Positive impact is our mission. Measuring it is the cornerstone of our model. Dive into Tēnaka Science, our Impacts Measurement Platform, and our next technological developments.
Both on our restored coral reefs and mangrove forests, our field partners collect quantitative data based on international methodologies such as Reef Check for coral reefs.
The data is used on a long term to monitor the growth of the ecosystem, as well as evaluating the impacts on neighboring biodiversity.
The Tēnaka Science® Platform: for scientists
The Tēnaka Science® Platform allows scientists to gather field data in a unified and user-friendly way. The database is alimented on a monthly or quarterly basis, depending on the monitoring programs in place.
Each user can create and manage Impacts Reports through its own organization. Therefore it can be useful for any organization working on marine ecosystems with the need to communicate transparently on its impacts.
The Tēnaka Science® Platform: for businesses
An algorithm translates the raw scientific data gathered by scientists into visualized content: reports, charts, key metrics and graphs that are useful for CSR Reporting.
We provide our business partners a unique personal space, for them to communicate in a transparent, pedagogic and user-friendly way to their stakeholders.
Temperature captors & bleaching monitoring
In 2020, our field scientists installed temperature captors on the restored coral nurseries and neighboring environment.
These tools are very useful to monitor and analyze the resilience of corals facing stressful events, such as warming water temperatures.
The Blue Cam: an underwater research station
We are teaming up with the Yucca Lab to prototype the BlueCam: a live monitoring station for our restored coral reefs.
This underwater research station is equipped with 360° camera and sensors, connected to the cloud thanks to a buoy at the surface.
This prototype will enable us to enhance our impact measurement process by collecting valuable data on a 24/7 basis, and to have a live access to the coral nurseries.