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The ASOT project focuses on the development of a range of thermal vacuum insulation materials for spacecraft and other high technology applications. By appropriate surface patterning the material properties can be tailored to fit the requirements of the intended use.
ASPOC aboard NASA's MMS Mission: Inflight ion Emitter Operation in Response to the Plasma Environment
Assimilation of Satellite surface TemperatuRe In weather moDels
The ASaG project is aimed at the implementation of a satellite-based service for spatially detailed monitoring of snow cover and glaciers over extended areas.
The project AT-X was concerned with the development of methods for the operational and scientific utilization of data from TerraSAR-X and other very high resolution spaceborne X- band SAR sensors. It addresses the applications snow and glacier monitoring for water management and climate monitoring and the retrieval of forest parameters.
Austrian Federated Activity with the EUMETSAT ROM SAF Consortium during the CDOP-3 First-half Period
Austrian Federated Activity with the EUMETSAT ROM SAF Consortium during the CDOP-3 Second-half Period
Advanced Telemetrie using Q/V band
Knowledge-based mapping of Sentinel-2/3 images for operational product generation and content-based image retrieval
Derivation of hiking/trekking maps (high mountains) from high resolution optical remote sensing data.
Stars and exoplanets from space: stellar magnetic activity and its influence on the habitability of exoplanets
Comprehensive and Rapid Information Provision for Efficient Disaster and Emergency Management
Concept for an Airborne Q- / V-Band SatCom Experiment
Earth Observation Data Centre (EODC)-Service for Continuous Monitoring of Alpine Forests by Means of Sentinel-2 / Landsat 8-Data
Austrian Data Cube: An EODC service for the Austrian EO user community
Early stress detection in Austrian ecosystems with sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence
BALANCE - Sustainable Management and Information System for National Park Visitors and National Park Operators
The BALANCE project follows a two-tier strategy: on the one hand an easy-to-use GPS/GALILEO suitable mobile guide is being developed, which offers location and time based information to the visitors of national parks or biosphere parks while at the same time tracking their routes. On the other hand, this tracking information is anonymously transferred to the analysis and prediction tool developed in BALANCE, which delivers easy to use information for the national parks about their visitors’ behaviour (e.g. favourite routes, stops, etc.).
Bark Beetle Early Detection and Forest Analysis Tools - Innovative Technologies for Copernicus Data
BII-NACO - Bio-inspired Ultra Lightweight Nanocomposite Materials for Application to Large and Gossamer Structures in Space
The main objective of BII-NACO was the development of lightweight bio-inspired nanocomposite materials with advanced nanostructural features and their evaluation for space applications. The aim was to test such "second generation nanocomposites" for their potential to achieve desired mechanical properties simultaneously (e.g. strength and elasticity) and to use nano-scale matrix modification to solve existing issues in composites for space applications, such as matrix-fibre delamination.