SpacEarth Technology is furnishing an AIS inosonde to be installed in Argentina. Thanks to the collaboration with the Universidad Tecnologica Nacional and INGV a new ionospheric observatory will be relised in Bahìa Blanca to monitor and investigate the upper atmosphere physics in an uncovered area.
SpacEarth Technology is involved in the Antarctic project DemoGRAPE with the role to standardize the GNSS project data acquired in the Antarctic stations Sanae IV (South Africa) and Comandante Ferraz (Brazil). DemoGRAPE will release the prototype of a new service based on local data and ad hoc processors, capable to demonstrate a significant improvement of the precise positioning over Antarctica. Thanks to the Cloud technology, the prototype will be accessible to a plethora of different stakeholders, from academic to private, interested in the high precision applications.
SpacEarth Technology collaborates with Telespazio in the framework of Sesar Project to assess the impact of the ionosphere on the GNSS signals over Sicily and Svalbard Islands during selected space weather events. SESAR unites around 3,000 experts in Europe and beyond in an effort to make the SES (Single European Sky) a timely reality by developing technologies and procedures for a new-generation of the ATM (Air Trafic Management) system capable of enhancing performance. These performance results are forecast to be achieved via R&D on improvements to ATM operations, including technical systems, procedures, human factors and institutional changes as part of STEP ONE of the European ATM Master Plan.
SpacEarth Technology has been involved in EMSO Medit Project to design and realize data acquisition and transmission boards of the underwater geophysical observatory of Portopalo (Sicily).
SpacEarth Technology is involved in the H2020 EMSODEV Project as linked third party. EMSODEV (European Multidisciplinary Seafloor and water-column Observatory DEVelopment) is a project aimed at catalyzing the full implementation and operation of EMSO distributed Research Infrastructure (RI), through the development, testing and deployment of an EMSO Generic Instrument Module (EGIM). This module will ensure accurate, consistent, comparable, regional-scale, long-term measurements of ocean parameters, which are key to addressing urgent socio-scientific challenges such as climate change, ocean ecosystem disturbance and marine hazards.