We present to municipalities remote monitoring services based on satellite data
April 12-13 we will participate in the Days of Cities and Towns, in the conference center of SOKOS Hotel Viru.
We present to municipalities remote monitoring services based on satellite data. The event is organized by the Association of Estonian Cities and Municipalities (AECM) .
Datel developed a new payment software for Eesti Pank
Another successful development project was completed by AS Datel software department - a new software MAAG (Payment Agent) for Eesti Pank | Bank of Estonia which replaced the existing software CAPI (Clients, Accounts and Payment Interface). The project was related to the launch of the Eurosystem's new real-time gross settlement system (RTGS) and central liquidity management tool on 20 March 2023.
This project was initiated by European Central Bank in December 2017 with the aim of harmonizing and integrating TARGET (euro payment system) services for the benefit of Europe’s financial markets and improving cost efficiency. The new system offers enhanced cyber resilience and optimizes the use of liquidity, as participants are able to steer, manage and monitor liquidity in central bank money across all TARGET services.
Space technology helps local governments save money
Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 23.03.2023
Satellite technology is revolutionising the way local governments manage infrastructure, and Estonian IT company Datel AS is at the forefront of this innovation.
Its early warning system, Sille.Space, uses data collected from satellites of the European Space Agency (ESA) to detect ground and infrastructure shifts and subsidences of up to 2-millimetre, providing accurate and timely information for decision-makers.
Tallinn city-planning office’s engineering department has successfully used Sille.Space to analyse its network of height benchmarks, identifying 13 out of 116 benchmarks that require re-leveling, and 6 unstable areas. This has enabled the Geodesy and Land Management Unit in Tallinn’s Urban Planning Department to make well-informed decisions about which parts of the height benchmarks need re-levelling, avoiding unnecessary and large-scale engineering tasks and saving hundreds of thousands of euros in costs.
This week we attend at a remote sensing workshop and working group meetings
This week, Tõnis Oja, AS Datel Space team InSAR specialist is gaining new knowledge at a remote sensing workshop on the geodetic applications of synthetic aperture radar in Espoo, Finland. The workshop is sponsored by the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), International Associations of Geodesy (IAG), and Seismology and Physics of Earth's Interior (IASPEI) within IUGG.
The week continues with Working group meetings of the Nordic Geodetic Commission (NKG), the Working Group of Geodynamics and Earth Observations (WGGEO), and the Working Group for Height and Geoid (WGHG).