Lucy Kennedy will speak at the Cleantech Forum Europe
Spottitt has been selected by the Cleantech Group to speak at the Cleantech Forum Europe, to be held on March the 30th and 31st in Edinburgh.
During the “Innovation Showcase: Ones to Watch”, Lucy Kennedy, co-founder and CEO, will talk about the power of Earth Observation to provide infrastructure owners with better insights at scale, and how Spottitt’s customers are using satellite analytics to better understand the impact of climate change on their assets, while also keeping track of the evolution of their natural capital.
By having access to more than 200 satellites, Spottitt provides low-carbon solutions to asset managers to get accurate risk assessments of remote and extensive infrasture projects such as utility networks, within only a few hours from the request.
From measuring methane leaks to preventing wildfires, Spottitt provides companies all over the World with more than 20 risk indicators specific to utility networks and infrastructure in general.
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