Urban Infrastructure Satellite Data

Rezatec enabling cities to become more resilient to environmental and social changes

Rezatec announced today the launch process for a new set of geospatial data analytics to improve the resilience of the world’s cities to changing environmental, economic and social pressures.
The Rezatec resilience service delivers data analytics via a web-based portal to infrastructure and urban asset managers providing mission critical insights to support highly-targeted improvements and mitigating actions against subsidence, flooding, climate change and human-related urban landscape changes.
There is an escalating global need for cities to become more resilient to fast-changing human and natural environmental pressures. In tandem, there is also a growing availability of satellite-derived earth observation data that allows the hyper-detailed mapping, monitoring and analysis of the natural landscapes and the built environment. … Continue Reading

Forest Data Analytics

Rezatec wins SSGP funding to further develop geospatial analytics to evaluate plant health in UK

Rezatec, leading geospatial data analysts, has recently been awarded Phase II funding for the development of geo-spatial big data analytics products that can identify and monitor plant health on a large scale. The funding from the Space for Smarter Government Programme (via the UK Space Agency), is the result of a competitive application process through Innovate UK’s Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI), following an initial feasibility project (Phase I) to ensure the commercial value of the products and services under development by Rezatec. … Continue Reading

Rezatec’s plant health SSGP project with Forest Health featured on Defra Digital blog

Rezatec’s project in collaboration with Forest Research under the UK Space Agency’s Space for Smarter Government Programme (SSGP) featured on the Defra Digital blog: Satellite data in Defra: collaboration, innovation and leading the way. The project aimed to respond to difficulties associated with obtaining accurate tree distribution by species, especially broadleaf species, and to address the lack of contemporary data of tree species distribution and abundance needed to predict the progression of forest pathogens. … Continue Reading