Satellite Derived Bathymetry | Benthic Mapping | Water Quality | Elevation Models | Coastal and Terrestrial Environments | Water Surface
As the industry leader with over ten years of experience in this field, EOMAP is now a framework provider for the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) and the first and sole company whose Satellite-Derived Bathymetry was used for official British Admiralty charts.
EOMAP’s benthic habitat maps now serve as a baseline e.g. for all the shallow waters of Abu Dhabi, and are in daily use by the Environmental Agency of Abu Dhabi (EAD).
EOMAP’s processors provide daily data with global coverage for several key parameters like turbidity, total suspended matter, chlorophyll-a or harmful algae blooms. They can be used for establishing historical baselines, monitoring of dredging plumes, environmental impact assessments and environmental management applications.
By combining various data sources, including up-to-date information from satellite imagery, we offer the most recent and highest resolution bathymetric grid available worldwide, providing a seamless elevation model from coast to deep sea.
Up-to date information as well as historical data on surface and terrain height is derived from optical and synthetic aperture radar sensors, with grid resolution (pixel size) as fine as 0.5 m.
EOMAP’s reflectance products are intended to help local experts map changes in benthic communities. They have been used by the Mexican government for the Mayan Peninsula and by the University of Queensland for the Great Barrier Reef.
Land use maps are a frequently required data layer. As an EOMAP service, these maps benefit from our selection of the most appropriate sensors and can be combined with our other services such as elevation and bathymetry mapping, as well as change detection.
We help you to keep track
We can advise on the best strategies for using satellite imaging in this process, to help you to get the ‘full picture’ not only of the past and the present but continuing throughout the life of the project.
Gateway to EOMAP's remote sensing services
Online WebApp to generate Satellite-Derived Bathymetry (SDB) data with few mouse clicks. Based on cloud processing and latest technological breakthroughs. SDBonline provides 24/7 in-house SDB capabilities with a pay-per-use pricing concept. – Enjoy!
eoLytics Water Quality is a truly unique web application which allows you to generate frequent and detailed information on Water Quality parameters globally. This fully automatic, analytical workflow is installed on a cloud environment, very easy to use and based on EOMAP’s proven and established Modular Inversion and Processing System (MIP).
eoLytics ACOR is EOMAP’s web application to perform atmospheric correction on satellite data, including Sentinel-2 and Landsat imagery. It is a very effective tool for researchers and EO experts who want to perform their own analyses based on the best and most reliable surface reflectance data possible.
EOMAP’s eoLytics SWIFT (Shallow Water Image Finder Tool) automatically returns a ranking of satellite imagery regarding their feasibility for seafloor or bathymetric analyses. As such, it can be linked to your internal aquatic remote sensing workflows or assist during the satellite data selection process for any of our Satellite-Derived Bathymetry software and web application solutions.
All data in one place. EOMAP’s customized geospatial information portals are the perfect tool for our regular customers e.g. from industry. Data from multiple projects, including on-site survey datasets, are hosted within a single, protected portal, customized to your requirements, regularly updated with every new order and always at your disposal.
Easy to use web application to visualise and analyse spatial and multi-temporal information on water quality. No need to download and install software and perform analyses on desktop computers , simply make use of our eoApp®.
Be a remote sensing specialist yourself
The world’s first and only state-of-the-art Satellite-Derived Bathymetry 8desktop software which makes use of up-to-date SDB modules for the remote surveying of shallow waters. Designed for strategic and defence clients.
Data enhancement for a large variety of professional applications: The atmospheric correction over land and water, delivering globally normalized surface albedo and underwater surface reflectances. Based on our data pre-processing products, your own application will harvest to the maximum extent from various satellite- and airborne, multi- and hyperspectral sensors.
At the forefront of research and innovation
The technical goals of MarSat aim to create and integrate operational services and to allow the maritime industry to take advantage of the most up-to-date satellite information in their day-to-day work. This requires setting up an efficient IT infrastructure to share, integrate and implement satellite-derived data quickly and efficiently from various satellite sources.
SDB2030 is a national R&D project to take Satellite-Derived Bathymetry to the next level and upscale the technology to a global scale. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
HazRunoff aims to fill the knowledge and technology gaps around early warning and detection, follow-up, and early response to different or combined types of flooding and hazmat pollution in inland and transitional waters by providing a comprehensive framework combining in-situ sensing technologies, airborne and satellite remote sensing, high-resolution modelling, operational tools for situational awareness and crisis management and improved contingency planning.
Within the ECOMAP project, a consortium of companies as well as research and university partners from Baltic Sea neighbouring countries Germany, Denmark and Poland is investigating and developing concepts for very-high resolution mapping of seafloor habitats and shallow water bathymetry of the entire Baltic Sea.
HYPOS will support hydropower industries with an easy and cost-efficient access to data and assessment tools, which are required to improve their planning and monitoring tasks, but are not available otherwise.