• Alison Hall

Using Earth Observation and Geospatial data to plan, monitor and measure water resources

Today around 4,500 children die from water related diseases every day and millions of people don't have access to clean water. Water is essential for agriculture and food security and every year drought drives millions of people of people from their homes.


Using data from satellites imaging the globe from space, we monitor water availability and drought across fragile regions.


This short video shows you how we do this and how we can help you achieve your water resource management goals.



We use geospatial analysis and earth observation in many other thematic areas and will be creating more videos to demonstrate this. If you have a particular challenge that we might be able to help you solve, we would love to hear from you and maybe create a video about it.


You can find out more about our work here.