Singapore-The fight against climate change could step in with the cooperation of two players to enhance applicable solutions in areas such as coastal water quality and greenhouse gas emission monitoring.
ST Engineering Geoinsight and the National University of Singapore (NUS) Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing Center (Crisp) are collaborating in the research, development and commercialization of advanced remote sensing technologies and geospatial image analysis solutions.
Remote sensing technology refers to capturing images of a specific area using sensors such as cameras mounted on satellites, and geospatial image analysis uses software such as artificial intelligence to collect images by cameras. Extract information from the image.
These solutions can be used in areas such as climate change, mega-infrastructure development, and agricultural growth tracking.
Today, for example, water quality monitoring in coastal waters is done manually or using ground sensors with potentially limited coverage.
Goh Ing Nam, General Manager of ST Engineering Geo-Insights, said: Developments that provide stronger business insights are increasing around the world. “
Under a memorandum of understanding signed Thursday (February 25), the collaboration will include Crisp’s expertise in AI and big data analytics and ST Engineering Geo-Insights’ strengths in commercializing these solutions to the global market. We will utilize each other’s strengths.
The parties will also work together to set up tools accessible to various stakeholders such as geospatial image data hubs, cloud-based servers with satellite imagery, and research institutes.
Kwoh Leong Keong, director of Crisp, said: “The research and use of satellite data for environmental monitoring of Crisp has been internationally recognized and acclaimed in areas such as forest fires, oil spills and natural disasters. This collaboration with STEngineering Geo-Insights Transition of our research to practical commercial solutions for Singapore, regional and international markets. “
NUS and ST Engineering will work together to advance satellite-based technology that can monitor sea levels and the like. TechNewsNews & Top Stories
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