- MARSAT Workshop, 21 Sept 2017 - register now
- Antarctic Cruises - Smarter Sailing with Satellite Data
- MARSAT presented at transport logistic in Munich
- Northern Sea Route’s Traffic Volume Set to Triple by 2020
- MARSAT awarded by the German Space Agency
- Satellite data for sustainable development in Africa - MARSAT at international conference in Bremen
Maritime services based on EO data
The MARSAT project wants to operationalise and standardise EO products and aims to develop them into evaluated services. This especially includes the aspects of detecting ice and water depth or quickly available environmental and positioning information.
These features require analysis methods across different sensor techniques, an excellent access to the satellite data infrastructure and proven know-how when it comes to innovation.
The MARSAT service network
The overarching organisational objective is creating a national brand for the MARSAT service network in the context of relevant national initiatives like National Masterplan Maritime Technologies and the forming Copernicus Center Germany, in order to strengthen international visibility and export.
The network aims to be competitive and promote market-driven innovations and services. Therefore it will evolve into an open business network from the second project half on.
The partnets in the MARSAT consortium
MARSAT is covered by a competent consortium of EO information service providers, established service prodiers, research facilities of the maritime industry and satellite data providers.
Together, the MARSAT consortium has long-standing, proven expertise in market- and customer-driven innovation and business development and is optimally placed for achieving the above-listed goals.
MARSAT supports the development of information services based on earth observation (EO) for the maritime economy. MARSAT realises the chances of innovational developements in the maritime economy by current and future satellite missions and their data evaluation.
We adress maritime applications, for which the sampling rates and information services of satellite supported sensor can accomplish an added economical value.