Ending deforestation by 2030: How realistic are the bold promises of COP26?

COP26: World leaders have been so bold as to promise an end to deforestation by 2030. That is a short 8 years from now - not a long time at all in the grand scheme of saving our planet. Considering an area of forest the size of 27 football pitches (that’s about 2 625 hectares) is lost every minute. Indeed, the loss of forests - the earth’s carbon sinks - are a huge contributing factor towards climate change and global warming.

5th Anniversary

It is that time of the year again! Yes, Swift Geospatial has turned five years old. However, this year seems different. I believe Swift Geospatial has officially fast-matured into a world class GIS and Remote Sensing company. Admittedly, the journey to get here has indeed had its ups and downs- but with these many invaluable wisdom-gaining lessons have been learnt along the way.

Swift Geospatial Partners With Ecosia For Pro-Active Tree Monitoring

We are proud to announce our plantation satellite monitoring partnership with Ecosia. As the world’s largest not-for-profit search engine, to date, Ecosia has planted more than 128 (and actively counting!) million trees across over 30 countries worldwide, all in the name of good-will. Headquartered in Berlin, Germany, this aspiring initiative recently identified a shortfall; in order to improve the integrity of their services, the on-going monitoring of their trees was required. 

Introducing Structure Suitability Solar Potential (MWh) Analysis

Our Beta Structure Suitability Solar Potential (MWh) online portal showcases the benefit of this data set in being able to identify which structures across the country are ideally suited for solar panels and hence solar power offerings. Solar companies looking to increase their solar panel footprint are then able to clearly earmark which structures to approach with their solar solutions.

TSF Monitoring

With a global move to tighten the current regulations around mine tailings monitoring and disaster prevention, mining houses are searching for methods to assist in a proactive monitoring solution which not only provide insight into the tailing dams but can greatly assist the general mine manager in a range of ongoing monitoring aspects.

World Wildlife Day 2021

3 March – World Wildlife Day - Celebrated in 2021 as the theme "Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet". This years theme is aimed at highlighting the crucial role forests, forest species and their ecosystems services in sustaining the livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people globally. The use of satellite-based remote sensing capabilities are ever expanding making it possible to monitor management practices occurring at any part of the Planet in a timely manner and assist in decision forestry decision making.

2021-11-02T08:58:03+00:00Conservation, Swift News|
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