Unlocking UK Industries with EO and Geospatial Data

Every day, satellites circle the globe, capturing a wealth of EO and Geospatial data. Tracsis Geo Intelligence, a UK leader in transforming this data into actionable geospatial insights, empowers businesses and government agencies to make a positive impact.



Fuelling Informed Decisions in the UK

EO data provides a unique perspective, revealing environmental changes and trends invisible to the naked eye.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence analyses satellite imagery and other geospatial datasets to create a comprehensive picture. These insights empower organisations to optimise operations, manage resources efficiently, and mitigate environmental risks.

This translates to significant economic benefits, with increased productivity, cost savings, and a competitive edge.


The UK’s EO & Geospatial Powerhouse

The UK boasts a dynamic EO and geospatial data sector, recognised globally for its cutting-edge advancements.

According to a recent study by the Space Industry Leadership Forum, the UK’s EO industry is expected to reach a value of £4.2 billion by 2030.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence is at the forefront of this growth, leveraging its expertise to unlock the potential of EO and geospatial data for clients across various sectors in the UK.



Transforming UK Industries with EO and Geospatial Data

The UK’s EO and geospatial data sector is thriving, and Tracsis Geo Intelligence is at the forefront, leveraging this expertise to deliver impactful solutions across diverse industries.

Here’s a glimpse into how EO and geospatial data are transforming key sectors in the UK:

  • Agriculture

EO data empowers farmers to make data-driven decisions, potentially increasing crop yields by up to 30% while optimising water usage by 20%.  This translates to significant economic benefits and fosters sustainable farming practices.

For instance, Tracsis Geo Intelligence’s solutions can help identify optimal planting times, track crop health throughout the growing season, and detect soil deficiencies, allowing for targeted fertiliser application, reducing waste and environmental impact.

  • Infrastructure

From planning and construction to monitoring and maintenance, EO and geospatial data provide valuable insights for infrastructure projects. A study by McKinsey & Company estimates that EO data can generate up to $300 billion annually in the global infrastructure sector by 2035.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence utilises EO data to identify potential risks during the planning stages, such as geological instability or hidden utilities, reducing project delays and cost overruns.

Additionally, EO data can be used to monitor infrastructure health throughout its lifecycle, enabling preventative maintenance and ensuring the safety and longevity of critical infrastructure assets.

  • Environmental Management

Monitoring environmental changes, such as deforestation and coastal erosion, is crucial for a sustainable future. EO data provides real-time insights that enable proactive environmental management and policy development.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence’s solutions can be used to track deforestation patterns, monitor coastal erosion rates, and identify areas of environmental concern.

This data empowers policymakers to develop targeted conservation strategies and mitigate the impact of climate change.

  • Emergency Response

Rapid response is essential during natural disasters. EO data helps emergency services assess damage, coordinate rescue efforts, and plan for recovery.

During floods, for example, EO data can be used to map the extent of flooding, identify isolated communities, and prioritise rescue efforts.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence’s solutions provide emergency services with near real-time insights, enabling them to react quickly and effectively in critical situations, potentially saving lives and minimising property damage.

  • Renewable Energy

The UK is a leader in renewable energy development. EO and geospatial data play a vital role in identifying optimal locations for wind farms and solar panels, maximising energy generation and contributing to a greener future.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence utilises EO data to analyse factors like wind speed, solar radiation, and land cover, pinpointing ideal locations for renewable energy projects.

This not only optimises energy production but also minimises environmental impact by avoiding sensitive ecological areas.



The future of EO and geospatial data in the UK is brimming with potential. The UK Space Agency’s £200 million investment in the EO sector by 2025 will fuel further innovation and development.

This growth is expected to propel the UK’s EO industry to a value of £4.2 billion by 2030, according to the Space Industry Leadership Forum.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence is positioned to be a key player in this exciting future, continuously developing cutting-edge solutions that harness the power of EO and geospatial data to empower a sustainable and prosperous UK.

Unlocking a Sustainable and Prosperous Future for the UK

EO and geospatial data offer powerful tools for building a more sustainable and prosperous future for the UK. By leveraging these resources effectively, we can optimise resource management, mitigate environmental impacts, and drive economic growth.

Tracsis Geo Intelligence is committed to working alongside businesses and government agencies to unlock the full potential of EO and geospatial data, ensuring a brighter future for generations to come.

Ready to explore the possibilities of EO and geospatial data for your organisation?

Contact Tracsis Geo Intelligence today and discover how we can help you achieve your goals.