SSGP runs regular UK competitions to showcase the benefits that satellite applications can bring to the UK Government. Competition winners from industry and academia usually run a year-long project.
The competitions demonstrate SSGP's brief to:
Click on the links to find out more about our SSGP projects.
|Name||Year||Technology Utilised||Thematic Area|
|Rezatec – Space Applications for Precision Plant Health Information, Response & Evaluation (SAPPHIRE) (Phase 2)||2016-2017. Project due to finish in March 2017.||Earth observation (EO), Satellite Navigation||Environment, Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations|
|SterlingGEO – 100 to 1||2015||Earth observation (EO)||Environment, Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations, Natural Hazards|
|DEOS Consultancy Ltd – New Concept Always Connected Medical Screening Vehicles||2016||Satellite Communications||Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations|
|University of Leicester – Air Quality Hotspot Mapper (AQHSM)||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Environment, Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations, Natural Hazards|
|Satellite Oceanographic Consultants Ltd – Sea Level SpaceWatch||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations, Natural Hazards|
|Remote Sensing Applications Consultants and AIRBUS DS – Sentinel-1 in Support of CAP Compliance Checks||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Environment|
|Ambiental – Improving national flood resilience through early warning using intelligent satellite SAR and hydrological modelling||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Natural Hazards|
|ADAS – Using EO to improve Natural Resource Management Pesticide Risk||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations|
|University of Lincoln – Location-aware emergency evacuation support for coastal flooding||2016||Satellite Navigation||Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations, Natural Hazards|
|Pixalytics – Optical and Microwave Extension for Floodwater mapping (OMEF)||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Natural Hazards|