Urban Brilliance exhibition in Helsingborg
Tallinn is one of the six most innovative cities in Europe, which will showcase its solutions for sustainable development in the Urban Brilliance exhibition. We are honored to be among the 10 companies presenting their innovative solutions in the City of Tallinn pavilion, in Helsingborg from 30 May to 2 June. We will be explaining how cities can benefit from the use of satellite data.
We are participating at the Hannover Mess 2022
ITL Estonia and ITS Estonia members together with Mobinov - Cluster Automóvel Portugal are organizing a sizzling discussion on "Creating Future Transportation with the Smartest Digitalization" on 30.05 at 15.00 in Hannover Messe Hall 4, Estonian Pavilion (stand G54).
The European Space Agency (ESA) Living Planet Symposium
Datel Space Team is participating at the European Space Agency (ESA) Living Planet Symposium in Bonn next week. It is the world's largest specialist conference in the field of Earth observation. This year the focus will be on environmental and climate issues.
Observing Earth from space with the help of satellites is an essential building block for permanent, active environmental and climate monitoring and the measures to be derived from these for global and regional environmental and climate protection.
P.P. Eesti and AS Datel have recently started to cooperate in order to offer an engineering solution based on data from space
Decisions that take us further are knowledge-based, which means that the value of information cannot be underestimated. To date, the Estonian civil engineering sector has developed a hybrid solution linking satellite research with construction engineering knowledge. P.P. Eesti and AS Datel have recently started to cooperate in order to offer a novel engineering solution based on data from the European Space Agency’s Sentinel-1 satellite to the Estonian market.
According to Aimo Kõva, Business Development Manager at AS Datel, an engineer can go back in time to 2016 based on the data processing of the images collected by the Sentinel-1 SAR IW SLC, with data frequencies as high as one image every 12 days. “Collecting a similar amount of data, for example, geodetically, using drones, LIDAR or other similar applications is not rational from the viewpoints of time or cost efficiency,” Kõva explained.