6.5 Earthquake triggered surface displacement . Read more.

Sentinel1 Lefkada

Sentinel-1A imagery captured on 5-Nov & 17-Nov-2015 processed with the Sentinel Application Package (SNAP).

Unmanned Aerial Systems Applications

3D Paleochora

Digital Elevation Model from UAV captured imagery to support geotechnical studies

Kamariotis DEM All

Digital Elevation Model from UAV captured imagery to support rural settlements planning. Read more.

Products/Apps

This page serves as a repository of freely available mobile Apps, services and/or products related to Earth Observation data obtained by satellite, aerial, ground and marine payloads.

Products/Apps developed by Space Geomatica Ltd or SenseLab/TUC.

  • Google Earth Pass Locator for Satellite Altimetry Missions. This free product merges the .kml files of satellite altimetry missions’ ground tracks published here. Draw an area of interest (AOI) and visualize the altimetric missions and/or their field of view in your AOI vicinity. Download.
  • clip_image022Rescue-NET Emergency and collaborative team management using Earth Observation and crowd-sourced data developed by SenseLab/TUC. This free App is available here.

Third-party products/Apps

  •   centerGTPLogo    Geotechpedia, a single point of reference for geotechnical engineering.

Blog

Our vision for the drone age

SenseLab/TUC and Space Geomatica collaboration for the design of a modular unmanned aerial vehicle for environmental monitoring resulted in the publication of a new scientific article. The article titled: “Dronesourcing: A modular, expandable multi-sensor UAV platform for combined, real-time environmental

New SenseLab Publication

“Towards Autonomous Modular UAV Missions: The Detection, Geo-Location and Landing Paradigm” is the title of the latest SenseLab@TUC publication. The full text is available here. Thank you SenseLab for the collaboration.

Drone2GNSS project takes GSA Special Prize

Space Geomatica Ltd and SenseLab@Technical University of Crete project Drone2GNSS takes the 2016 GSA Special Prize “The most innovative application idea for Galileo Initial Services” over 98 proposals submitted under the 2016 European Satellite Navigation Competition. Read more. Drone2GNSS was also

Satellite Masters Conference

Space Geomatica Ltd. will participate at the 3rd Satellite Masters Conference, that will be held from 25-26 October 2016 in Madrid.

Rockfall Monitoring Publication

A journal article titled: “Integration of seismic and image data processing for rockfall monitoring and early warning along transportation networks” was published in the prestigious Natural Hazards Journal. Its Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is: 10.1007/s11069-016-2462-2.

Open Data Incubator In Europe (ODINE) Results

The evaluation results of our proposal titled:”First Person Earth Observation Augmented Visualization (FPGIS)” submitted under the Open Data Incubator in Europe (ODINE) Call for proposals are expected to be announced by 19 July 2016. Good luck FPGIS!!!