Geospatial Insights through a Machine Learning API.
What is the mission of Dymaxion Labs?Dymaxion Labs creates new value from geospatial imagery by introducing a novel cloud-based ML API to develop last-mile EO solutions. Their API removes the barriers to performing deep learning with geospatial imagery for developers and data scientists.
What does Dymaxion Labs offer?
Dymaxion Labs leverages AI and computer vision to analyze petabytes of multi-source geospatial data to understand the physical world. Private and public entities can accelerate their strategic data-driven decisions from their geospatial imagery targets through the data science-based, a fully cloud-enabled platform of Dymaxion Labs.
What is the Space Tech behind it?
Dymaxion Labs provides a cloud-based API to detect patterns in satellite and aerial imagery with a few lines of Python. For this, the company using geospatial imagery like optical, multispectral, and SAR from satellites, radar, and UAV.
What are the applications?
Dymaxion Labs’ API removes the barriers to performing deep learning with geospatial imagery for developers. It’s focused on solving problems in agriculture, urban development, and climate change, following The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by the United Nations.
How is Dymaxion Labs supporting the UN SDGs?Surveying large areas using AI-powered geospatial analytics can help better inform public policies and decision-makers in order to decrease poverty and increase the sustainability and resilience of cities. In line with this, Dymaxion Lab has collaborated with UNICEF Innovation to map informal settlements in 6 Latin American countries. Furthermore, the company has a track record of contributing to the UN SDGs in South America by mapping crops to improve food security and by mapping solar panels to improve sustainable energy management.
GOAL 1: No Poverty
GOAL 2: Zero Hunger
GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation
GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities GOAL 13: Climate Action
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