Archives February 2018


Using Satellite Data for Early Warning and Detection

Using Satellite Data in Early-Warning and Detection: EOMAP partner in newly EU funded HazRunOff project HazRunOff consortium, an EU funded project, will focus on civil and public health impacts in rivers, transitional waters and neighbourhood regions, and also on relevant acute environmental damages. HazRunOff’s main goal is to integrate sensing and modelling technologies for early …


Predictive Habitat Mapping: Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Supports Coral Reef Restoration Efforts

Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology Supports Coral Reef Restoration Efforts Dr. Chris Roelfsema at the University of Queensland, Australia, together with his team and EOMAP, is developing effective geomorphological and habitat mapping at a Great Barrier Reef-wide scale. The team has developed an advanced method for semi-automatically classifying coral geomorphic zonations and to some extent also habitats …


EOMAP wins UK Hydrographic Office contract for providing Satellite Derived Bathymetry for Tuvalu atolls

Satellite surveying tool helps to improve ship navigation   Seefeld, 22 February 2018 – EOMAP announced today that it has been awarded a contract for providing Satellite Derived Bathymetry for seven atolls of Tuvalu. The project was awarded through a competitive bid contract issued and overseen by the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO). “Satellite Derived Bathymetry …


Unfolding Revolution in Ocean Information and Communications Technology Takes Centre Stage at Oceanology International

Leading companies and specialists in the exciting field of Ocean IT, communications, satellite and data solutions to gather at London’s ExCel, 13 – 15 March 2018 London, 26 January 2018 – The unfolding revolution in marine and ocean information and communications technology (ICT), and satellite and data solutions has been presented with its most prominent …