Last week Cervest was recognised as one of the capital’s most exciting technology companies.
In Business Cloud’s 2020 London Tech 50 innovation ranking, we were listed—as well as the climate crisis recognised—alongside well respected organisations such as HoloMe, DeepMind, Citymapper, Olio and many others.
As new entrants in the awards this year, we were thrilled to be listed as London’s seventh most innovative tech company, according to BusinessCloud. With a shortlist of 339-strong entrants, and over 6,000 votes cast, this is testament to how hard our team has worked and the innovative methods being built to create a world-first, open access Earth Science AI.
Cervest’s AI technology provides the environmental security solution that empowers organisations to assess and quantify the risk climate uncertainty will present to them – ensuring there is a mechanism in place to safeguard their future and our planet.
Time for change
Addressing the climate crisis is viewed as challenging and expensive. Previous forecasting methods have been off the mark in the context of climate and personalising risks. As such, there is a gap between climate awareness and the decisions that can be made. Consequently, organisations lack an understanding of the financial and human implications that climate uncertainty presents to them.
Solving climate security
Cervest’s Earth Science AI has the capabilities to prepare and warn businesses of the potential risks and effects of climatic and extreme weather events before they happen. This provides the intelligence that organisations are missing in their value chain, safeguarding their future and our planet.
Through digesting and filtering vast data, as well as using deep learning algorithms, our Earth Science AI will help bridge the information gap between understanding climate threats and taking positive action.
Awards and being recognised alongside other technology pioneers is a powerful reminder of how important our mission is to ensure that climate volatility isn’t viewed just as a macro problem, but is an issue that can be broken down for each of Earth’s stakeholders.
By helping businesses —whether investors, enterprises, government organisations or even farmers—to use climate risk data to understand how we can better manage and help mitigate the impact of the changing climate.
To read more about BusinessCloud’s London Tech 50 ranking for 2020, see here, and to learn more about how Cervest can help your business build its climate security, please get in touch with the team at email@example.com.
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