Spatial Services


Real-time monitoring of air, soil and water

Sensor network for monitoring air, soil and water

Current geodata, which provide an overview of the state and changes in air, soil and water, are becoming increasingly important in the face of increasing extreme events. In day-to-day project work, a great deal of the time and resources are spent solely on the search, acquisition and acquisition of data. About 60 to 80% of the project resources are currently needed on average. The more important data analysis for the project success comes too short. The automated data analysis Smart Sensors combines these steps, saving time and money.

The automated geosynthesis Smart Sensors brings together all the information you need to make your decision and provides the spatial data in a standardized and near-real-time. The results from sensor data and indicators flow directly into the analysis and are processed further automatically. You need less time, money and resources and can concentrate on your core business. Smart Sensors also meet various European Union requirements (such as INSPIRE).

Automated monitoring saves time, money and resources

The observation of air, soil or water such as the automated water quality measurement via a network of sensors that provide OGC standardized data formats. These data are modeled and processed in real time. A continuous observation by means of clocked images is just as possible as direct control of the camera with real-time access.

Data loggers and telemetry in the field: The data is stored on a sensor board (memory card) or in the database of a field computer and is transmitted via energy self-sufficient systems. You can access the computer directly via a mobile connection.

Data interface: The data is processed in near real time using web services and is available online as standardized data formats. They are provided in form (statistics, diagrams or as 3D modeling) in the web browser.


Description of the sensor network follows.