Turning science into action

Bringing clarity to decision making for businesses, governments and growers


We’re using Earth Science AI to create practical insights and recommendations that will de-risk the way you work. 

We believe commercial needs and environmental conservation can and must be balanced. We support businesses and policy makers navigating system-level environmental risks and making long- and short-term decisions. 

Our work will improve the security of food supply, build resilience in economic systems, and maintain healthy ecosystems. It will inform wiser choices with science about where and when to invest, locate new infrastructure, or make investments into new products.

Food & Beverage

For food and beverage producers and growers we are working towards better in-season supply and logistics planning.

Cervest will help you with food supply security, supply chain security, sustainable product growth, effective in-season planning, insight for future scenarios.



We will help governments to plan for better natural capital management through informed decisions on national and regional land-use.

Cervest will help you by protecting populations from food shortages and associated humanitarian issues, and supporting infrastructure planning, and ensuring economic security for future generations.



We will help Insurance and reinsurance companies with risk pricing by geography and risk category. 

Cervest will help you adapt for the future by helping accurately manage risk exposure, weight your asset portfolios and risk adjust premiums reflecting extreme and climatic risks.

Get access to our early product

Our dynamic data mapping product will cover all of Europe by Q1/2020. It is already being used by leading food and beverage companies to augment their decisions on supply volume, sourcing and related planning for ‘at-risk’ procurement orders, and we are continuing to add new datasets around crops and natural capital to help predict yield and bring clarity to procurement decisions. 

We are now opening up our platform to future-focused food producers, risk managers, food producers, investment managers, policy makers and strategists who are seeking to reduce the risks associated with climatic and extreme events and their effect on land-based processes and assets. 




Our future plans


As we develop our platform, we will expand our coverage to help other sectors, such as energy, infrastructure and natural resources.

Ernesta Baniulyte

Ernesta Baniulyte 
Product Designer

Ernesta has been a full-stack product designer for more than five years. She has valuable experience in the B2B, B2C and B2B2C worlds, and while working at both agencies and product/service companies, she has learned to develop UX research infrastructures to support strategy.

At Cervest, Ernesta contributes to all stages of the product development process – from initial ideation to the exacting detail of UI design – finding new ways to visualise data, and ensure our product is intuitive and user friendly.

Ernesta’s decision to join Cervest was inspired by her desire to make the world a safer, better and more aware place.

Ramani Lachyan 
Junior Research Scientist

Ramani joined Cervest after obtaining her Master’s in Physics from ETH, Zurich. She brings with her valuable experience gained through working on model building and data simulation pertaining to neutrino physics.

Ramani has joined Cervest as a Junior Research Scientist and will be working on creating algorithms that allow for the extraction of physical observables from data from a range of sources.


Lukas Scholtes 
Statistical Scientist

Lukas completed his maths BSc at ETH Zurich, followed by an MSc in statistics at Imperial College. He wrote his MSc thesis in collaboration with Cervest, on the modelling of North American wheat yields via Bayesian parametric and non-parametric methods.

Following an internship in the NGO sector in Bangladesh and a stint in the world of fintech, Lukas comes to Cervest, excited to apply himself to the challenges that are arising as a consequence of unsustainable land-use policies and climate change.

Aidan Coyne
Junior Researcher

Aidan is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Science and Engineering at University College London with a focus on computer science and data informatics.

At Cervest, Aidan is working on researching and assimilating a database of articles categorising the reasons for extreme decreases in crop yields across Europe. The information will be used to help predict the impact of weather events on crop yield and contribute to  Cervest’s ability to bring clarity to decision making around climatic and extreme events.

While studying, she also volunteers with environmental conservation groups and youth engagement programmes.

Alex Rahin
Chief Product and Technology Officer

Alex is an entrepreneurial technology leader with over 25 years of hands-on experience in developing and executing innovative product and technology strategies.

Prior to Cervest, Alex served as Chief Product & Technology Officer at Beamly, a technology and data company delivering data platforms & infrastructure, data & content management solutions, and AI-powered eCommerce analytics, leading Beamly to a successful exit in 2020.

Before working at Beamly, Alex served as Chief Data Officer at Just Eat, where he built an end-to-end data organization, leading the company’s data-driven transformation with the launch of a unified customer data platform and scalable machine learning products

Earlier in his career, Alex held prominent roles at Zalando, Amazon, Microsoft, Intel, Hewlett Packard, and three technology startups achieving successful exits in all three.

Alex holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from UC Berkeley.