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  1. IAP Case Studies Warsaw, 10 May 2013 Alan Brunstrom Head of the Applications Business Office, ESA Harwell Centre Alan.Brunstrom@esa.int +44 1235 567 903 ESA Unclassified: for Official Use

  2. UAS for monitoring oil and gas pipelines and mineral surveying • Feasibility study by Barnard Microsystems & Inmarsat, with Shell Global Solutions Projects & Technology. • Beyond line of sight operation where it might be irresponsible to use pilots, such as in areas of civil unrest. • Broadband satcoms downlink provides both telemetry and imaging. • Successful study has led to Demo project SURMON. ESA Unclassified: for Official Use

  3. Small Aircraft Situational Awarenessfor emergency response (SASISA) • Enables first responders to use overhead surveillance during initial, most critical phase of response. • Done real-time by combining satellite & terrestrial systems. • Complies with established operational methods & financial limitations of civil public sector agencies. • Can also be used for routine monitoring of infrastructure. • Commercial off-the-shelf sensors fitted to small aircraft: • Infrared camera, high resolution optical camera. • Instant, two-way, broadband voice & data communications between aircraft & emergency centre. • Larger demonstration project now being planned. ESA Unclassified: for Official Use

  4. Small Aircraft Situational Awarenessfor emergency response (SASISA) ESA Unclassified: for Official Use

  5. ARTES 20 demo : Space-AIS for Blue Belt EMSA Blue Belt pilot project The reception of reliable information on ships’ prior to their arrival at port helps Customs Authorities in their operations (anticipating ship arrivals, risk assessment, prioritisation of controls, etc). The knowledge of ships’ actual routes (especially beyond the coastal region) is critical for the Customs Authorities to be reassured about which ships are operating on intra-EU trading routes, and may lead in the future to a reduction of the administrative burden for these ships. The aim of the EMSA Blue Belt pilot project is to deliver notification reports with ships information to maritime customs authorities of all EU Member States. ESA Unclassified: for Official Use European Maritime Safety Agency: www.emsa.europa.eu

  6. ARTES 20 demo: Space-AIS for Blue Belt EMSA Blue Belt project is using the short range coastal tracking system AIS, to provide ship identification and position information. Its coverage is limited to about 40 nautical miles from the coast. The ARTES 20 project is extending this coverage by using satellite detection of AIS: AIS messages transmitted by ships are collected from space, allowing a continuous tracking of the ships with the possibility of worldwide coverage. Space AIS data provided by the ARTES 20 project are combined with complementary information (ships static data, terrestrial AIS positions, etc) and sent in notification reports to Customs Authorities. ESA Unclassified: for Official Use AIS Automatic Identification System

  7. Examples of Screen shots indicating the Blue Belt ship track. Terrestrial AIS data SAT-AIS data (source :EMSA) ESA Unclassified: for Official Use

  8. The VECMAP project • Disease vector mapping • Outbreaks of Chikungunya • Reunion 2005-2006 • Ravenna (Italy) 2007 • Global introductions of disease vectors • International trade (e.g. eggs in tyres) • Tourism • Global warming • Need for surveillance, early warning systems & control • Vectors survive only in particular ecosystems • Need for spatial prediction maps Asian Tiger Mosquito A. Albopictus, vector for: - West-Nile - Dengue - Chikungunya - Yellow fever - St. Louis Encephalitis

  9. The VECMAP project • Users & their needs • Academic users • Public Health (decision makers) • Control agencies • - Critical & nuisance species • - Where are they (mosquitoes, larvae, eggs), high resolution • - When will eggs hatch & population peak • - Cover a greater area with the same budget • - Use less pesticides Control agencies • EID Mediterranee (F) • CAA (I) • CMV (NL) ESA Unclassified: for official use

  10. The VECMAP project • VECMAP Services • Sampling strategy & routing service • Field-data synchronization with dBase • incl. GNSS position • Synchronization of laboratory data • Continuous set of processed EO data • Habitat suitability mapping service • Landscape suitability mapping service • GIS & raster functions by web interface ESA Unclassified: for official use

  11. The VECMAP project • Consortium • Avia-GIS (B) • Team leader & service provider • ERGO (UK) • Geospatial modelling based on in-situ and Earth Observation data • MEDES (F) • In-situ measurements and field reporting • EARS (NL) and VITO (B) • Analysis of Earth Observation data • RIVM (NL) • Key public health user VECMAP team at EID user in Montpellier ESA Unclassified: for official use

  12. The VECMAP project • VECMAP Demonstration Project • (2012-2013) • Following successful feasibility study • and system demonstration • Mosquitoes, ticks, midges, mammals • Demo services in 12 countries ESA Unclassified: for official use

  13. Space Assets for Demining (SADA) vscurrent practice for detection & clearance Survey & Demarcation • GPS • Laser ranging • Relative positioning • Staff maps • Google Earth • GMS, VHF, HF, Satellite Phone Detection - Remove vegetation • Prodders • Metal detectors (& GPR) • Tillers • Mine action dog teams Clearance is not an issue No silver bullet technology ESA Unclassified: for Official use

  14. Potential of space assets: land release ESA Unclassified: for official use

  15. Potential of space assets: indirect indicators ESA Unclassified: for official use

  16. Potential of space asset integration:ARC, 2003 Minefield Indicators Shore of river Powerline Trenches Access to streams Access to road/path Forest edge Source: ARC Field Trial, May 2003 Mine Accidents Records ESA Unclassified: for official use 16

  17. Potential of space asset integration: ARC, 2003 Parcel-based per-field risk estimation Risk index ESA Unclassified: for official use 17

  18. Potential of space assets: navigation & communication Examples Better reporting (for donors, for learning) Transfer of maps, seamless comms with field ops Geo-referencing for GIS integration of: • - Interviews • Field observations • Stand off detection • Demarcation • Clearance GPS Bonoculars Photos ESA Unclassified: for Official use