Category Water Monitoring

15
Nov

Water Business Development Mission

EOMAP part of the German Water Business Delegation to Saudi Arabia Mission focused on Water and Wastewater management   Riyadh, 13 November 2017 EOMAP GmbH & Co. KG, world leader in optical remote sensing in the aquatic sector, was part of a five-day business delegation trip to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to meet water treatment and …

24
Oct

Understanding Earth Observation

“Monitoring the status of our freshwater lakes and rivers has never been more important. Regular observation is essential to determine their health, quickly identify trends and acknowledge signs of degradation particularly for areas in scarce supply.” The 1968 Earthrise photograph, a photograph of the Earth and parts of the Moon‘s surface taken by astronaut Bill …

27
Jun

ECOSAT – New Product for Full Inventories of Shallow Water Habitats

Building on the Power of the BioBase Cloud Mapping Platform, New Product Generates Full Inventories of Shallow Water Habitats C-MAP®, a leading supplier of digital navigation products to the maritime market, in partnership with a global leader in remote sensing services, EOMAP GmbH & Co KG, announced today the launch of EcoSat. A new semi-automated …

12
Jul

Monitoring coral bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef with Sentinel-2

The EOMAP aquatic remote sensing company, together with partners at the Remote Sensing Research Centre of Queensland University and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, are developing new methods to monitor and detect coral bleaching events using Europe’s Sentinel-2A satellite. The Great Barrier Reef is suffering dramatic levels of coral bleaching over large areas of the …

20
Jan

Value adding to Sentinel 2-A data

By beginning of december 2015, ESA opened the data access for its Sentinel 2-A mission. The satellite now is continously recording and data can be accessed via ESA’s Scientific Data Hub. EOMAP already showed first results of its Sentinel 2-A water quality processor earlier, based on an image from Lake Garda/Italy, one of the first available datasets …

3
Dec

EOMAP monitoring Rio Doce dam incident

EOMAP monitoring Rio Doce dam incident On November 5th 2015, two dams of an iron mining reservoir collapsed in Marina, federal state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Subsequently, a mudslide burst out into Rio Doce, killing at least a dozen people and causing severe damage to nearby villages. The toxic components of the mining wastewaters are likely to harm …

13
Oct

Featured Image: Blooming Baltic Sea

During summer months, algae blooms covering large areas of the Baltic Sea are a common phenomenon. High nutrition inflow from the adjacent land, a low exchange of fresh water with the open Atlantic Ocean and plenty of sunlight all together create perfect conditions for algal growth. 2015 was not an exception as a large bloom …

2
Sep

Daily satellite tracking of harmful algae blooms for the Great Lakes now online!

EOMAP launches free, daily monitoring program for harmful algae blooms Broomfield, Colorado Harmful algae blooms threaten drinking water, aquaculture industries and the public welfare. A significant bloom was recently forecasted for Lake Erie: NOAA predicts that this year’s blooms will be “among the most severe in recent years” and will peak in September. The bloom …

30
Jul

First Sentinel-2 water quality product

First Sentinel-2 water quality product Our first Sentinel-2 turbidity map of Lake Garda, recorded on 2015-07-04: The EOMAP standard water quality processor is ready for Sentinel-2!

3
Jun

EOMAP launches new worldwide eoApp® Service

Satellite based water quality monitoring for inland and coastal waters: EOMAP launches its new worldwide eoApp® service Seefeld/Germany Monitoring water quality for inland and coastal waters is a requirement for many government and private sector entities. This requirement includes identifying long-term trends and understanding emerging problems over large areas that contain numerous water bodies, all …

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