The need to monitor atmospheric chemistry took place for the first time when there was a serious loss stratospheric ozone found in Polar Regions. At the same time, it was observed that levels increased ultraviolet radiation. Ultraviolet radiation is known to be dangerous to humans and animals, and has a detrimental effect on agriculture, forests and the ocean food chain. In addition, its overheating planet - apart from the effect of atmospheric chemistry - also enhances the depletion of ozone by stratosphere. Combined, these phenomena have enormous effects on the whole planet and monitoring plays an important role for climate change.
Aratos Technologies has created the ADC an integrated Natural Disaster Management System. The system is designed for crisis management situations and is used as an ideal tool for planning, disaster tracking and post-crisis assessment.
The system can detect in near real time the evolution and the past of natural disasters (fires, earthquakes, landslides, etc.) for the area of the user’s interest and presents the data in an interactive 24x7 GIS map environment.
The ADC consists of an amalgam of different technologies combined in an integrated architecture such as satellite images and data and GPS signals (Global Satellite Navigation System) and delivers to the user elaborate and meaningful information and alerts via sms, and email.
We continue to innovate with space technologies since 2005.