SeaCras provides two main types of products: 1) expert reports, and 2) water quality monitoring service. Both of them are based on extracting information from the analysis of the satellite data imagery. Currently, we provide information about the following water quality parameters: the concentration of chlorophyll a, the concentration of organic matter, and the concentration of sediments. All these parameters are in direct correlation with the water quality, while the concentration of sediments and chlorophyll are also obliged to monitor by regulatory agencies. Monitoring service provides the customer with the near real-time mapped concentrations of water quality parameters and an alert notification system which can be incorporated with their ERP system. Expert reports provide detail analysis over a designated time period and can be used for various purposes, from process optimisation, R&D to the PR activities.
The problem we are solving
The strength of our company is in the intrinsic physico-chemical knowledge our team possesses, thus distinguishing ourselves from purely data-providing companies. Our main goal is to help customers in extracting the most relevant information from the satellite imagery instead of just being their provider. We focus on the insight customer can obtain by using our service related to its own process and business dependencies on the water quality.
Sustainable impact on Blue Economy
SeaCras provides water quality insights to the end-users by means of short-term export reports and long-term monitoring service, and as such it has an indirect positive impact on the sustainability to the Blue economy. Based on our ready-to-use products, companies in the marine sector should adjust their processes, and R&D focus for better sustainable management and add to food security and nutrition goals. In the tourism sector, end-users can emphasize their sustainable tourism using our PR-ready products. Since measuring our positive impact depends on our end-users, defining specific and measurable way is not straightforward but we could propose the number of clients to be a measurable indicator.