A meeting point and a junction for all industries and ecosystems looking for Air & Space data
The volume, accuracy, pace and richness of the information collected increases as satellites grow in number and sophistication. Spatial data gathered from an ever-rising number of sources is in high demand, with every sector of activity seeking to gain access to this very precise, detailed and advanced treasure trove.
There is a unique opportunity to federate all use cases on a data marketplace that can bring together providers and users of unique spatial data, both in the private and public sectors. By leveraging Data Exchange technology, all interested parties will benefit from a secure and trusted environment to meet, exchange and share data in order to generate value from it, improve the productivity of their teams, and gain necessary decision-making insight to mitigate risks.
To respond to the growing multi-sectoral demand, the Air & Space industry now can meet the data exchange value creation opportunity through relevant and high potential use cases.
A Space Data Exchange Platform empowers public and private organizations to meet and source, distribute and exchange spatial and correlated data.
This dedicated data hub will rally the multiple data providers and enable the aggregation of spatial data offerings, produced by numerous public or private players. The Data Exchange Platform brings the flexibility to offer data in free or paid mode, through open data or commercial licenses.
By 2050, two-thirds of the world's population will live in urban areas, with very high concentrations in some 50 megacities around the world. To manage this growth, technology and data have a central role to play and satellite data will be key, to address challenges such as:
Companies from the energy sector like natural resources and mining companies, power utilities, grid operators, water management players and regulators have an increasing need for high-precision spatial data to improve performance in:
Maritime transport players use spatial data to accurately monitor the movements of cargo ships, port activity, and infrastructure.
Ocean surveillance and detection of unusual activities are all the more critical as maritime transport is still the most widely used means of transporting goods and natural resources.
The agricultural world is experiencing a profound transformation with the development of precision farming, which is revolutionizing food production and supply chain management.
Geospatial data plays a major role in this process, enabling the monitoring of agricultural production declarations by authorities funding European public policies, and the promotion of sustainable agriculture to reduce the use of fertilizers. They serve major players as well as small farms around the world by providing them with decision support tools.
The analysis of high precision spatial data and indoor positioning helps mapping and monitoring human activity in both urban and rural areas. With access to these data, governments and public bodies can address challenges like:
"An MIT survey of 1,000 AI leaders and experts from around the world indicates that two-thirds (66%) of companies are willing to share their data with other external organizations to help develop new approaches, products or value chains using AI. "
Dawex advises public and private organizations on how to build their data exchange strategy, organize data circulation inside or outside their company, and become the orchestrator of their data ecosystem.