05 August 2021 – Earth-i has been featured in the STATE AND TRENDS OF SPATIAL FINANCE 2021. This report is the Spatial Finance Initiative (SFI)’s first annual overview of spatial finance solutions and trends and covers Next Generation climate and environmental analytics for resilient finance.
As the first in the series, and sponsored by Lombard Odier, it delves deeper into the underlying technology advancements and market developments that make spatial finance an increasingly important proposition for financial institutions. It presents both emerging and mature applications that are already available on the market and highlights future trends.
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Earth-i’s SAVANT product family supports the aim of SFI by giving transparency to the global supply chains of commodities such as Copper and Nickel, by providing daily updates on >90% of each supply globally on a daily basis. Further with a greater than 5 year data history it allows clients to understand and monitor how those supply chains behave over a historical and on-going temporal period.
Looking forward Earth-i is planning to increase the supply chains within the SAVANT product family, but also integrating evidential ESG datasets into the SAVANT service. The integration of earth observation and remote sensing multi-sensor, multi-operator and resolution data sets with artificial intelligence (AI) can transform how risks, opportunities and impacts are measured and managed by financial institutions and civil society. By incorporating geospatial data into financial decision making, SAVANT provides the opportunity to enhance transparency within the commodities markets.
Earth-i is a geospatial intelligence company using machine learning, artificial intelligence and Earth Observation data to provide unique and relevant insights, derived from diverse geospatial data, that deliver clear decision advantage for businesses, governments and other organisations.
Earth-i provides advanced analytics using automated interpretation of a range of geospatial Earth Observation data sources including colour imagery, colour video, infra-red and radar from a range of sources including satellite, drone, aerial and ground-based sensors. This data is fused with additional data sources to extract factual understanding and generate predictive insights across a range of markets such as commodities, supply chain, agriculture, infrastructure and defence.
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