It’s time for the seventh episode of our new video series: Dutch pioneers in Artificial Intelligence. In this series, you will get to know some talented entrepreneurs running very diverse companies with one common denominator: they are leading the way in the development or use of AI. They push boundaries, disrupt their markets and lead the rest of us forward.
In this episode you’ll meet Jesscia Immelman (Business Lead) and Alexander Gunkel (Founder & Managing Director) at Space4Good. This The Hague based innovative social enterprise utilises space technology for social and environmental good.
Using remote sensing, GIS and artificial intelligence, they map, analyse and model complex ecosystems and support leading organisations and institutions on topics such as environmental crime detection, regenerative agriculture, humanitarian aid, air pollution and sustainable urban development. By doing so Space4Good helps impact makers on the ground to make more informed decisions, improve the operational efficiency, create data-driven transparency and unlock new revenue sources such as carbon credits.
👋 Space4Good, a Dutch startup using remote sensing to monitor social and evironmental impact
🪴 Founded in 2017
🌍 Visit them at Space4Good.com
🚩 Located in Den Haag, Zuid-Holland
💻 Interested in working at Space4Good? Check out their vacancies!
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👉 Have you seen the previous episodes yet? Check out Episode 1: Innatera Nanosystems | Episode 2: Fizyr | Episode 3: UbiOps | Episode 4: Blockbax | Episode 5: Clockworks | Episode 6: Landscape
👉 We’ll be back shortly with episode 8, introducing you to high tech fabless semiconductor startup Qualinx