MyGalileoApp Selected Teams Phase 1

30 teams selected

3PGo

Mapping, GIS and Agriculture

The 3PGo will embed Spaceopal's Precise Point Positioning engine on the smartphones, capable of calculating a high accuracy position by using the raw data of the smartphone’s integrated GNSS receiver combined with the correction data stream received from the NAVCAST server. 3PGo will allow users to record highly accurate 3D positions to measure outdoor distances and absolute/relative height with decimetre accuracy. These highly accurate measurements can either be used directly or exported in kml format and further processed.

Team coordinator: Sebastian Fedeli

AgroSpace

Mapping, GIS and Agriculture

After registering on our app, a farmer will be able to identify his fields through the coordinates provided by Galileo. The farmer can decide whether to define the type of cultivation in progress. The app, by comparing the latest normalised difference vegetation index (NDVI) maps, will provide an alarm to the farmer (by push notification) when a worsening of the NDVI index will be detected in his fields. In addition, the farmer will be able to register different cultivation operations (irrigation, fertilisation, phytosanitary treatments) in order to verify the correlation with the health of the crop (in term of the NDVI index trend).

Team coordinator: Kim del Rio Permingeat

ARGEO

Augmented reality and games

ARGEO is a mobile app based on geolocation, augmented reality and blockchain which allows users to discover and catch content, such as prizes, coupons and shopping cards geolocated around the streets of a city or in specific places by companies as part of their marketing activities. It can: connect digital and traditional channels through; change marketing from an aggressive push approach to a pull approach based on gamification; increase customer engagement; reach and attract the millennial and generation X targets; and develop a real win-win brand experience.

Team coordinator: Francesco Pio Fiorito

arstory

Augmented reality and games

arstory is an augmented reality platform based on concepts of routes, information enrichment of locations and manifesting your memories throughout the world. arstory aims to transform the digital world into a meaningful, natural part of everyday life. The Internet should no longer exist as a separate space which needs to be consulted as an isolated thing and always requires input to deliver output. The four building blocks of arstory will be route guidance, the creation of own routes, the placement of virtual objects (3D objects, videos or images) in the real space and different possibilities to share these routes and objects (e.g. with friends or the public, temporarily or permanently).

Team coordinator: Erwin Völkening

COMPASS Mapping

GIS and Agriculture

COMPASS is a Computation Onboard Module for Positioning ASSistance. The role of the app will be to access the raw measurements of the GNSS and INS sensors, record them and compute a position with them. To that we add the possibility for our app to take pictures at regular intervals, logging them with a specific time and a precise position obtained from our sensors. This will allow both real-time rendering of the terrain, but also post-processing by users if they wish to apply a different computation model.

Team coordinator: Antoine Grenier

Delate

Geo-marketing and Advertising

Every day, millions of commuters suffer constant delays during their journeys by train, accumulating a considerable amount of lost minutes. This type of travel (relatively short and with a relatively low cost) is the most common but the least protected in terms of quality of service and refunds. Depending on the regulation in force in the various European countries, below a certain threshold, trains are not considered late, even if a few minutes can cause the loss of a connection with the next train/bus or in any case an inconvenience to the user. For the single commuter, the annual sum of this time translates into thousands of minutes lost. Delate turns commuters' minutes of delay into points that they can spend on physical and digital purchases.

Team coordinator: Sofie Di Bartolomeo

DroneSAR

Drones

The DroneSAR app will facilitate the introduction of a crowdsourcing capability for search and rescue (SAR) by enabling end-users to appraise the drone data retrieved. These “virtual search managers” will be able to track the drone flight path, view live/archived drone video/images retrieved from the search area and interact with these images by using a variety of interactive tools to highlight regions of interest (ROI’s), tag a comment and relay findings back to incident commanders. This capability will help inform the SAR coordinators and responding team members so that full situation awareness is achieved leading to a more effective and efficient response.

