Climate change requires railway operators to make their networks more resilient and mitigate risks from weather events. If the network is impacted by heavy storms, it is imperative to react swiftly and restore service as quickly as possible. At InnoTrans, LiveEO will showcase its product that identifies storm damage locations in near-real-time, based on satellite data and AI.
This summer has been a wake-up call for many who had taken climate change lightly. An unprecedented heatwave swept over Europe and, in fact, the whole world. 42°C in London convinced many who, if not neglected, did not spend much time and energy on climate activism. The heatwave came almost exactly one year after the most drastic floods central Europe has ever witnessed.
Trees falling on to the tracks or overhead lines during storms are dangerous and costly for railway operators as they cause service interruptions. At InnoTrans 2022, LiveEO will premiere its product for near-real-time damage detection for railway companies at Booth 440 in Hall 7.1A.
The software uses sophisticated change-detection algorithms and imagery from satellites equipped with synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) to detect objects on the tracks following storms automatically. SAR satellites penetrate clouds and rapidly deliver high-resolution data, even in bad weather conditions.
Railway-News magazine Issue 3, August 2021: LiveEO GmbH - Better from Above: How Satellites Revolutionize Track Maintenance.
Nick Ferguson has joined LiveEO, leader in space-derived analytics for physical infrastructure networks, as Vice President Infrastructure.
LiveEO’s satellite-based, data-driven vegetation management solution offers the opportunity to create a more resilient rail network.
The award-winning UVM Podcast, sponsored by LiveEO, focuses on preventing contact between trees and electrical lines.
LiveEO will be showcasing their newest product at InnoTrans 2022. An automated rapid response solution for storm damage based on radar satellite data.
LiveEO has secured €19M in funding in what is one of the largest investments to date in Earth Observation in Europe.
When it comes to Vegetation Management, LiveEO’s core product, is satellite analysis a greener alternative than helicopter inspection?
Leading provider of satellite-based analytics, LiveEO, opens its doors for more interested players to join its partner ecosystem.
LiveEO is now a certified Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).
Join LiveEO as they demonstrate their new Ground Deformation Monitoring Solution for railways, for the first time to a public audience.
LiveEO presents an automated solution for Satellite-Based Ground Deformation Monitoring that provides operators with actionable risk assessments.
LiveEO's satellite-based vegetation monitoring solution will serve the entire medium-voltage network of the E.on subsidiary.
Among 80 applicants, LiveEO has been chosen by the jury to receive the prestigious Supplier Innovation Award 2021, issued by Deutsche Bahn.
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