SeaCras is developing a digital platform for satellite-based monitoring of the marine and aquatic ecosystems, focusing on highly challenging transparent and shallow coastal waters.
Our platform uses state-of-the-art AI analysis of satellite and on-site data to provide more accurate monitoring of eutrophication and physico-chemical status for coastal waters.
Our solution offers a sustainable water quality monitoring tool as it provides 6 times cheaper service per square kilometer and a 10-fold decrease in CO2 emissions when compared to exclusively on-site monitoring methods.
The problem we are solving
Current satellite-based solutions for monitoring the eutrophication of open waters cannot perform well enough for transparent and shallow coastal waters. We thus employ the efficient and strategic acquisition of satellite and on-situ data for complex coastal water locations to obtain a high-fidelity structured database that is used for training AI models.
Sustainable impact on Blue Economy
With our solution, regulatory agencies, as well as public and private research institutions, can monitor water quality over the entire water body, with no need for additional manpower, for a fraction of current costs, and with reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
Reporting in the form of a user interface provides an efficient and intuitive way of validating actions and policies targeting mitigation strategies on climate change that can be easily adjusted for public and commercial services.
For sustainable tourism, SeaCras transforms monitoring service into a tool for raising awareness of the target population about the water quality. With our attractive user interface, our customers can increase visibility and boost bookings and revenues by highlighting efforts for caring for the aquatic environment.
Our solution is invaluable in the blue economy. For example, in different segments of aquaculture because it is operable in seawater, brackish, as well as freshwaters.