Research projects

2013
AGROCLIMA - "Water resources management of coastal agricultural environments - Resilience of climate change impacts"

The AGROCLIMA research project investigates the consequences of climate change on coastal agricultural zones (e.g. river deltas), which form the most wealth-producing but vulnerable ecosystems.

Customer: General Secretariat of Research and Technology (GSRT), Greece

Partners: Technological Technical Institute of Larissa , Land Reclamation Institute , METRICA- S.A. Greece , National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
PIGWaves - “In-Line Service for Internal Inspection of Unpiggable Buried Oil Pipeleines Using Long Range Ultrasound Guided Waves in Fifty Metre Segments”

This project addresses the need to develop inspection tools for in-service NDT inspection of unpiggable pipelines while at the same time replacing existing methods of inspection for piggable pipes with (i) orders of magnitude less data storage time with consequent (ii) greater (robot) inspection speed and (iii) far quicker availability of the inspection results after robot recovery.

Customer: EUROPEAN COMMISION

2012
CASSANDRA - "A multivariate platform for assessing the impact of strategic decisions in electrical power systems"

 Project CASSANDRA aims to build a platform for the realistic modeling of the energy market stakeholders, also involving small-scale consumers. CASSANDRA will not provide another tool for visualization. Rather, it will provide users with the ability to test and benchmark working scenarios that can affect system operation and company/environmental policies at different levels of abstraction, starting from a basic level (single consumer) and shifting up to large consumer areas (i.e. a city).

eEnviPer - "A single multi-purpose SOA platform that delivers environmental permissions services through the cloud of e-Government services and applications"

 The eEnviPer project aims to test an existing single multi-purpose cloud platform based on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for providing software as a service in five different European countries. The project will demonstrate the benefits of SOA and cloud architecture by integrating complementary existing systems that support environment-related permit procedures and provide digital services for permitting authorities at different levels, enterprises, consulting services and civil society (either individual citizens or special interest groups such as NGOs).

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Geoinformatics Projects