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High-tech disruptive approach

We translate ecosystem restoration and nature conservation into ecological assets to make biodiversity flourish and prosper.

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Remote sensing

We combine the data from a dense network of on-the-ground sensors, aerial drones and geostationary and orbital satellites, along with machine learning models trained on historical data. This allows the DGB to collect very high-resolution data to monitor plant biomass dynamics, the biodiversity status, species of plants present (native or exotic), insects, mammals and birds, identify hotspots and critical changes, and predict future activity.

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Artificial intelligence

We have designed and developed our own AI platform, which specialises in geospatial data analysis. The AI can recognise and count trees and label man-made objects and other events and changes. The AI uses machine learning to constantly improve itself for even more accurate and advanced biodiversity analysis.

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Data transparency approach to nature-based solutions

Our transparent and verifiable transaction log is strengthened by the use of AI, is compatible with various computational languages, and uses advanced geographic information systems and technologies. Our team is continuously creating new tools for how humanity relates to its environment. We are using a completely new class of database, which makes data change history immutableit cannot be altered or deleted.

Using advanced computer language technologies and accessible codes, it is possible to verify the consistency of our data. It uses an immutable transactional log, known as a journal, that tracks each application data change and maintains a complete and verifiable history of changes over time. This means we can account for all activities relating to a conservation project.

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Advanced data management technologies

We work with recent data management technologies that allow us to record all activities, from prospecting studies to the qualitative and quantitative information of our nature-based projects. Using the newest technologies in computational language and accessible codes, it is possible to verify the consistency of our data to ensure that the initiatives implementing biodiversity and carbon solutions are environmentally sound and truly beneficial for ecosystem restoration.

Our key strategy is to offer world-leading verification, certification, and trading of biodiversity and carbon unitsalongside an ability to offer customers a proven and highly transparent way of developing nature-based solutions effectively at scale.

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Drone technology

When planting trees, we have harnessed the latest drone technology, enabling us to deliver quality, scale, speed and high survival rates. We are developing drone technologies that allow us to reforest thousands of hectares in a single planting session, including a GPS-enabled automated-planting system to drive speed and efficiency in the field.

 

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Greentech solutions

We focus on creating a marketplace for ecosystem restoration and nature conservation project developers to showcase their projects and secure funding, as well as for B2B and B2C customers to reduce their carbon footprint.