Our machine learning suite scans huge datasets of satellite and drone imagery, detecting buildings, roads, and crops. From road management to disaster response, we can quickly provide situational awareness in the most remote areas.
With powerful new tools, we can see the planet, live, like never before.
Rapid advances in machine learning, coupled with cheap cloud computing, allow us to draw meaningful insights in real time from satellites, sensors, and phones.
NASA's earth science data archive is massive. NASA manages 25 petabytes across 6,700 products, producing terabytes more every day. We're helping move their data production and archival operations to the cloud.
Millions around the globe tracked U.S. election results from the Washington Post. Our scaleable infrastructure and fast, intuitive interfaces moved in lockstep with live results.
Working for the people who work on the world's hardest problems.
We roll our tools into fully automated piplines, and deliver real-time monitoring and forecasting at a global scale.
The World Bank and its partners use Development Seed tools to detect, manage, and plan roads investments that serve all citizens.
We'll be at State of the Map sharing a vision for using machine learning to help disaster mappers work faster and more accurately.
We are crunching decades of satellite imagery and radar data to help energy planners connect the 1.1 billion unplugged.