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|
|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|
|Rezatec – Using Earth observation for efficient and effective peatland assessment||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Local Authorities and Devolved Administrations|
|Plymouth Marine Laboratory – Earth observation: Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) monitoring, ecosystem capacity, natural capital valuation||2016||Earth observation (EO) – optical and radar||Environment|
|Stevenson Astrosat – eXude – Urban Flood & Drainage Monitoring||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Natural Hazards|
|Telespazio VEGA – Development of operational national satellite imaging flood mapping capability||2016||Earth observation (EO)||Natural Hazards|
|ADAS and Airbus DS – Earth Observation to support Catchment Sensitive Farming||2015||Earth observation (EO) – optical and radar||Environment|
|Assimila Ltd. and Terreflexion Ltd. – Business Case Development for a Centre of Excellence for the Defra Network||2015||Earth observation (EO)||Environment|
|Environment Systems Ltd., Team projects Ltd. and sarmap SA – Developing an operational service, using SAR data, for routine monitoring of land management in the uplands||2015||Earth observation (EO) – optical and radar||Environment|
|Environment Systems Ltd – Use of EO for Greening the CAP and Compliance Checking||2015||Earth observation (EO)||Environment|