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Sandpit Events - Using Satellites Services for Offshore Renewable Energy

Simon Cheeseman, Sector Lead, Wave & Tidal Energy at the ORE Catapult would like to invite you to "Sandpit Events" to develop project feasibility studies to be submitted to the ESA Integrated Applications Promotion funding mechanism.  
 
There are four concepts, given below, which shall be investigated in separate sessions over two days.  
 
Monday 19 Sep: Portsmouth University, Eldon 1.04:
          08:00 to 10:00:     Fusing Datasets for O&M Smart Intervention Planning                 Register
          11:00 to 13:00:     Giving the ORE Sector the Data it Needs                                          Register

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Tuesday 20 Sep: Portsmouth University, Eldon 1.01:
          08:00 to 10:00:     Site Sniffing: A More Cost-effective & Robust Approach               Register
          13: 00 to 15:00:    Sonar Bells for the Location of Equipment on the Seabed            Register

 

The sessions will be facilitated by SCCoE, ORE Catapult, Satellite Applications Catapult and ESA IAP Ambassadors.

 

Location and Further Information.
Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth - map   Note: this will be the start of the new academic term, so parking will be limited. Parking vouchers are available in advance for you to park in any of the University car parks (the nearest of which is  Eldon car park).  For further information about the event, and for parking permits, please contact simon.cheeseman@ore.catapult.org.uk.  

 

 
ESA Integrated Applications Promotion Programme

If you think that the programme could provide funding support for your company/organisation to develop off-shore energy services, please have a look at the following link ​which also describes my role as ESA IAP Ambassador for Offshore Energy.  I am happy to discuss any questions you have.

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