Team coordinator: Oisin McGrath

GALILEONAUT

Smart navigation and infotainment

GALILEONAUT is a mobile application that helps sailors to find their way inside a port or a marina. The solution provides a link between the harbour master's office of a port or marina and sailors. It allows the harbour master's office to assign a docking place to a boat entering the harbour, and the sailor to be guided to that place without requiring any assistance from the harbour master’s office. As soon as a request for an available docking place is sent by a sailor, the harbour master’s office can select an available place. GALILEONAUT will be interfaced with the harbour master’s office in order to have access to the available places.

Team coordinator: Arnaud Ginestet

Geppetto

The Location Based Experiences Builder, Geo-marketing and Advertising

Geppetto is facilitating the way brands and individual content creators build and deliver location based experiences to their audiences. The aim is to let everyone build beautiful, scalable mobile experiences with minimum costs and in a fraction of the usual time. The process will be intuitive for anybody and extendable by simply uploading custom resources, enabling plugins like weather and integrating their own APIs. It will consist of a mobile app version for Builders (brands or independents that have a product or a community) that will enable them to construct their own location-powered mobile experience. There will also be a version for Explorers, the people that will try the campaign created by a Builder and will go through the story/ experience defined by them.

Team coordinator: Gabriel Rotaru

Helpmet

Enterprise Applications

With the vision to transform construction sites in safer workplaces with improved productivity, HELPMET proposes a Galileo-aided fully-integrated Internet of Things (IoT) solution that exploits Galileo accuracy, IoT networks and machine learning (ML) strategies combined with gamification approaches to improve the work schedule and increase productivity. As most workplace injuries are caused by things easily avoided, such as slips, trips, and falls, HELPMET is going to design, develop and test the appropriate wearable gear that will prevent accidents by making workers mindful of the surrounding environment.

Team coordinator: Alexandros-Apostolos A. Boulogeorgos

Hey Jimmy!

Geo-marketing and Advertising

The idea of Hey Jimmy! is to have a virtual friend, who helps the user with their lives. The application is an assistant, but it will be different from current assistants. It will be more empathic, closer to the user, proactive and reactive. The application will also include integration with the main multimedia services, so it will allow the user to play their favourite songs, to cast multimedia content to different devices and integrate with calendars and agendas. The idea is to help the user with their daily tasks in a friendly way. Gamification is another important part of the application. It will include little games and the user will earn rewards for doing certain things, like sharing the app with friends, entering the app several times each day, etc

Team coordinator: Víctor Manuel Palma Morales

ISOS

Mapping, GIS and Agriculture

The ISOS app is designed to be used in “extreme circumstances.” If someone is being attacked, the victim can use a code word which will trigger the app to take certain actions. Notifications will be sent to a pre-selected person or people (family, close friends) from the address book, providing location info, pictures, videos and sound. With this info, the person who receives the notifications can evaluate the threat and react instantly, informing the police or taking other necessary actions.

Team coordinator: Luis Miguel Sánchez

Kietz

Enterprise Applications

Kietz is a social project mapping platform where users can report, validate, and solve community issues with a gamified point system to incentivise participation. When the user sees an ‘Incident’, they can quickly open the app and select the Report icon. When they snap the picture, Kietz also records time data and location, using Galileo. The user is then prompted for an optional text description and a mandatory category, such as Trashy Streets, Storm Damage, Bad Roads, and Abandoned Junk. New incidents will appear on the map as a yellow flag. If they have the Validator alert turned on, users within 500 meters of the incident will also receive a notification.

Team coordinator: Kathrin Henze

LetMeAut

Fitness, sport and mHealth

LetMeAut leverages Galileo high accuracy to make everyday tasks easier for people with autism. The app aims at supporting both the subject and the family by giving proper instructions for outdoor daily-life movements. Already available applications are not integrated with signals, such as the localisation; this integration would let the family feel safer. The app will be divided into two UIs: one designed for the family and the other one for the autistic person.

Team coordinator: Cristina Gava

Lycie

Smart navigation and infotainment

Lycie is a mobile application that notifies drivers whenever a dangerous situation is detected, by monitoring both the driver and the road. Potential Lycie users are all drivers exposed to road traffic risks: employees or individuals in a car, bus, train or even on a motorbike. Lycie seamlessly integrates into the way people drive. The typical use case is when you get in your vehicle: mount your smartphone on the dashboard and drive as usual. Most of the time it’ll remain silent but as soon as a dangerous situation is detected, an audio and visual alert will occur.

