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The right
water info at
your fingertips.

Track what's in your water right now, and how it's evolving over time.

Full coverage. Fully automatic. 

Get your free demo to see GybeMaps
in action for your waterbody.

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Water Quality Management tools for a changing world

Our climate and natural environment are rapidly changing. Stay on top of water quality fluctuations and build resilient freshwater management plans with GybeMaps.

Monitor any surface water body.

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GybeMaps is a SaaS subscription service,

combining satellite and sensor water quality data in the user friendly GybeMaps WebApp. 

Much more information, without any of the hassle.

Full Coverage

Move from local datapoints to full-coverage data maps. Our water quality maps help you track water quality across the entire waterbody: no more blind spots. 

  • Uncover hotspots

  • Know where things are changing most

  • Fill in gaps from other data sources

  • Optimize your sampling

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Contextualized Data

Easily differentiate between what's normal and what's unusual.

 

Your data is displayed in context of historical baselines, and seasonal fluctuations, making it easier to interpret the most recent datapoint, 

as soon as it comes in. 

Time series charts 
for any location

Generate time series for any location in the waterbody, as if you had a sensor installed anywhere. Easily compare parameter values over time, within and across waterbodies. 

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Dashboard Overview

The GybeMaps dashboard offers an at-a-glance view of what's happening now, and in the past, at all the locations you are most interested in. Plan your days ahead with algal bloom predictions from our proprietary Machine Learning models.

Example Use Cases

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Algal Blooms

Keeping drinking water safe by proactively tracking blooms in a source water reservoir.

| Read Case Study

Impact Monitoring

Tracking seasonal and long term changes across a portfolio of waterbodies around the world.

| Read Case Study 

Nitrates in Rivers

Tracking nitrate concentrations along the Mississippi River, to the Gulf of Mexico. 

| Read Case Study 

Quick & Easy Setup.

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WATER UTILITIES

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"GybeMaps helps me take action quickly,

analyze impacts and anticipate future changes."

- Brandin Hilbrandt,

Watershed Program Coordinator,

Drinking Water

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Tailored to your needs.

Everyone's monitoring needs are unique. We've built GybeMaps to make it easy to choose what works best for you.

STEP 1

Choose the location(s) to monitor

STEP 2

Choose your GybeMaps plan

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The Gybe Sensor

Low Cost. High Quality Data.

Fully Automatic.

The Gybe Sensor gets you

  • Continuous data streams for 5 water quality parameters

  • Satellite data maps for two additional parameters (Cyanobacteria Index, CDOM Absorption)

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Built for minimal maintenance

  • Quick and easy install, serviced by the customer or Gybe

  • Gybe monitors sensor performance

  • Gybe or the customer replaces the sensor when needed (every 6-12 months)

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Key Features

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Water Quality Data Maps

Water Quality data maps and time series per parameter, derived from multiple satellites

  • Historical data back to at least 2016​

  • Updated as soon as new images are available

  • Optional: Calibrate satellite data with your in situ data

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Continuous Data Streams

Continuous time series from the Gybe Sensor

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Operational Dashboard​
Contextualized dashboard based on your areas of interest across the waterbody

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Algal Bloom Predictions

For the next 20 days

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API

Integration into SCADA systems: direct data feeds to operations and control / data systems

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Many more exciting features coming soon!

Not sure if GybeMaps
is right for you?

Get in touch

We'll be happy to answer any questions.

Or

Set up a demo for your waterbody,

and see what GybeMaps can do for you.

Click to download the GybeMaps
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  • What water quality parameters are available in GybeMaps?
    Our standard parameter set for data maps includes: Chlorophyll-a [mg/m3] Turbidity [FNU] Total Suspended Sediments [g/m3] If you have a Gybe Sensor installed, you'll get two additional parameters: Cyanobacteria Index [from -1 to 1] Colored Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) [1/m] The GybeMaps platform is highly extensible, and we are developing new applications and new pollutants of concern. Nitrogen, phosphorus dissolved oxygen and E. coli are some examples of new pollutants we are exploring to add to the current parameter set.
  • How far back does the historical satellite data archive go?
    Historical data is one of the most valuable aspects to GybeMaps: When you sign up, you'll have access not just to new data going forward, but to the entire historical archive. The size of the archive varies per location, and usually goes back to 2016 or 2015. Historical data is available immediately once the production subscription is complete. The benefit of this consistent long term data archive is that you can compare current data coming in to normal variability within your specific waterbody. It also allows you to go back in time, to look at how water quality changed during significant events in the past .
  • Does the Gybe Sensor require periodic calibration or maintenance?
    Gybe Sensors are installed and maintained by Gybe or by customers. These are fully autonomous, free standing sensors that were designed to require no regular maintenance. Gybe monitors sensor performance remotely, and replaces the sensors based on degeneration in performance. This usually happens around 6-12 months after installation.
  • What are the maintenance costs? What are the costs after the end of the project?
    GybeMaps is delivered as a subscription service. Simple pricing is guaranteed for several years There are no maintenance costs or implementation costs.
  • How good is the data compared to other data sources?
    We have tested our data quality via matchups with co-located industry leading sensors (such as USGS SuperGauges and YSI sondes) at several locations, and have found the data to be at the level of accuracy of these sondes.
  • How deep into the water does the satellite see?
    The depth to which satellite sensors can see into the water depends on the turbidity of the water. Typically, depth visibility ranges from a few centimeters to tens of meters.
  • How often does the data update in GybeMaps?
    GybeMaps Pro gives you a new datapoint daily (sensor data) GybeMaps Basic gives you a new datapoint (full map) every 5 days, when a new satellite image becomes available. We are incorporating additional satellite data sources, so that soon you will have the ability to receive a full Data Map every day.
  • Can I install a Gybe Sensor anywhere?
    GybeSensors have been made to install almost anywhere. Power Sensors can be plugged in to the wall, or be Solar Powered Data transmission Sensors can transmit data via cell signal, or via satellite (remote locations) Durability Our sensors operate continuously without maintenance, manual calibration or service touches, so they are suitable for remote or inaccessible installations. Sensors need to be replaced on average once every 6-12 months, based on performance levels. Installation Ideally, sensors are attached to existing infrastructure, however sensors can also be installed to be freestanding, without attachments.
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