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Environmental Engineers

Our high-resolution urban temperature data and predictive models are invaluable for environmental planning and safety. The tool's precise heat maps, in dynamic formats, effectively pinpoint heat-concentrated areas, aiding preemptive safety planning.

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Enterprise API Use Cases

Environmental Engineers

The inclusion of elevation data is particularly beneficial for environmental engineers. This precise, human-level data directly impacts ground-level operations, allowing engineers to generate quality, accurate analytics. FortyGuard models provide granular, near-surface temperature data sources, ensuring these analytics are based on accurate inputs. 

Environmental Engineers

This information is vital for correlating temperature data with safety measures, such as making cities cooler, preventing heat waves, guiding citizens to avoid high-risk locations or times for outdoor activities, aiding construction workers, and preventing the establishment of schools or hospitals in predicted high-risk heat zones. This comprehensive approach to environmental hazard identification and preemptive measures greatly enhances urban safety and planning.

Dashboard Use Cases - available April 2024

Environmental Engineers can utilize our dashboard to assess environmental impacts, develop climate resilience, enhance green spaces, and manage water resources efficiently. It offers tools for identifying areas for green infrastructure, assessing renewable energy potential, and pinpointing heat exposure risks, facilitating sustainable urban development and environmental protection.


Environmental Impact Visualization

Environmental Engineers can use the dashboard to conduct detailed environmental impact assessments, leveraging interactive maps and analytics to evaluate the effects of proposed projects or operations on local environments.


Climate Resilience & Adaptation Analytics

The dashboard aids in climate resilience planning by offering temperature trend and pattern analyses. Engineers can use these insights to develop strategies that enhance infrastructure resilience against climate extremes.


Urban Greening & Blue Space Enhancement

Through analytics on vegetation and water bodies, engineers can plan and advocate for the expansion of green and blue spaces, utilizing data to optimize their cooling effects and ecological benefits.


Water Resource Management

Visualize areas of temperature increase to prioritize water conservation and management strategies, especially in urban settings.


Green Infrastructure Placement

Use geographic and temperature data to determine optimal locations for green infrastructure, such as parks and green corridors, to maximize cooling effects.


Renewable Energy Potential Mapping

Identify regions where higher temperatures could indicate greater potential for solar energy projects, aiding in renewable energy planning.


Green Infrastructure Placement

Engineers can identify areas with high heat exposure risks, supporting targeted interventions to protect vulnerable populations.

Enterprise API Use Cases

Available in the US only starting July 2024, these API uses empower Environmental Engineers to leverage advanced temperature data in their work, enhancing their ability to design, implement, and report on projects and strategies that protect and improve the environment. By integrating these capabilities into their workflows, Environmental Engineers can contribute significantly to sustainable development and environmental conservation efforts.


Environmental Engineers can use the API to access temperature data to conduct comprehensive environmental impact assessments. This data helps in evaluating the potential effects of proposed projects or existing operations on the local environment, enabling engineers to suggest mitigations or enhancements.

Environmental Impact Assessments


Climate Resilience Planning

The API facilitates the analysis of temperature trends and patterns to assist in climate resilience planning. By integrating this data with their systems, Environmental Engineers can develop strategies to make infrastructures more resilient to climate change, including temperature extremes, thereby aiding in the design of solutions that mitigate adverse impacts.


Pollution Mitigation Strategies

Utilizing the API, engineers can correlate temperature data with pollution levels to identify areas of concern and periods of increased risk. This information is critical for designing and implementing pollution mitigation strategies, such as the optimal placement of green spaces or pollution control measures, to improve air quality and environmental health.


Sustainability Reporting and Compliance

Through the API, Environmental Engineers can generate detailed reports on environmental conditions and compliance with sustainability goals. This feature supports the creation of comprehensive sustainability reports for stakeholders, regulatory bodies, or certification processes, demonstrating adherence to environmental standards and commitments.

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