SenSat is a geospatial technology startup that uses AI to create digital representations of real-world locations.
SenSat turns complex visual and spatial data into a real time simulated reality that helps computers solve real world problems.
SenSat was founded in 2015 by James Dean and Harry Atkinson. The company is headquartered in London, UK, with an additional office in San Francisco, California.
SenSat builds technology to translate the real world into a version understandable to AI. This helps offline industries analyse their environments to learn how things work and improve the way we make decisions.
SenSat's product, Mapp®, is an easy to use, cloud based digital twin platform that allows teams working in physical environments to interact with their workplaces digitally. It allows offline industries - such as Infrastructure – to interact with their workplaces digitally for the first time. This enables the company to automate manual workflows and make better, more informed decisions based on real world data.
SenSat's vision is to build the third platform – an intelligent eco-system that translates the real world into a version understandable to AI. On this platform, all things and places will be machine-readable, subject to the power of algorithms to allow us to analyse and better understand the world in which we live.
SenSat's Mapp has more than 30 international infrastructure companies using it now. As part of a project with Murphy Group for the U.K. National Grid, SenSat digitized a 52 km underground transmission line as a part of the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm project, resulting in reducing time on site by 200%, it claims.
SenSat is backed by Tencent, Sistema Venture Capital and Innovate UK. The company raised $10M from a "Series A" financing on Oct 1, 2019. The latest round brings SenSat's total funding to $14.2M to date.