 

Team coordinator: Jean Galinowski

Mob(ility)

Smart navigation and infotainment

This app aims to help different communities of pedestrians living in urban areas that need to have real-time accurate information of their environment to improve everyday mobility according to their specific needs. The app provides two basic functionalities. First, the app will display the best route between two different points of the city depending on user’s preferences such as the degree of obstacles or the steepness of the street. Second, the app promotes a peer review network of information in which the community agrees its quality and helps to update it. The user can evaluate the journey once it is completed and report extra information to the platform, which will help to improve the base map and the experience of future users.

Team coordinator: Mar Santamaria Varas

Mylights

Smart navigation and infotainment

Designed primarily for in-vehicle use, the application displays the remaining time of a red or green signal at or on approaching a traffic light controlled junction. Additional functionality provides optimal speed recommendation (within the applicable speed limit) for the driver to arrive at the junction just in time for a green signal. This multiple-level functionality allows for a freemium-type pricing structure.

Team coordinator: Prajczer Tamás

PanPan - possible assistance needed

Fitness, sport and mHealth

The App is intended to serve as backup safety solution for when you are doing any kind of activity that might be dangerous and leave you in need of assistance. The App will come into action when you are not able to send a distress signal yourself. The user will activate the App before starting their activity. The App will update this data with location information in a configurable time interval. Once the user has reached their destination or aborts their activity the App will notify the server and the collected data is erased.

Team coordinator: Andreas Voit

Ready Park

Smart navigation and infotainment

The ReadyPark app makes it possible to exchange parking spots in real-time (users leaving a spot are paired with users looking for one. You can also gain reputation tokens that can be spent in the app to gain parking priority over other drivers, and in a later phase be used to access deals provided by sponsors and B2B clients. Hence, ReadyPark is a market-creating innovation because it gives life to a new local marketplace, connecting drivers with local businesses. Moreover, it can boost the turnover of retailers located in areas with bad parking conditions.

Team coordinator: Panagiotis Gergos

REASSIGN

Enterprise Applications

REASSIGN aims at aiding field technicians in interventions by providing real-time, geolocation-based instructions and warnings as well as a two-way, hands-free communication with control centre experts that can guide them through operations in hardworking industries, construction, manufacturing, servicing and maintenance. The application is intended for use with ClarK AR glasses, which is the project’s proprietary technology, and gives field technicians real-time assistance and support from the operations control centre and the embedded sensors of the AR glasses. Communication with the control centre is done by sending live stream data from the AR glasses and their respective location data.

Team coordinator: Vlad Macelaru

RoadEO

Mapping, GIS and Agriculture

Road authorities spend billions of Euros every year to maintain our roads and these costs are expected to rise dramatically due to climate change and heavier traffic. This means new solutions are needed which move away from the current scheduled maintenance systems towards a predictive model that saves time and money. RoadEO makes use of a smartphone’s accelerometer, gyroscope, microphone, camera and of course GNSS module to record its environment while driving in a car, truck, bike or other mode of transport, and combines this with Earth observation data. These insights are used for predictive analytics and to advise road authorities when and where the next road segment needs to be maintained.

Team coordinator: Alexander Gunkel

Sawcer

GIS and Agriculture, Geo marketing and advertising, Social networking

Sawcer is a mobile application and website that makes products in local shops and markets as easily searchable and discoverable as they are in online shops. Sawcer solves the pain point for customers wanting/needing to buy something when they don’t know where to get it. Local is the easiest, most convenient and often most cost-effective method, but it’s also currently the most difficult to know what is available and where. With Sawcer, the customer can search for a specific product and see a list of nearby shops that stock that product, as well as other key information such as what brands are stocked, photographs of the product, and so on.

