Actionable insights from (open) satellite data to help cities see the ‘bigger picture’
World from Space is a start-up company from Brno, Czech Republic, that uses (open) satellite data (focused on Copernicus data) to inform users and enable them to see the ‘bigger picture’ of a (smart) city or village ecosystem.
Their areas of interest are on drought and vegetation monitoring to create smart cities and smart villages and to work towards realising smart agriculture. More specifically, they use technologies to monitor aspects, such as the volume and current state or urban vegetation and quantify the change over time to inform stakeholders (i.e. municipalities and the private sector) about anomalies and long-term trends.