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Why managing Earth’s water resources needs a flood of data.

How tiny satellites in space can see water beneath the ground.

Case Studies

How tiny satellites in space can see water beneath the ground.

Water covers 70% of our planet. Yet, climate change and increasing global demand threaten to make access to usable water more economically important than oil. Indeed, ‘water riots’ or ‘water wars’ may soon become a reality unless we carefully monitor our supply. And that is where Hiber and Blik Sensing comes in by making it possible to monitor groundwater levels anywhere on Earth from outer space.

Implementing Hiberband

How does it work?

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Placing modems

The modems are positioned strategically so that several farmers can benefit from the data.

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The data will be collected and sent to the satellite, that drops it off at the groundstation.

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Learn and improve

Once a day the farmer receives data that’s available in Mission Control via cloud services.

Interested in Hiberband?

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Interested in Hiberband?

Let us help you.