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Actionable data,
global and affordable

Climate change is putting vegetation under pressure. More than ever, better resource management and accurate  forecasts are key priorities for agriculture and forestry. Through hyperspectral satellite imagery, we provide early alerts for diseases, irrigation issues, and land cover changes, as well as a close follow-up of the plants’ life-cycle.

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Vegetation is under pressure

Weather events. Soil erosion. Emerging diseases. Population growth.

Food security

Today

12% of the world population is undernourished

by 2050

60% more food will be needed to feed the globe

Deforestation

Today

75% of global deforestation is due to agriculture

by 2050

10 million km2 of forest could be cleared for farming

Climate change

Today

Close to 30% of GHG emissions are linked to food systems

by 2050

Climate change will cause a yield decrease of over 10%

Optimized resource management and accurate yield forecasts are key priorities. Data plays an essential role in the decision-making process from day-to-day management to macro-scale policy development.

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Climate change. Soil erosion. Emerging diseases. Population growth.

Agriculture and forestry are under pressure

Optimized resource management and accurate yield forecasts are key priorities. Data will increasingly play an essential role in the decision-making process, from day-to-day management to macro-scale policy development.

We deliver hyperspectral imagery

referenced, rectified, calibrated & corrected
Frequent

Frequent

At least twice a week

Affordable

Affordable

Yearly subscription fee per hectare – a fraction of your cost

Global

Global

The same sensor and processing for the whole planet

Actionable

Actionable

Designed to bring added-value on the field

Reliable

Reliable

Continuous, strict and transparent quality control

Accessible

Accessible

Streamlined interface to avoid headaches

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You extract the information you need

we can help, obviously

Agriculture & Forestry

Drought or diseases alerts, life-cycle monitoring, etc.

Environmental Monitoring

Water or land pollution, hazardous material detection, etc.

Energy & Infrastructure

Leak detection, health monitoring, etc.

Resources & Mining

Industrial footprint, minerals identification, etc.

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Our timeline

Database and aerial imagery

Today

Database of hyperspectral aerial imagery, and on-demand flights

Satellite

2023

Proof of concept in orbit
Bi-monthly revisit rate

Satellites

2025

First batch of 4 satellites
Weekly revisit rate

Satellites

2026

Second batch of 4 satellites
Bi-weekly revisit rate

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Come and join the team

We are a multi-disciplinary and cross-functional team. One group designs a constellation of small satellites. A second group creates new ways to process, store and access large arrays of complex data. The third group develops applications based on deep learning algorithms.

We need to complement our team with top-notch profiles. In addition to the job opportunities listed on this page, we always appreciate spontaneous applications as well as requests for internships and master theses.

We offer enormous amounts of autonomy to everyone working at ScanWorld. This requires an aptitude to auto-manage oneself, a result-oriented mindset, and a certain curiosity about the world.

Our decision-making process has to be fast. We expect our colleagues to be both analytical thinkers and excellent communicators. We promote a feedback based culture.

Our headquarters are in Belgium, Liège, and we do also have a team working from Brussels. Both sites are in forest areas - a good reminder of our mission. We are deeply engaged and passionate about what we do, yet we value work-fun balance and do not miss a chance to share entertaining and unusual moments together!

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