For decades humanity has been facing ever-growing ecological issues, specifically natural disasters and access to clean, drinking water. Technology-related solutions in these fields can bring about a change, as presented by geospatial researcher and software engineer Sanyasi Naidu Dadi.
With the help of Dr. Dadi, current natural disasters and water resource infrastructures can get boosted with innovative and working solutions. Sanyasi is no stranger to technology and how underground water systems work- he has spent years developing HAIS, or Hydrospatial Analysis Information System, to offer a new solution to understand natural water sources and how we can use it to our benefit.
The HAIS is platform solving Groundwater Concerns
The Hydrospatial Analysis Information System is the brainchild of Dr. Dadi and the result of an ever-growing concern for providing clean drinking water to regions and communities.
Changes in Earth and humanity’s constant need for a vital resource have led to lower groundwater levels. Because of climate change and over-extraction, there are now more communities that are facing shortages. Dr. Dadi seeks to give hope to communities so they can experience sustainable groundwater solutions without the risk of contamination. With HAIS, it’s possible to identify groundwater resources and determine the risk factors in the area and give local leaders the information they need to proceed with the project.
Having ready access to clean water cannot be overstated, as it’s one of the most vital elements for a thriving community. Dr. Dadi’s efforts has been recognized in 2021 when he received a NESA Environmentalist of the Year award. Continued research brings the geospatial researcher closer to his goals of meeting the water needs of people and agriculture.
HAIS technology, along with geographic information systems can analyze and assess existing groundwater sources to address humanity’s needs. GIS has already existed for quite some time, but it’s only now that we’re seeing it put to groundwater use. One of the dangers of finding and utilizing ground water is contamination, but software and existing tech can alleviate some of the risks associated with it.
Natural Disaster Mitigation Gets a Huge Boost
Dr. Sanyasi Dadi continued his geospatial technology research and into natural disaster management. As an ardent supporter of geospatial software, Dr. Dadi feels that disaster preparedness and mitigation measures can be boosted by elevating geospatial construction to new heights. More details surrounding a region or area bring in more data, which in turn can prove to be useful when making preparedness decisions and solutions.
Dr. Dadi acknowledges satellite remote sensing and GPS (global positioning system) as two tools to get more accurate readings on the lay of the land. Disaster management has the power to reduce property damage and fatalities, and Dr. Dadi studied cases of cyclones, coastal erosions, and industrial disasters to formulate viable solutions governments can implement in the future.
There’s a rising sense of urgency as news discuss global warming and the extreme weather conditions it can bring. We’re already witnessing the wrath of mother nature as new records of storms, flooding, and tidal waves batter humanity constantly. The knowledge and expertise Dr. Dadi brings to the table adds to the effort of future-proofing our world alongside a peaceful co-existence.
Dr. Dadi adopts a two-pronged approach using his HAIS platform. Groundwater resource and natural disaster management are his two fields of expertise. The researcher and software developer’s passion lies in helping others live better lives.
A Short History of Dr. Dadi’s Life and Achievements
Dr. Sanyasi Naidu Dadi has had quite the academic accomplishment. He studied Master of Applications at the University of India, gained a Geo-Engineering doctorate at the Andhra University, and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science at the North American University in the United States.
His passion lies in helping people, as evidenced by his early upbringing. His father was a food inspector and instilled in him the importance of clean drinking water. He was taught that contamination plays a role in human health and the environment- as he grew up, his HAIS platform served as the culmination of his desire to bring potable water to communities and regions that had very little resources.
Dr. Dadi worked as a software developer in the early 00s, creating apps and tools for clients. He then progressed to full-stack systems and learned multiple programming languages along the way. At Andhra University, he took an interest in geospatial technology, particularly how it can reduce the damage of natural disasters to human properties and lives.