Start a free 30-day trial
Includes an organisational account with up to five waterbodies of your choice and an online review of the results with one of our professionals
Pilot and validate
Includes a 6 month subscription for the waterbodies of your choice and a free product performance report comparing your data with those from satellite
Subscribe and integrate
Subscribe annually and integrate with your monitoring operations
Save time and money
Save hundreds of man hours and significantly enhance your responsiveness to operational risks
¹Customer to supply in situ data
²Add-ons sold separately (see below)
*Pricing differs regionally – US pricing shown. Subscriptions paid annually qualify for a 5% discount.
Our peer-reviewed research and development ensures you get the latest and best technology, tested independent by other researchers.
Our products are rigorously validated – our pilot includes a complimentary validation report.
With guides, training material and support we will be there to help you every step of the way.
Cyanobacteria blooms significantly increase operational risk by increasing water treatment costs and pose a serious human health threat. You can significantly reduce risk from cyanobacteria blooms in raw water sources with near real-time spatial information.
Monitoring remote and large water bodies is logistically challenging, time consuming and expensive. Lab samples take days or weeks to process, and it’s easy to miss events in large reservoirs sampled weekly or monthly. Real-time instruments deployed in lakes are easily lost or vandalised, and drones can be lost and pose a fire hazard.
CyanoLakes offers the first service based entirely on satellite remote sensing that significantly improves your knowledge or your raw water sources, enabling you to effectively respond to the risk posed by cyanobacteria blooms. No expensive instruments, no ground data required. Save costs and more effectively deploy your limited monitoring resources.
Here are three reasons why we think you should use CyanoLakes:
1. Reduce risks from cyanobacteria blooms in your waterbodies
2. Supplement your existing chlorophyll-a and other measurements in near real-time
3. Protect the public with recreational advisories