Discover how 4EI heat mapping and GIS analysis supported Climate Ready Clyde in the race to climate resilience.

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GIS Analysis and Mapping

In collaboration with Climate Ready Clyde, we correlated multiple complex datasets using spatial analysis techniques to assess the overlap between deprived communities and people at risk of heat eventsLayers of data were overlaid over a map of Glasgow to visually display which regions experienced the highest levels of deprivation and heat risk, as well as flood risk.

Presenting information through geospatial mapping turns complex data into applied intelligence. Visualising data on a geographical map adds powerful context to even the most unfamiliar datasets, creating a clear pathway to actionable insights for any project. 

Geospatial maps display all available intelligence – including different data types and different time periods – around a specified location or landscape. Delivering data in this way can uncover critical patterns, such as behavioural trends, change over time, or anomaly detection, and can even reveal valuable intelligence that would go undetected using other methods.

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