Sustainability science, human security, and Earth information products
ISciences uses science and technology to promote a better understanding of Earth for the mutual benefit of society and the environment.
ISciences develops physics-based semi-empirical models that can identify materials remotely by sampling the full spectrum of light.
ISciences delivers geospatially explicit assessments of global water stress that are actively used in corporate strategic planning.
ISciences develops tools in active use by US Government agencies to monitor human-environment interactions and provide warning of emerging issues.
ISciences' team of experts regularly contributes to the public understanding of sustainability and climate change issues affecting human security.
ISciences performs historical analyses of conflict events as a function of political, social, economic, and environmental factors.
ISciences develops suites of geospatial indicators to assess specific global environmental risks.
ISciences develops systems to semantically code current political events into structured taxonomies for identification of emerging threats.
ISciences helps find meaning in "Big Data" through our AA framework for anticipation and analysis of emerging threats using focused open-source searches to extract discrete information and combine it with similar events to generate likely outcomes.
ISciences'expertise in Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA) helps us develop and deploy customized web applications like our Water Security News that find, harvest, process, and present global news articles in temporal and geographic context.
ISciences develops rigorous methodologies and innovative mash-ups to perform place-based homeland security risk assessment that identifies risk scenarios to nearby businesses and residences.
ISciences is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with satellite offices in Washington, DC and Burlington, Vermont. Please call us at 734.214.9810 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your next project.