Space Solutions for


  Friday, 3 June 2016        09:00 - 13:00        Room: Mississippi

  • energy3


09:00 Introduction to the session
09:15 Earth Observation Copernicus
Robert Kleiburg
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
09:30 Focus on Copernicus
Chair: Bernard Pinty, Scientific Officer, DG GROW, Copernicus Services, European Commission
How can EOs assist the energy sector?
Alberto Troccoli
Managing Director, World Energy & Meteorology Council, UK
ENDORSE (Energy Downstream Services): providing energy components to Copernicus. Achievements and lessons learnt.
Lucien Wald
Docteur in Physics and Ocean Dynamics - Professeur at MINES ParisTech, Ecole des MINES ParisTech
A new satellite enabled service to support the maintenance of offshore platforms and windparks
Gerard Hesselmans
Director, Remote Sensing Expert, HERMESS bv
PIMSys - Integrity Management from Space
Jan Ridder
Managing Director, Orbital Eye, The Netherlands
Satellite-derived irradiance data for applications in low voltage grids with large PV shares
Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
A satellite based plant monitoring system
Jos Maccabiani
Director Professional Services, Skygeo, The Netherlands
Earth Observation winds for the Energy sector
Ad Stoffelen
Koninklijk Nederland Meteorologisch Instituut (KNMI)
11:15 Coffee Break
11:45 Focus on GNSS
Chair: Daniel Lopour, Market Development Officer, European GNSS Agency (GSA)
Management through Galileo and EGNOS
Alain Pagani
Deputy Director at Department Augmented Vision, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
EASY PV (EGNSS high Accuracy SYstem improving PhotoVoltaic plants maintenance)
Marco Nisi
System Engineer, Sistematica S.p.A., Italy
GNSS-based Timing for Power Grids and other Critical Infrastructures
Marco Lisi
GNSS Services Engineering Manager, European Space Agency, ESTEC, The Netherlands
12:30 Discussion & Conclusions
R. Kleiburg, H. Wensink, D. Lopour, M. Lisi, B. Pinty

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