Technology Convergence Enabling Integrated Environmental Monitoring in Addressing Climate Change

Technology Convergence Enabling Integrated Environmental Monitoring in Addressing Climate Change

An Assessment of Convergence Possibilities to Monitor Climate Change

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30-Dec-2015
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Research Code: D6CB-01-00-00-00
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Climate change is a topic that is on everyone's lips, particularly after the conclusion of the recent climate talks in Paris. To address climate change, first there has to be climate monitoring. However, monitoring climate change is not an easy process given the area to cover. This requires powerful sensing and communication infrastructure and also require both to go hand in hand. Integrated environmental monitoring (IEM), in which monitoring environment parameters in real time, plays a very prominent role in assessing climate change.

Real time monitoring collects a huge amount of data and hence calls for powerful data storage and processing units. Consequently, to enable integrated environmental monitoring a number of technologies should come together. This study analyzes the different technologies that need to come together and converge to provide the required infrastructure. Technologies such as sensors, energy harvesting, Big Data, and Data Analytics will enable the development of accurate climate models.

The report aims at providing a wholesome idea about IEM, the technologies involved and the impact they will have on IEM and climate change.

Table of Contents

Research Scope

Research Process and Methodology

Key Findings

Key Findings (Continued)

Greenhouse Gases

Ocean Acidification and Global Warming

Climate Change

Environmental Monitoring

Integrated Environmental Monitoring

Sensors

Sensors (Continued)

Energy Harvesting

Energy Harvesting (Continued)

Energy Sources for Sensors

Energy Sources for Sensors (Continued)

Big Data

Big Data (Continued)

Data Analytics

Big Data as a Service (BDaaS)

Data Analytics and BDaaS

Satellite Imaging

Satellite Imaging (Continued)

Other Technologies

Need for Convergence

Convergence of Emerging Technology Trends in Integrated Environmental Monitoring

Technology Convergence Scenarios

Technology Convergence Scenarios (continued)

Technology Convergence Scenarios (continued)

Sensors: pCO2 Monitoring Systems-Battelle, USA

Sensors: Carbon Nanotube-based Sensors- UCR, USA

Energy Harvesting: Energy Processors for Sensors-CYMBET, USA

Energy Harvesting: Self Powered Camera- Columbia University, USA

Data Analytics: Ocean Acidification Product Suite- NOAA USA

Data Analytics: GSi Platform- GSi, UK

Data Analytics: Smart Ocean Systems- Ocean Networks, Canada

Cloud Computing: LOCUS SaaS Platform, USA

Cloud Computing: Aquarius Cloud–Aquatic Informatics, Canada

Drones: Methane Detection Drones- Draco Analytics, Australia

Drones: Portable Methane Monitors-CSU Ventures, USA

Wearable Electronics: Fabrics as Gas Analyzers, KU & ETRI, Republic of Korea

Wearable Electronics: Enviro-Tracker- TZOA Wearables, USA

Satellite Imaging: IBUKI GOSAT, Japan

Satellite Imaging: Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2- NASA, USA

Others: E-Series Pollutant Analyzers- Environment SA, France

Others: Aclima Inc., USA

Key Factors Influencing Technology Convergence Adoption in IEM—Market Drivers Explained

Key Factors Influencing Technology Convergence Adoption in IEM—Market Challenges Explained

Evaluation of Emerging Technology Impact on Integrated Environmental Monitoring

Convergence Adoption Trends

Future Outlook

Strategic Insights

Key Patents

Key Patents (Continued)

Key Patents (continued)

Key Contacts

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Climate change is a topic that is on everyone's lips, particularly after the conclusion of the recent climate talks in Paris. To address climate change, first there has to be climate monitoring. However, monitoring climate change is not an easy process given the area to cover. This requires powerful sensing and communication infrastructure and also require both to go hand in hand. Integrated environmental monitoring (IEM), in which monitoring environment parameters in real time, plays a very prominent role in assessing climate change. Real time monitoring collects a huge amount of data and hence calls for powerful data storage and processing units. Consequently, to enable integrated environmental monitoring a number of technologies should come together. This study analyzes the different technologies that need to come together and converge to provide the required infrastructure. Technologies such as sensors, energy harvesting, Big Data, and Data Analytics will enable the development of accurate climate models. The report aims at providing a wholesome idea about IEM, the technologies involved and the impact they will have on IEM and climate change.
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Author Guhan Sriram R V
Industries Environment
WIP Number D6CB-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Integrated Environmental Monitoring
Keyword 2 Emerging Technology Trends in Integrated Environmental Monitoring
Keyword 3 Impact on Integrated Environmental Monitoring
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