Below are the tools developed and delivered by the SCO projects.
Monitoring tropical deforestation
The Tropisco platform provides a near-real-time view of tropical deforestation from 2018 to the present day. Its maps of forest cover loss are updated every 6 to 12 days using radar images from the Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellite.
Aiming for global coverage, Tropisco currently monitors the forests of 7 countries (French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, Gabon, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia), which were used to develop the tool.
🟢 Free access
Hydrometeorological monitoring and forecasting
Operational in French Guiana since June 2023, the SAGUI platform offers a hydrological forecasting service based on space altimetry data to monitor river conditions in real time and help with navigability.
In this interface, the fruit of the OpHySE project, the results are displayed on a global map with a coloured representation of the state of the rivers (flows and flow anomalies - i.e. deviations from normal), and several navigation tabs provide differentiated views of the hydro-meteorological indicators flow, rain and air quality.
🟢 Free access
Climate and environmental monitoring for early health warnings
As many diseases are strongly linked to their environment, monitoring environmental and climatic dynamics can help predict their dynamics in space and time.
ClimHealth, an online early warning system, is a generic interface that can be adapted to any location, making it possible to visualize possible links between temporal and spatial epidemiological dynamics and those of rainfall, temperature or environmental indicators (such as water, vegetation or humidity indicators).