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Resource Management

Resource Management

The FAO estimates that a high level of water scarcity currently affects 3.2 billion people, and one-sixth of the world's population lives in agricultural areas severely affected by water constraints. In addition, 170 million hectares, or more than 60% of irrigated cropland, are under high water stress. Food security and water security are inseparable in the fight against world hunger.

Water resources are becoming increasingly scarce and with the increase in the number of human beings, only water management and sustainable agriculture will make it possible to feed the planet.

Water Management

  • Real-time estimation of natural water levels
  • Smart water distribution
  • Water quality monitoring

Food security

  • Territory-wide crop monitoring
  • Anticipation and impact assessment of extreme weather events
  • Climate change impact anticipation and mitigation