Informed, intelligent decisions for resilience on a changing planet.We're developing frontier Earth Science AI to protect and preserve the world's most important assets.
We predict the risks and effects of climate volatility, empowering everyone to make informed decisions through Earth Science AI
Connecting AI + Earth + Human Decisions
With our climate in flux, making better decisions, minimising risk and identifying opportunities is critical. Our Earth Science AI provides the tailored insight and global perspective needed to do just that, creating a powerful partnership between humans, AI and the planet.
Independent, dynamic Climate Security tools for every asset.
From extreme weather events to broader climate shifts, our pioneering Earth Science AI allows businesses, governments and individuals to monitor the impact of climate signals like extreme heat, fire, flood or drought on their assets – natural or built – developing a quantified, unified view of risk now and in future.
Our open-access Earth Science AI platform brings together
- Sophisticated data engineering and automation
- AI and machine learning
- Physical sciences expertise
to create the most comprehensive, unified, actionable asset-level climate data possible.
This powerful knowledge enables decision-makers to:
- Benchmark and baseline current climate risks to assets
- Base short-term operational decisions on rigorous forecasts
- Plan for asset resilience in the long term
- Restore assets and planet through personalised recommendations
We’re offering selected partners early beta access to our AI platform. From risk analysts to modellers to C-suite decision- and policy-makers, across insurance, finance, FMCG and government, you’ll benefit from the comprehensive climate risk data and analysis provided by our platform – personalised for you to proactively manage your asset-level risk.
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