Managing Habitat and Connectivity Challenges

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The Business Challenge

Many habitats and species are under threat because of increased urban development and sprawl. This results in the generation of barriers which restrict the ability of species to move through the landscape in search of mates, food, shelter, and new homes, which are necessary for their survival. In order to ensure that development occurs sustainably with minimal impact on the species that share the landscape, companies require up-to-date information to help them assess surrounding habitats and the current barriers which may be restricting selected species.

Presenting this information spatially can help to identify opportunities and priorities to strengthen connections between habitats and proactively support conservation and restoration efforts in areas where development is taking place.

Find new habitats

Identify suitable gaps for habitat creation.

Habitat conservation

Prioritise opportunities for preservation, restoration and regrowth.

Improve connectivity

Identify anthropogenic and naturally formed linear features.

Understand habitats

Map the location of core and secondary habitats.

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Powerful Insight

Our unique geospatial intelligence for managing forest habitat and connectivity challenges is derived from the sophisticated analysis of earth observation data and imagery involving cutting-edge data science and machine learning.

You can access our insight through a subscription to our online geodata portal. Data layers can also be exported to your own GIS (Geographic Information System).

Our Forest Habitat & Connectivity Analysis Service

Rezatec provides a landscape intelligence data service to supply users with regular information on Habitat and Connectivity over the whole of their area. Through the analysis of high resolution optical satellite imagery, we can identify and classify different types of land cover, this can be used to provide up-to-date information on core habitats, and species movement effort.

This in turn allows users to quickly locate areas for conservation effort. These results can be integrated into existing GIS systems or delivered through our dedicated, cloud-based geospatial data intelligence portal.

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