Webonise Announces Launch of H2Observer, a Powerful New Digital Analysis Platform Centered Around Water
Raleigh, NC, March 30, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Webonise today announced the launch of H2Observer, a powerful digital analysis platform that combines aerial imagery, geospatial, weather, and water data applied to a set of hydrology and hydraulics algorithms. This new tool will provide insights into water-related solutions for the real world challenges to determine risks and collection opportunities.
Water makes up the majority of our planet. The team at Webonise is aware of the critical issues we face regarding water collection and storage in the world. It is our goal to address the entire spectrum of water concerns such as drought, flood zones, conservation, and regulation.
H2Observer is a powerful digital tool with an easy to use interface. It also includes the following advantages:
- Map and save your areas of interest and apply algorithms to them,
- Ability to browse and download current and historical satellite imagery,
- Apply algorithms based on hydraulics, hydrology, topography, land use/land cover (LULC), rain, and weather data,
- And a powerful analysis tool.
The potential uses for H2Observer are vast, ranging across industries including: insurance, municipalities, energy, and agriculture. H2Observer can also help in emergency response planning, construction zoning, risk analysis, excess water accumulation, drought and flood risk, and much more.
Webonise is a worldwide product development and services company focused on bringing cutting-edge digital applications to market. The company, based in Raleigh, has been in operation since 2009. Webonise also has offices in Manhattan as well as internationally in Pune and Mumbai, India, London, and Toronto.
To learn more about H2Observer, including how to request access, please visit http://h2observer.com.
For more information about Webonise, please visit http://webonise.com
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Source: Webonise in partnership with H2Observer