Pipeline and energy corridors may be affected by deliberate or accidental interference from third parties, such as excavation, construction, and agricultural activities.
To mitigate potential impacts on corridor assets, surveillance is conducted using a variety of methods such as human observations via ground and aerial surveys. However, this can be done more efficiently, more reliable and more sustainable through satellite-based monitoring.
Using satellite data, insights in the condition of vegetation, growth of vegetation, health of the vegetation and clearance of vegetation can be acquired. Satellite-based monitoring of vegetation can substitute or complement traditional aerial and ground survey approaches.
Whether you want to assess the condition of vegetation, receive information about Third Party Interferences, or want to check the ground subsidence in the energy grid corridor, multiple services are offered within CAMEO.
Together with the service provider, specific needs and challenges can be discussed and the service provider will inform you how the monitoring service can be set up.
Damages to gas pipelines, caused by human interferences or by geological factors, can have disastrous outcomes. Satellite-based monitoring services can help in preventing these damages.
Leakages of oil pipelines can have a huge environmental impact. It is therefore important that oil pipeline operators are well-aware of activities taking place around their grid. Satellite-based monitoring of threats to oil pipelines can contribute to prevention of damage to oil pipelines.
Power outages of a results of damage to the electricity grid can hinder both producers and consumers of electricity; they can be prevented by using satellite-based monitoring services