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Supplier of an earthquake forecasting system utilizing space radiation detectors and satellite data is looking for partners to implement the solution and support further research


Profile Type
Technology offer
POD Reference
Term of Validity
12 February 2024 - 11 February 2025
Company's Country
Type of partnership
Research and development cooperation agreement
Targeted Countries
All countries
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General information

Short Summary
A company from south Poland is a supplier of an earthquake forecasting system utilizing space radiation detectors and satellite data. The company is looking for partners interested in applying their solution and supporting them in further research.
Full Description
A company based in south Poland is a supplier of an AI earthquake forecasting system utilizing space radiation detectors and satellite data. It is a hardware-software solution encompassing several subprojects that uses deep learning technology and advanced data analysis algorithms.

The aim of their solution is to take earthquake detection systems to the next level. The search for earthquake precursors that could possibly warn authorities of important seismic activity and help decrease the number of casualties has been going on for several decades, and its results have divided the scientific community regarding its feasibility.

The offered system is an advanced and novel earthquake forecast and preparedness solution that resulted from a longstanding partnership with various scientific entities, including multiple universities and institutes. The key innovation in the form of dedicated cosmic ray detectors will give global coverage, while the proprietary software offers unparalleled data analysis capabilities.

The company already works with an international team and currently is drafting a patent application. They participated in one of the most extensive and long-term skill development and promotion programs in Poland, serving as a platform for projects, inspiring the growth of the Polish startup ecosystem, and were awarded, among others, in regional and international contest for startups and innovative SMEs.

Considering significant potential of the solution, they intend to fill a market niche in the EU and beyond. Partners interested in implementing the offered earthquake forecasting system and supporting further research are sought.
Advantages and Innovations
The system uses a unique strategy, combining time-series data from different physical measurements to identify variations that may indicate upcoming seismic activity through the utilization of a multimodal Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) architecture which models the dynamics features of multimodal on that time-series data. The utilization of space-related data encompasses space weather measurements obtained from ground-based detectors and observatories together with satellite-based data. For the success of forecast results, the company is deploying a dedicated, specialized ground detection system that ensures highly accurate space weather data for our deep machine learning models. Global detection system ensures widespread coverage and enables data acquisition from various locations worldwide.
Stage of Development
Already on the market
Sustainable Development Goals
Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Partner Sought

Expected Role of a Partner
Partners will be expected to support the implementation the solution and further research on the utilization of space-related data that could help in the identification of earthquake precursors.
Type and Size of Partner
Big companySME 11-49UniversityOtherR&D InstitutionSME <=10SME 50 - 249
Type of partnership
Research and development cooperation agreement

Call details

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Technology keywords
10002009 - Natural Disasters10002010 - Remote sensing technology
Market keywords
01005001 - Satellite services/carriers/operators
Targeted countries
All countries