Climate Conditions Monitoring

Mitigate the effects of environmental conditions and extreme weather on your assets’ operational integrity and health

Identify the level of your assets' exposure to extreme weather conditions and climate change

Make well-informed operational decisions to reduce the vulnerability of assets at greater risk

Optimize your assets’ restoration action plan after an extreme weather event has happened

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Protect Assets Health and Performance
by Making Them Less Vulnerable to Risks

With the increased number and severity of extreme weather events caused by climate change, infrastructure owners and operators face pressing challenges in ensuring network reliability and uninterrupted service to customers.

Extreme heat and cold, heavy rains, and windstorms can drastically damage or completely destroy equipment, cause power outages and wildfires, and other safety risks to power grids, utility pipelines, and infrastructure assets.

Renewable energy systems, such as solar and wind farms, can also be impacted by extreme weather events, affecting assets performance and output efficiency. Monitoring and understanding the changing climate and environmental conditions is essential to mitigate these risks and ensure optimal performance.

Ageing infrastructure adds to the challenge, making it a priority for maintenance managers.

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Utility operators need regular and accurate insights into the environmental conditions their assets are exposed to in a particular area to build effective risk management strategies.

Satellite environmental monitoring is trending upwards to maintain critical infrastructure assets’ safety and reliability. Weather and climate satellite-powered monitoring systems provide accurate and timely information on various environmental variables, such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, and more.

This data can help operators make informed decisions about infrastructure design, maintenance, and emergency response, improving the resiliency and reliability of critical infrastructure.

Spottitt MF is a climate conditions monitoring system that leverages satellite data and advanced machine learning technologies to help operators prepare for and respond to weather-related hazards effectively. 

Reduce Asset Faults, Maximise ROI

Backed by satellite analytics and AI technology, Spottitt MFⓇ for Climate Conditions Monitoring provides comprehensive data to mitigate the impact of severe weather events on assets safety

Included Variables

Get up-to-date insight on climate and weather-related conditions in the area of your interest in near real-time and up to the past ten years.

Download the brochure to learn more about Spottitt MFⓇ for Climate Conditions Monitoring

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See it in Action

In honour of COP 27, held in Sharm El Sheikh in November 2022, Spottitt analysed how climate change affects the electricity transmission lines of Egypt, the UK and Alaska.

The analyses are open to the public!

Powered by Spottitt MF

Spottitt MF allows asset managers to get accurate geospatial analytics to track all possible risks on every meter of their assets, at scale, without breaking the budget

100% digital

Satellite-based analyses to avoid any hardware installation or flight permits

10.000 km in 48 hours

We automated the full process of getting satellite data and transforming them into actionable insights

Fueling your risk model

View, filter and integrate our metrics the way you need, without replacing your current management systems

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