THE COMPANY SIRS is a specialist in the production of geographic data from satellite or aerial images
SIRS will be present in Marrakech for the COP 22
SIRS has attended the GEOFORAFRI conference on "Earth observation for forests and lands sustainable management in Central and West Africa". This international conference was held from 26 to 28 January 2016 in Abidjan (Ivory Coast). SIRS has presented his current harmonization work on forest maps over Cameroon and CAR (REDDAF/OSFT).
From 2009 until 2011, SIRS has processed the Urban Atlas, a land cover for more than 300 of the largest cities in Europe.
Since 2013, SIRS has been upadting the Urban Atlas and processing a land cover for other cities. In the end, 705 LUZ will benefit land cover.
Since 2012 SIRS, in partnership with GAF, has been processing 2 500 000 km², in order to extract imperviousness and forest. Both are references layers to GEOLAND 2 program.
GIO Emergency Management Service
When a natural disaster affects civilians, or in order to monitor the phenomenon, SIRS produces, in short time, maps for crisis. SIRS professional teams are on duty 24/24 & 7/7, on shifts with its partners.
It's the first operational service of Copernicus
The REDD Programme (Reducing Emission from Deforestation and Degradation) aims at limiting the greenhouse gases emissions related to deforestation and forest degradation, which account for 25% of the total world emissions. Within the REDD+ framework countries are invited to define and implement a national strategy that lies, among other aspects, on the definition of a national process to follow, notify and verify their national forest data. SIRS is working within the REDD+ framework.
This programme focuses on the study of the microbiotic layers in desertification-prone areas in Sahel, and their behaviour when facing global climate changes and man-induced pressure.
This programme focuses on the vulnerability or farmers climate changes threatening water resources, in the South of India.
In Malawi, in the Mulanje Park, this project aims at developing remote sensing-based tools for the control and the management of environmental services related to agro-forestry, with respect to carbon stock activities.
This project aims at localising areas which are sensitive to the risk of malaria, through the modelling of the ecological cycles of the vector mosquito. The project focuses on the potential blooming areas near Dakar, Senegal.