Solution Overview

Global Geospatial Index (GGI) is an attempt by Synspective to contribute to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). GGI is a powerful tool to build composite indices constructed from various natural processes and human activities observable from satellites that can help users establish sustainability measures.

These indices explain the performance of ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) and serve as evidence related to improvements that take place as consequences of particular economic or public policy, as necessitated in the creation of economic measures like PMI (Purchasing Managers’ Index).

Benefits and Outputs

  • Easy access to Global Geo intelligence
  • Comparison with index x area x time
  • Intuitive UI/UX

This Solution Would Support

  • Government , NGO and Public sector
  • Analyst, Consultant, Researcher and Academia
Index NameDescriptionSpatial ResolutionData frequencyKey Topic/Use cases
Surface TemperatureSurface temperature data indicates temperature on the ground surface observed during the daytime.1 kmMonthlyClimate, Vegetation
Solar IrradiationGlobal Horizontal Irradiation (GHI) explains the amount of all types of solar irradiation (both direct and indirect/diffused irradiation) received from the sun on a horizontal surface.1 kmMonthlyEnergy, SDGs
Night-time LightNight-time light data is the measure of surface radiance observed through satellite during night time.600 mMonthlyEconomic activity, SDGs
Normalized Difference Water IndexNormalized Difference Water Index (NDWI) explains the containment level of water on earth surface.30 mMonthlyVegetation, Climate change
Absorbing Aerosol IndexAbsorbing aerosol index data contains information about aerosol containment in the ultraviolet spectrum of the air.1 kmMonthlyClimate change, Health, Economic activity
Urbanisation IndexUrbanisation data measures the area size of the built environment over a specified province/prefecture/state.10 mMonthlySDGs, ESG
Trying out this beta product, we are willing to listen to your feedback. Based on that, Synspective will gradually expand the number of indexes useful for sustainable development and will offer more than 30 indexes by making it an official release.