A DMV based geospatial startup , Hydrosat this week announced that it had secured a $10 million in seed funding to enable it expand its footprint.
The company which aims to commercialize ground temperature analytics by collecting data via settelites is working on a subscription based analytical product. The new product will be used by policy and decision makers to proactively monitor and respond to potential environmental threats.
For a lot of our use cases, in environmental monitoring, in agriculture and forestry, it’s very beneficial to have that because we have that data stored in the library for retrieval, so that it can be used either that day or the next week or the next year, anytime in the future. – Hydrosat CEO Pieter Fossel
Hydrosat aims to turns Earth data into intelligence and insight for agriculture, financial services, and government.
Courtesy – Hydrosat