Today, utility and infrastructure companies are expected to track and assess new types of data
Changing perceptions of the role that utility and infrastructure companies should play in society have created new challenges for the industry. It’s expected that asset owners and operators include biodiversity preservation and development on their management agenda, as part of sustainable development goals.
These sectors are exposed to environmental regulations and the consequent need for increased investment to monitor and reduce their operations’ effect on the local ecosystem.
However, monitoring biodiversity is challenging for the industry as it requires practical solutions to observe at scale and regularly while remaining environmentally friendly, which is impossible to perform with conventional monitoring methods.
Reduce asset faults, maximise ROI
Spottitt MF ® for biodiversity monitoring supports utility and infrastructure owners and operators with satellite and other geospatial insights to protect and enhance species diversity in the area of companies operations.
Monitor and preserve biodiversity around your whole network cost and time effectively.
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Spottitt is excited to announce its involvement in the delivery of one of only 18 projects selected to receive just under 400k GBP Alpha Phase SIF (Strategic Innovation Fund) funding. The funding is awarded by Ofgem and Innovate UK and aims to find and fund ambitious, innovative projects with the potential to accelerate the transition to net zero. These projects aim to help shape the future of the gas and electricity networks across the UK and beyond.
Spottitt is happy to announce two winners of free Proof of Concepts (PoC). With the Spottitt MF beta program, Spottitt gave the chance to two utility network operators to get a free high-resolution analysis of 100 km of assets.
Is it possible to inspect and protect critical infrastructure from the sky with the help of satellites? Let’s discuss this and see what are the use cases and benefits of infrastructure sector monitoring by using satellites.