Monitoring cyanobacteria blooms in
earth’s waters using satellite remote sensing
Cyanobacteria blooms occur without warning and are a major health and operational risk. Water samples are costly and time consuming to collect and slow turn around times mean the problem is gone before you even know about it.
CyanoLakes provides you with critical information updated daily when you need it. Start saving time and resources and keep people safe from toxic water.
CyanoLakes is the first service that can distinguish harmful cyanobacteria from algae. In offering relevant information in near real-time to subscribers worldwide via the cloud, it is a great example of how to take research to commercial services.
Finnish Ministry of Transport & Communications
Monitoring on a national scale is very expensive, logistically challenging and labour intensive. CyanoLakes’ service will allow monitoring of waterbodies not in the current network… and optimise our monitoring activities, leading to a significantly improved ability to manage and mitigate the harmful effects of potentially toxic cyanobacteria blooms
Programme Manager, National Eutrophication Monitoring Programme
Department of Water and Sanitation, Republic of South Africa
Our open-source algorithm has been independently validated by researchers and tested globally