Committed to monitoring human impact on the environment
CGG is committed to help our clients understand and monitor human impact on the environment, locally and globally, bringing decades of geoscience and data experience to solve new challenges. Our environmental analytics capabilities enable informed decisions as the world transitions to a more sustainable future.
Our leading subject-matter expertise span climate, biodiversity, marine ecosystems, natural capital, geodiversity, and nature-based solutions.
Data & Technology
Environmental science uplifted by our high-performance computing (HPC), machine learning and advanced data analytics.
Environmental monitoring leveraged by our remote sensing and Earth observation data, processing, analysis and interpretation.
Keep nature in center of the decision-making process with Natural Insights, a geospatial intelligence platform created using data science applied to environmental analytics and integrated with expert subject matter input.
Detailed analysis of environmental and socio-economic factors, hard constraints and sensitive areas, are available through our Natural Insights data platform, enabling customizable interrogation of a broad suite of data, including:
- Environmental analytics
- Site suitability
- Climate intelligence
- Natural capital, biodiversity and habitats
- Asset monitoring
Environmental Data Intelligence
Environmental data analytics workflows derive value from a diverse range of integrated natural capital datasets including biodiversity, habitats, marine ecosystem, infrastructure, protected and priority areas, as well as land classification and Earth observation.
Integration of lab-based analysis with machine learning-led object detection technology helps analyze species and habitats alongside a broad portfolio of advanced environmental and pollution monitoring solutions.
Climate Change Analysis
Data-led interpretation combine leading subject matter expertise and modeling to bring new insights into climate risk, resilience and carbon offset challenges.
Environmental Science - Latest News
CGG, Brunel University London and Swansea University partner with innovation company Matter to characterize micropollutants captured by domestic and industrial filters