Earth Observation Indices™

Earth Observation Indices™

Earth Observation Indices™ are our metrics that represent real-word activity, such as, area burnt by wildfires, precipitation, carbon emissions, etc. They are critically important in data driven decision making in many different industries including finance, insurance and policy making.


Satellite data is difficult to access and process. Our indices distill it into simple metrics that represent complex phenomena such as drought, fire risk and crop health.


Our indicies are derived form authoritative data sources such as CMIP, NEX, ECMWF and C3S and undergo rigorous quality assurance process 


Our indices have global coverage, and represent metrics at various geographical scales such as country, state or county statistics.

“Satellites collect petabytes of data daily. Our indices make it meaningful”

Our Indices Portfolio

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While our competitors focus on either offering highly customized solutions to specific clients, or offering generic platforms where their clients have to write their own code, our indices are universally applicable and simple to use. In fact its the combination of the two that lends us our biggest competitive advantage.

Water Indices

Indices that track the availability of water. Applications include water resource management, flood risk assessment, drought management, etc.

Dry Days

Soil Moisture

Wet Days

Water Area


Mean Precipitation

Floodwater Extent

Dry Spell Length

Land Indices

Indices that track vegetation and other resources on land. Applications crop health, drought, land usage, forest mapping, etc.

Forest Extent

Land Usage

Area Under Cultivation

Urban Extent


Night Light

Glacial Extent

Snow Cover

Atmospheric Indices

Indices that track concentration of greenhouse gases and other pollutants in Earth's atmosphere. Applications include pollution monitoring, GHG emission mapping and policy decisions, etc.

Carbon Monoxide

Sulfur Dioxide

Nitrous Dioxide

Particulate Matter





Heat Indices

Indices that track heat related climate parameters. Applications include monitoring weather patterns, tracking extreme weather events, and monitoring wildfire severity, etc.

Cold Days

Cold Spells

Warm Days

Warm Spells

Wildfire Burn Area

Temperature Pattern

Summer Days

Ice Days