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Funding programme and call:
Proyectos FEDER Interconecta 2018

Start Date:
01/09/2018

End Date:
31/12/2020

Duration:
28 months

Total budget:
1,128,898.00 €

Budget for PLOCAN:
35,000.00 €

Total funding:
536,531.00 €

Funding for PLOCAN:
35,000.00 €

Coordinator:
FCC Construcción S.A. (ES)

Partners:
FCC Construcción (ES) - Sensorlab (ES) -
WTelecom (ES) + Centros de
Investigación: CEIT (ES) - PLOCAN (ES)

Project website:
http://www.fccco.com/es/-/proyecto-
starports

Sistema inalámbrico distribuido de monitorización, prevención y actuación para la gestión costera

The main objective of the STARPORTS project is the development of an intelligent platform capable of providing in real time detailed and multiple information on the state of any coastal and maritime infrastructure, and as well capable of quantifying, automatically and intelligently, changes in time, such as pathologies or other anomalies. It also aims to develop advanced sensor networks that can be integrated within that infrastructure to obtain significant and reliable data on its status.
It should be noted that maritime infrastructures are subject to daily use and severe environmental conditions (waves, rain, humid environments, salinity and corrosion problems, among many others), which can vary significantly depending on the location and the environment. These affect the integrity of the structures and their lifespan. Given the importance of maritime infrastructures in our society (ports, dams, offshore platforms, wind turbines, etc.), where any problem can significantly affect the economy or safety of the locality, region or country, continuous inspection and maintenance of those infrastructures is necessary.
The problem is that the current monitoring and maintenance strategies and techniques to avoid problems and failures entail a great economic cost, as well as enormous efforts and resources, for installers and operators.
This is why STARPORTS 'innovative technology will mean a significant technological leap in the maritime market, which will not only mean a significant reduction in the monitoring, maintenance and conservation costs, but will also improve maintenance strategies through the early detection of future problems or failures.