Latitudo 40, Italian company based in Naples offering a platform for decision making based on the detection of satellite data and AI / ML algorithms, is going to attend Singapore Geospatial Festival.
Singapore Geospatial Festival 2021 brings the international geospatial community (public and private sectors as well as the community-at-large) together for co-located activities promoting the use of GPS/location-based and mapping innovation. The event is organised by GeoWorks, Singapore Land Authority’s geospatial industry centre.
In particular, Latitudo 40 will join a session together with representatives from Open Geospatial Consortium startups that are disrupting, growing and evolving in this market segment (14th September, 4pm – 5.30 pm).
“The world of geospatial applications is constantly evolving and the application of technologies will affect an increasing number of companies and business sectors. At Latitudo 40 we are developing a new analytical model, which combines remote sensing satellite data and in-situ monitoring data (sensors and open data), to improve the sustainability model of cities and urban areas, through user-friendly dashboards ready to encourage the adoption of ESG practices for monitoring green investments. Participation in the Singapore Geospatial Festival, thanks to our partner OCG, is an important opportunity for visibility in the Asian and global markets” – says Gaetano Volpe, CEO at Latitudo 40.
Latitudo 40’s data analytics platform is based on satellite images and artificial intelligence, providing understandable data that lead to decisions that are economically sound and sustainable.
Thanks to a flexible, zero-code approach, Latitudo 40 offers a new way to create, deploy and scale geospatial applications, improving life on our planet and helping to achieve Sustainable Development Goals.