Eight cutting-edge geospatial tech startups will demonstrate their products and you are invited to attend. Register today for the inaugural NGA Accelerator Powered by Capital Innovators Demo Day, to be held virtually on June 24, 12-3 CST.
Eight companies have spent the past several months working within the unique NGA Accelerator model to develop dual use geospatial technology solutions with the goal of exploring applications within the NGA and DoD community as well as furthering business development in the private sector. They will present the culmination of their work live to an audience of investors, potential customers and many more stakeholders. The event will also include presentations from leaders in the Geospatial ecosystem.
These eight companies will present their work:
Anno.ai is a machine learning solutions, software and services company operating within the Department of Defense, intelligence community and commercial markets. Anno.ai’s innovative, massively scalable software architecture enables machine learning workflows against the most complex mission challenges.
Boston Geospatial is a product company that leverages space-based radar imagery and other datasets to create plug-and-play, ready-to-use insight solutions for enterprise customers within the critical infrastructure sectors. Its inaugural offering utilizes interferometry to monitor ground motion for the midstream oil and gas sector.
Granular.ai democratizes analytics for the rest of the market by simplifying access to the information locked in satellite imagery. Through the first full-stack geospatial AI platform, it enables businesses to build tailored, performant AI in days instead of months.
InfraLytiks specializes in engineering-based data analytics and the development of custom software products, primarily focusing on proprietary machine learning, artificial intelligence and computer vision to enable automation of complex processes. It works with multispectral data such as high definition images, 3D, infrared thermography, lidar point cloud, telemetry from various data sources including satellites, drones, aircraft, vehicles, space telescopes, text and databases.
Kinnami provides a resilient peer-to-peer distributed data management and security platform for the computing edge working with satellites, drones, IoT, autonomous systems, personal computing devices, in data centers and the cloud.
Polysentry is a Software-as-a-Service company that automates the analysis of large datasets for the intelligence, defense, and private sector communities. As of March 2021, it has been awarded three DOD contracts and signed 12 software license agreements with commercial enterprise customers.
Stratodyne collects high-resolution imagery from aerial balloons and analyzes it to help users predict vegetation changes, monitor assets, and detect threats in real-time.
Xona Space Systems is building a next-generation satellite navigation system using small but powerful satellites in low-Earth orbit. The constellation they are developing is designed to provide secure navigation and timing services with the resilience and accuracy that modern intelligent systems, such as autonomous vehicles and drones, need to operate safely at scale.