Building sustainable spacetech ecosystems

It’s easy to evaluate an innovative company by measuring revenue growth and profitability, yet this approach may fail to incorporate the impact its technology may have on consumer lives, sectoral productivity, environmental outcomes – society as a whole. 


Sticking to traditional economic measures linked to bottom lines and gross domestic product may lead to short-sighted decisions and sub-optimal outcomes in terms of spillover effects and subsidies to sustainable R&D. 


Working with some of the most prestigious global search engines, national governments and multilateral organizations, we have developed a holistic approach to calculate consumer, business and societal benefits of geospatial technologies on different regional and national contexts, measuring impact in terms of various indicators, such job creation, water saved, CO2 emissions, yearly productivity and forest preservation.

Building sustainable spacetech ecosystems

It’s easy to evaluate an innovative company by measuring revenue growth and profitability, yet thi...

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