Aratos Technologies S.A., in cooperation with Rainbow Services-Unmanned Aircraft Systems, presents a new release of its product Aratos Pipeline Surveillance System.
Aratos Pipeline Surveillance System includes:
-image operation in different spectral bands (visible, infrared, thermal etc.)
-real-time monitoring of the pipeline system for damages, leakages, hot spots and human intervention
-GIS system for the visualization of the pipeline system (digital maps of the area of interest, depiction of the points where a damage has been detected, depiction of areas of high temperature, potential leakages etc.)
-Alerts via sms/e-mail
The new release of Aratos Pipeline Surveillance System uses:
-High-Resolution satellite data and processing of satellite images
-UAVs for real time monitoring of the pipeline system at close range
With the extra use of UAVs, Aratos Pipeline Surveillance System is a unique system for pipeline surveillance and promises great accuracy, immediate response and much better results.
Aratos Technologies S.A. is taking part on the Kick Off Meeting of the EC-founded FP7 – SAFECITY project. SAFECITY studies the specific requirements for Information & Communications Technology applications for Public Safety to be integrated upon the generic requirements of the Future Internet. The project was formally initiated on April 1rst and its expected duration is 24 months. The Kick-off meeting (3rd-4th May) is being held in Madrid, in the headquarters of ISDEFE, the project coordinator. ISDEFE (http://www.isdefe.es/eng/index.php) is a state owned company founded in September 1985, through an agreement by the Council of Ministers, with the objective of providing technical engineering support and consulting services for advanced technologies in the Defense and Civil sectors.
Aratos Technologies S.A. is one of the fifteen (15) participants working on the project, assessing the current limitations and technical changes being met in Public Safety ICT, the consolidation of those with the Core Platform of the Future Internet (including the other case scenarios), the development of Proof of Concept development for the SAFECITY project in two European cities (Madrid and Stockholm), and exploring the social, legal and ethical implications raised during research.
Aratos Technologies S.A. participated in a Workshop which took place in Tashkent of Uzbekistan for SEOCA’s project. The project aims at further fostering cooperative ties between the countries of Central Asia and Europe in developing and applying Earth Observation (EO) technologies for effective environmental monitoring.
The Workshop took place from 28th to 31st of March 2011.
Die Unternehmensgründer und das gesamte Team der Aratos Space GmbH verfügen über eine langjährige Erfahrung und das wissenschaftliche Know How, um auch komplexe Kundenprojekte effizient umzusetzen.
The Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2011 will be held in the famous “Residenz München”, Germany March 1-3, 2011. It has been established as the European and International conference with global impact featuring invited high-ranking worldwide speakers from industry, science and governments dealing with the directions of satellite navigation now and in the future.
The Unique Representative at Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2011 from Greece is Aratos Technologies S.A. You can visit the website here.
Aratos Technologies S.A. is going to participate in MEDEO Project Kick-off meeting. The kick-off meeting will take place in Berlin at 17th to 19th of February. MEDEO Project is going to develop Methods and Tools for dual access to the EO databases of the EU and Russia.
The FP7 Environment project “GEO Capacity Building Initiative in Central Asia” (SEOCA) organizes the project Federated Conference comprising the following events:
- International seminar of Central Asian Universities and other educational stakeholders: “New scientific and educational technologies in the field of Earth Observation”. The seminar will bring together University representatives from all 5 countries of Central Asia and their colleagues from the EU in order to discuss the modern curricular relevant to the topic. Also, the seminar will include the roundtable discussions “Modern technologies of EO information processing” and “Environment monitoring by using small satellites”. The project partners from Germany, Greece and Turkey will present the European curricula and technologies.
- Demonstration workshop “GEONETcast technologies for environment monitoring”. The representatives of Central Asian organizations interested in application of GEONETCast low-cost terminals for educational needs as well as for real-life applications in environment and natural disasters monitoring will be acquainted with the GEONETCast system capacities
- Training workshop “GEO: Global efforts and regional impact” aimed to provide training to National GEO offices in all 5 countries of Central Asia. As a result it is expected that the regional contribution to GEO, as well as engagement of regional stakeholders with GEO activities will be significantly strengthen.
The dates of the event: April 2011
The website of the SEOCA project has been updated recently. Aratos Technologies S.A. participates in SEOCA Project.
The proposed project aims at further fostering cooperative ties between the countries of Central Asia and Europe in developing and applying Earth Observation (EO) technologies for effective environmental monitoring.
You can visit the website here.
Aratos Technologies S.A. participated in SEOCA Project Meeting which took place in Ankara on 20 -22 October. There were presentations from Central Asian Countries and various aspects of the project were discussed.
Aratos Technologies S.A. has started the implementation of a new version of Aratos Disaster Control, the Integrated Disaster Management System,for the region of Europe.
The European Portal of Aratos Disaster Control will offer unique satellite images of all European Countries, data of detected fires, earthquakes, landslides, thunderstorms, floods etc and various other data (such as european road network, elevation data, land use/cover, rivers and lakes, vegetation management).
Aratos Disaster Control European Portal will be released to the public at 1st of November 2010.