Skip to main content

Fighting climate change with the world's most extensive hyperspectral satellite constellation

By GeoConnexion - 19th July 2022 - 16:19

The Finnish start-up Kuva Space plans to build the world’s most extensive hyperspectral constellation of 100 nanosatellites to capture the molecular composition of materials at scale. The company will transform this intricate space-borne data into actionable insights that customers can access via an AI-driven data platform. The company will play a critical role in land and water management, monitoring carbon emissions and measurement of carbon sequestration, and have a noticeable impact in the field of climate action. Hyperspectral nanosatellite technology solutions open up opportunities for various industry verticals, including carbon sequestration and environmental, safety and security, insurance and finance, precision agriculture and aquaculture.

Download a PDF of this article


Read More: Satellite Imaging Environmental Management