Team coordinator: Eneida Alaiz

SpaceBee

Drones

SpaceBee comes as a full instructive and informative app to protect and help users in the most intuitive way to support them into taking the best drone flying decision, based on first hand flight intelligence, that is not necessarily written in the book of the manufacturer, but can appear in certain unpredictable situations. SpaceBee is targeted first and foremost at people without any experience in aviation. The app will provide the necessary steps and a guide of instructions important for anyone to check and consult in pre-flight, in-flight and after-flight operations mode.

Team coordinator: Marian Ilie Raicu

STPR

Augmented reality and games

STPR is a Location Based Augmented Reality Game. A twist on traditional location-based games, its gameplay combines a virtual environment with game-related, physical experiences in the real world and vice versa. Players act in both worlds. This allows them to transform the physical space into the game world as a symbiosis of hybrid intuitive spaces. The essential element is the fluidity between physical and virtual stages of gameplay, hence the use of Augmented Reality. The game aims to provide high level educational and storytelling value to its users, who will embark on a journey, visiting places where they have never been and discovering historical secrets.

Team coordinator: Marcel Mierzejewski

Survive.Run

Augmented reality and games

Survive.Run is a turn-based strategy game where you play on a map with your original real location in augmented reality. You need to run physically to collect energy and artefacts. You deal with your inventory, explore the map and are able to build different facilities, such as workshops, laboratories, force shields, generators etc. This is how the game uniquely connects the game world with the real one.

Team coordinator: Maxim Bukovskiy

TerrainMapper

Mapping, GIS and Agriculture

This is an app for anyone who has two mobile phones and wants to map small and medium-sized terrains. It can be used to estimate areas, and get quite accurate relative coordinates for terrain description, together with good accuracy WGS84 coordinates. The app will set up a communication between two mobile phones that are placed in an area and, by using the raw measurements toolbox, it will make sure that both phones use the same set of satellites for position computation. If one mobile phone has access to dual frequency measurements, information will be sent to the other phone to get a better estimation of position and time.

Team coordinator: José Marçal

Tractor Navigator

Mapping, GIS and Agriculture

Tractor Navigator provides guidance for farmers driving tractors. It is a navigation app (like a car GPS) that enables users to visualise their current position and trajectory on an open field (no road). Using the app, farmers can also accurately follow a predefined trajectory with live feedback to correct deviations and record and load saved trajectories to pick up work from where they left off, thereby avoiding covering the same area twice.

Team coordinator: Thibault Durand

Trukatu

Social networking with Smart navigation and infotainment

Trukatu is a mobile C2C platform app that connects renters who want to rent and owners who want to rent-out items. Based on the sharing-economy, Trukatu users can rent and lend anything that they are not using frequently. Trukatu also provides insurance - renters and lenders don’t need to worry because insurance is already included when they list or rent their items inside Trukatu. By renting items, we are indirectly supporting the sustainability of our energy and our resources as fewer products have to be produced. In this app, renters can get their items in three steps: search, rent, and meet. The app includes filters based on the renter's criteria such as meeting place, price range, and lender’s review.

Team coordinator: Kacper Skawinski

uMaze

Augmented reality and games

uMaze creates mazes on specific outdoor areas and allows players to play in the produced mazes. To achieve this goal the application supports the maze creator and the players. The maze creator launches the uMaze app, and selects “creating a Maze”. The first step is to create the local cartography. This is done by the maze creator, which will specify the points needed to calculate the area needed for the maze. It is only now, thanks to the accuracy of Galileo, that it is possible to create and play small-scale virtual mazes utilising GNSS. The current GNSS accuracy makes it possible to create virtual paths in one’s backyard, opening a wide set of possibilities for new experiences for entertainment and learning.

Team coordinator: Mikko Vinni

Xylene

Mapping, GIS and Agriculture

Xylene is a tracking and tracking system for timber importers. It consists of a mobile app that enables stakeholders along the timber supply chain, with the help of a mobile app and IoT devices, to collect, manage and analyse data. The importers select suppliers which make use of the mobile app to collect information related to the purchased timber. Importers can monitor their purchase and plan their operations as well as make use of data reports also using a web management system.

Team coordinator: Giuseppe Benenati

Updated: Jun 06, 2019