Projekte (in englischer Sprache)
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FarmSupport - Assessing the Potential of Farmer Mobile Information Services for Agricultural Decision Support
FarmSupport aims at developing a proof-of-concept application that will provide farmers in Ethiopia and Kenya with weather forecasts and soil moisture information. This information service is intended to help farmers in making agricultural decisions. Weather information is of value to farmers, but has suffered in the past due to problems with getting the information to the farmer.
The Austrian FEEP (Field-Emission-Electric-Propulsion) Technology for space application derived from the chargecontrol units developed for former space projects by ARC Seibersdorf research has been further developed since the Austrian FEEP Cooperation was founded. It has reached a technical status which promises to be very attractive forupcoming projects within the ESA Earth Observation- and Scientific Programme as well as the developing commercial market.
The goal of this research task is to demonstrate the long operating capabilities required for such missions that may exceed several thousands of hours as well as to build a cluster of several emitters that can still be operated by a single high voltage power supply. This cluster has to comply with increasing thrust demands by the satellites.
Improvement of wildfire detection by combining sentinel observations with plume backtrackings from a dispersion model
In the project FLEET a travel time information service based on vehicle-generated data (Floating Car Data) was developed and demonstrated for the Vienna region for the use in TrafficTelematics Systems.
The FLIXDATE project intends to develop a demonstration system for alpine ski sport traffic analysis, traffic routing and collision avoidance on ski slopes. Detection of dangerous zones and management of ski traffic based on floating ski data lead to increased safety and traffic performance on ski slopes.
The project covers a detailed investigation of fretting phenomena during launch. The main challenge is to simulate conditions expected during the launch of a satellite. One part (one material) is subjected to very high acceleration and frequency while a second moves "freely" on it. Furthermore, the project will cover a review of requirements for testing, design, set-up and verification.
The goal of this project was to identify the best adhesive to avoid disbonding between metal and fibre reinforced plastic.
Fundamentals of Ionic Liquid Lubrication in Space Environment
G2real - Galileo-based GMES Real-time Emergency Support Testbed, Real-time Exercise and Development of Services
The overall aim of G2real is to develop and test new preoperational GMES services in the field of emergency and disaster management and rescue operations by integrating software and hardware solutions developed by 11 partners in three countries (AUT, GER, ES) and by testing and utilising the possibilities of Galileo navigation.
GNSS Airport Interference Monitoring System
GNSS Airport Interference Monitoring System including Localization Capabilities
The GALIMET project is a satellite based system, which generates warnings transmitted by mobile phones to the users in case of severe weather.
The Generic ASIC Test Environment (GATE), that has been developed in the present project, is a tool for the time-saving and cost-effective verification and validation of ASICs and FPGAs for satellite on-board electronics.
The aim of the project GeGS-TTMS is the provision of a generic uplink interface supporting different base-band equipments.
The main objective of the project GEOID+ is the computation of an improved geoid model for the Austrian territory, as acombined solution from terrestrial gravity field data and satellite-related data from the dedicated gravity field missions GRACE and GOCE, which shall stabilize the solution in the long to medium wavelength domain.
A new Austrian geoid model has been computed as a combined solution of local terrestrial gravity field observations (gravity anomalies, deflections of the vertical, "direct" geoid observations obtained by a difference between geometric heights derived from GPS observations, and orthometric heights derived from spirit levelling), and global gravity field information based on data of the satellite gravity mission GRACE.
Based on the successful work performed in the project GOCEDAPC, the main objective of GFPF is the implementation and integration of a fully operable software system for the processingof an optimum Earth’s gravity field model based on the data of ESA’s satellite gravity mission GOCE (Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer), combining orbit observations derived from GPS satellite-to-satellite tracking and the analysis of the GOCE gravity gradiometer data.