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DLR Maritime Safety and Security Lab

The DLR Maritime Safety and Security Lab in Bremen develops algorithms that extract information on the condition of the oceans derived from radar images collected by a variety of satellites while Neustrelitz develops the framework to process the data fully automated. This makes available final ocean products to users in near-real-time.

Dr. Sven Jacobsen

Head of Laboratory

Dr. Stefan Wiehle

Project Coordinator
WP1 SAR image classification
WP3 Fusioned image classification SAR/optical

Dr. Suman Singha

WP1 SAR image classification
WP3 Fusioned image classification SAR/optical
WP5 Validation

Dr. Anja Frost

WP1 SAR image classification
WP3 Fusioned image classification SAR/optical
WP5 Validation

Egbert Schwarz

WP4 Operationalization

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König und Partner

Dr. Thomas König

WP2 Optical Image Classification
WP5 Validation

Dr. Christine König

WP2 Optical Image Classification
WP5 Validation

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O.A.Sys

O.A.Sys - Ocean Atmosphere Systems is a scientific and consulting company working with a wide range of numerical and analytical tools in the field of Earth System Modeling. Michael Karcher, Frank Kauker and Reiner Schnur are the partner and senior scientists in the O.A.Sys team. Each one has more than twenty five years of experience in numerical modelling and analysis of parts of the climate system system gained as researchers in renowned scientific institutions like the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, and the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven.

Dr. Michael Karcher

WP5 Validation
WP6 Model-Based Product Evaluation

Dr. Frank Kauker

WP5 Validation
WP6 Model-Based Product Evaluation

Dr. Reiner Schnurr

WP5 Validation
WP6 Model-Based Product Evaluation

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The Inversion Lab

Dr. Thomas Kaminski

WP6 Model-Based Product Evaluation

Michael Voßbeck

WP6 Model-Based Product Evaluation

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Drift+Noise Polar Services

Drift+Noise Polar Services is a spin-off from the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, was founded by a team of professionals with more than 15 years of experience operating in the polar regions, geophysical exploration of sea ice, and software development, and receives support from the ESA business incubation centre Northern Germany. The core team consists of researchers at heart but also innovative software developers who know first-hand what it takes to navigate remote, ice-laden polar regions.

Dr. Lasse Rabenstein

WP7 User Interaction

Dr. Paul Cochrane

WP8 User client

Bernhard Schmitz

WP8 User client