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National projects

Members of consortium Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Slovenia, Harpha Sea, d.o.o. Koper
The navy of the Slovenian Armed Forces has on its disposal the latest tools and solutions for geospatial support. The main system represents ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and Information System) which incorporates digital nautical chart and navigational sensors of the Ankaran vessel. To improve the geospatial data of the Slovenian sea the project 3D-map of Seabed of the Slovenian Territorial Waters was carried out between 2006 and 2008. The result of the project is the software system with geospatial information of the Slovenian sea. The software enables interactive 3D visualization of all the data and it's integration with other sensors. The system, which was custom made and developed to meet the needs of end user, combines accurate sea data (bathymetry, sub-bottom profiles, sunken objects, navigational markings) with coastal land data (DTM and DOF). Users find the system to be very useful in providing geospatial aid in numerous tasks that the 430th Naval Detachment of the Slovenian Armed Forces carries out from the naval operations centre or from operational vessels. The upgraded system also enables the integration with intruder detection sonar and thus forms a complete system for inspection and defence control of the aquatorium and for search and rescue missions at sea. (abstract written by dr. Sašo Poglajen and porf. Bogomir Tomažič)

Seabed of Slovenian Territorial Waters

Project APSIS TIA 2007
Members of consortium Harpha Sea, d.o.o. Koper, ACORN d.o.o., Ljubljana, AMES d.o.o., Ljubljana, Institute of Physical Biology d.o.o., XENYA d.o.o., University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Primorska, Primorski inštitut za naravoslovne in tehnične vede
The aim of project was to develop floating platform for executing various measurements and surveys. APSIS is an automatic boat qualified for autonomous operations in shallow waters. It is a floating platform with complex measuring equipment of great precision, which moves on water surface powered by electric drive. It is easily portable and is in condition to carry out autonomously a number of measuring operations. After succesfull conclusion of the research project we implemented acquired knowledge in our own product and put it on the market.

Automatic boat/floating platform
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Ime projekta BIOCRYPT 2007
Members of consortium Institute of Physical Biology d.o.o. (coordinator), Alianta d.o.o., Ames d.o.o., Harpha Sea, d.o.o. Koper, Omega d.o.o., Optotek d.o.o., University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Medicine faculty, Veterinary faculty, Biotechnic Faculty
Eleven participating companies and institutions developed quick methods and minimalised devices for detecting hidden pathogenic microorganisms, viruses and toxins.

Project SIPOD (2008) MORS
Members of consortium MORS, Harpha Sea, d.o.o. Koper
System for detecting persons, vehicles and objects underwater (SIPOD) identifies intrudors and alarms the military units in case of unauthorized entrance in areas of interest. It also provides detection of submarine objects or objects on the seafloor and underwater or coastal constructions surveillance.

Members of consortium Harpha Sea, d.o.o. Koper, ATech d.o.o.
Within the project we developed complete prototype of system for tracking and surveillance of public transport. System also enables the transmission of travel information through various communication channels (GSP/GPRS, radio waves, WiFi, WiMax, internet) and graphical displays. It provides better journey planning for public transport users and stronger control over vehicles as well as automatization of some processes to public transport providers. You can read more about the system here.

Members of consortium Harpha Sea, d.o.o. Koper, Acorn, AMES, Institute of Physical Biology d.o.o., Xenya, VISPORT, Univerity of Ljubljana - Faculty of electrical engineering, Faculty of civil engineering
The intention of project was to develop a system prototype for tracking and monitoring persons and vehicles in demanding environments, which among others include assortment of sensors and measurers, video modules, wind-field models, spreading of dangerous substances models etc. The system should meet the needs of wider circle of specialised users like fire-fighters, emergency services, special military forces and civil protection units. At the same time, we developed the support information and communication system for the Centrale to monitor forces on field.