Environment Systems is an environmental and agricultural data consultancy. We are trusted providers of evidence and insight to governments and industry across the world.

Our Projects

  • EO4cultivar


    Environment Systems is leading ‘EO4cultivar’ an international collaboration project with partners in the UK, Peru and Colombia. EO4cultivar will work with commercial and government stakeholders to deliver information within the growing season via a cloud-based processing and storage infrastructure.
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    DFMS - Uganda

    DFMS (Drought and Flood Mitigation Service) is focused on improving sustainability in the Karamoja region of Uganda. It aims to provide accurate flood and drought predictions to farmers so that they are able to use that information to adjust their farming and livestock activities.
  • Data Service portal

    Environment Systems Data Services

    Our new FREE and OPEN Data Services portal is now live. Here you can sign up and download Sentinel-1 Radar imagery of anywhere in Great Britain, for the four most recent seasons and there’s more...
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    Turkey’s LPIS

    Environment Systems has provided one of four ‘experts’ for the external quality control of a project to create a Land Parcel Identification System (LPIS) for Turkey.
  • SAfAS

    Spatial Analysis for Area Statements

    Environment Systems is carrying out specialist spatial analysis of natural resources and ecosystems, in terms of both ecological resilience and the ecosystem services received from them.
  • “Afon

    Ystradiffin Hydropower

    Environment Systems’ Ecology Services team has been helping Hydro Electric Development Ltd with the evaluation of a new hydropower development on the Afon Twyi river in Carmarthenshire.


  • 19-07-2017
    Sphere – Summer 2017 Published
    The latest edition of our Company newsletter, 'Sphere,' has been published and you can download it from here.
  • 05-04-2017
    Sphere Newsletter – Spring 2017 Published
    In the last issue of Sphere we reported our intention to deliver a data service based on Copernicus Sentinel data. Today you can try it for yourself and if you read on, you can find out more about our plans for the future. Elsewhere in this issue there’s news of new projects in South America, and Africa where Earth observation is very much to the fore. Back at home our Ecology Services Team has been busy with a planned hydropower project in Mid Wales.
  • 29-03-2017
    Environment Systems joins the Natural Capital Coalition and GODAN
    Environment Systems have recently joined two organisations as partners. The Natural Capital Coalition is a global multi-stakeholder collaboration that brings together leading global initiatives and organisations to harmonise approaches to natural capital. GODAN supports the proactive sharing of open data to make information about agriculture and nutrition available, accessible and usable to deal with the urgent challenge of ensuring world food security.