Coastal Resilience
Rising sea levels are causing more frequent and severe coastal flooding. Comprehensive geo-data, including satellite observations and ocean monitoring, are crucial to understanding climate risks. Governments are developing coastal resilience strategies with global and local spatial digital twins to aid planning, monitoring, and action. Vulnerable communities in small island states benefit from remote sensing-based digital twins, helping understand hydrological processes and coastal risks. Predictive analysis and recurring geodata programs inform infrastructure design and development planning for climate resilience. User-friendly access to spatial digital twins, aided by AI analytics and efficient GIS tools, facilitates better data-driven decision-making. At Fugro, we help make sense of the changes and risks across our land, coastal, and marine environments. Together with you, we tailor a solution that meets the quality, sustainability, schedule, and cost requirements of your project.
Regions: European Union & Western Europe
Countries: The Netherlands
Cross-cutting issues: Scale, Observation, Data & Modelling, Digitalisation For Smart Cities
Topical areas: Urban Planning & Design, Sustainable Production And Consumption, Uncertainty
Related steps
Set Goals and Targets
Develop Action Plan
Monitor and Report

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