Although there are options of traditional ground-based methods, Earth Observation EO techniques offer new perspectives on the world that would otherwise be unachievable. The need for advanced decision support tools is growing as water utilities continue to provide safe wastewater treatment and clean drinking water whilst also tackling global challenges and complying with increasing regulatory requirements. The Asset Risk Monitoring Services integrate historic and frequently updated satellite-based observations, derived from the interpretation of optical and radar data, into a sophisticated risk model considering the characteristics of the pipeline network including pipe material, depth, age and historic leak locations. Take a look at geospatial AI in action.
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Mrs X suffers with agoraphobia. Regular trips to Southampton for pre-hip operation appointments were causing her a great deal of anxiety. Having moved recently to the island, with no close friends or family locally, Mrs X was referred to our Living Well team, for support. Two of our Living Well Support Workers worked together to help Mrs X through this challenging period, through regular contact before the day of her appointments, pre-arranged pickups on the day, and travelling with her from her home to the hospital, and while at the hospital, helping her cope with the open spaces and shiny floors in the hospital building. They kept Mrs X distracted through the most challenging times, which reduced her anxiety, and reassured her throughout. After each appointment, our Support Workers praised Mrs X for what she had achieved, and took some time to reflect on what she had overcome, which increased her confidence should she need to travel on her own again in the future.
History of the Isle of Wight
The IOW AONB area covers approximately half of the island and comprises five distinct land parcels designated for their outstanding natural beauty and variety of high quality landscape types. It is recognised that the AONB has significant ecosystem services with the cultural ecosystem services being vital for the islands tourism industry. NE and Defra, via its work on catchment management planning, are also working with the AONB to refine the approach through statutory management plan review process.
We created the Digital Solent event to test community appetite for change. Today the Island has some of the most deprived areas in the country, with one of the oldest populations and below average educational attainment amongst its young, yet is still seen as a great place to grow up, for holidays and as a destination for digital companies seeking a great balance of work, lifestyle and affordability. The outputs from the event, plus a series of interviews with key stakeholders, were woven into a Digital Readiness report submitted in December, and Perform Green have also worked with the council and local business to seek additional investment from central government to help realise that vision DCMS 5G testbed and Local Full Fibre Networks. This is the long-term strategy that this British Isle is leading and which aims to involve all productive sectors, in order to become the driving force of the economic development of the territory.