Case Study – Retrospective pipeline risk assessment for Utilities Kingston

Utilities Kingston is a multi-utility provider of water, wastewater, gas, electrical, and broadband services to the residents of Kingston, Ontario. The utility wanted to explore if satellite data analytics could be used to provide accurate and actionable insights for proactive … Continue Reading

DEFRA uses satellite technology to monitor disease in key species throughout England

DEFRA (the Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs) has begun a nationwide project with geospatial data analytics company, Rezatec, to map the key species of ash and oak and monitor for diseases such as ash dieback. The project covering … Continue Reading

Trump administration muddies the waters for water utilities

Last week the Trump administration rolled-back another piece of Obama-era legislation.  Specifically, the 2015 Waters of the United States rule, further weakening the environmental regulations that the previous administration had sought to build up.  One immediate effect of this repeal … Continue Reading

Rezatec launches deployment to monitor water pollution around Lake Maumelle for Central Arkansas Water.

Central Arkansas Water, a metropolitan water utility system located in Pulaski County, Arkansas, USA has partnered with Rezatec, a world-leading data analytics company, to conduct a deployment to identify and monitor sources of contaminants entering one of its primary drinking … Continue Reading

Why Canadian forestry companies are one card short of a royal flush

It’s been a tough year for the Canadian forestry industry. A combination of factors has seen both the price and demand for lumber drop, leading to the closure of several mills and a significant drop in output. This can be … Continue Reading

Whaley Bridge: A dam expensive lack of monitoring?

By Martin Guthrie, Senior Partner Manager, Rezatec If the Whaley Bridge / Toddbrook reservoir incident earlier this month in the North of England has taught us anything, it’s that it’s not just the catastrophic failure of a dam or reservoir … Continue Reading

Why forestry leaders need to meet an army with an army (but get high first)

For many forestry leaders bark beetle can feel like an army marching across the forests of Northern Europe, causing devastation, and reducing timber prices and margins in its wake. Each successive year seems to threaten more damage than the one … Continue Reading

Satellite Data Analytics Saving Dairy Farmers Valuable Time with New Grass Management Service

Grass SAT, an innovative, new grass management service is launched today by Rezatec, the geospatial data analytics company, to provide dairy farmers with automated daily updates of grass cover per paddock, and other features, to optimise grazing management decisions throughout … Continue Reading

Satellites vs. Lidar for Forestry Management?

Traditionally, monitoring and managing large forests has been a very costly and labour-intensive activity; involving ground teams to walk and observe a representative sample of forest. In recent years however, two new forms of forest analysis have emerged: Lidar and … Continue Reading

SIAP joins Rezatec on UK Space Agency COMPASS project to improve crop yields for Mexican farmers through the provision of new data

Caption 1: A Mexican Sugarcane farmer in Cordoba, using Rezatec’s COMPASS mobile app. Caption 2: Rezatec, and other speakers, at the Global Agri Food Tech Forum in Puebla, Mexico, October 2018.   Harwell, Oxfordshire, UK, 10th January 2019 – SIAP, … Continue Reading