TRADE IN SPACE
We create traceable sustainability insights for agricultural supply chain by combing the global reach of satellite data and the power of distributed ledger technology.
WHO WE ARE
Trade in Space believe in enabling agricultural supply chains to be more ethical, sustainable and accessible using the most innovative space and blockchain technologies. We work with our clients to help them achieve the corporate sustainability policies.
We monitor land use change, deforestation and other metrics which are important to the production and trade of agricultural assets. Our tools are modular, which means we create bespoke solutions to provide our clients with the information they need to manage sustainability in their supply chains. By generating transactional intelligence to accompany agricultural goods through the supply chain we reduce friction in global trade and certify the sustainability of agriculture, and help our clients meet their commitments to the EU Deforestation Regulation.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Remotely Monitor SustainabilityTrade in Space helps organisations create and enact their due diligence obligations toward deforestation and other ESG policies.
Transactional InsightsTrade in Space provides valuable transactionable insights based on geospatial datasets covering farm assets and their environments. These insights can help shape sustainability policies of large agricultural trading businesses.
Preparing for Climate Change LegislationTrade in Space are monitoring the emerging legislative landscape surrounding climate change and sustainability passporting, and provides clients with support to meet their commitments.
The Right Tools for the JobTrade in Space understands the challenge in gathering field data, including farm location. We provide our clients with the tools to gather data for analysis, in some of the most remote growing regions.
OUR PRODUCT: Digitrak
Trade in Space developed digitrak to make data collection in the field easier! Available on Android, use Digitrak to collect and report data from the field either you can collect data as text strings or as geolocation tags which you can upload later when you have access to the internet.
Key features of the app include a light-weight communication protocol – upload is only a few 10s of kb. A barcode and QR code scanner to enable recognition of unique assets. And a location feature to enable you to upload field shapes and boundaries directly to Sustainimaps for further analysis with the rest of your team.
Combating Global Deforestation
Parliament Adopts New Law with Promising Implications for Businesses In a groundbreaking move to tackle global deforestation, the European Parliament has this year a new law aimed at addressing this urgent environmental concern. The legislation, which underscores the European Union's commitment to sustainability, not only emphasises the need for stricter regulations but also holds significant implications for businesses operating within the import and trade sectors. Here, we explore the key aspects of the new EU Deforestation Regulations and examine how Trade in Space, specifically through the use of innovative tools such as Sustainimaps and Digitrak, can assist importers and traders in meeting their sustainability requirements effectively.
Geospatial Analysis for Assessing Crop Health Risks Due to Climate Change
Geospatial Analysis for Assessing Crop Health Risks Due to Climate Change Sustainable living for everyone on Earth demands an in-depth knowledge of threats that threaten the food chain. Climate change poses particular risks to crops, making them susceptible to pests, diseases and temperature-related challenges. Recognising this urgency, Trade in Space's analyst team led an innovative project sponsored by Scottish Enterprise in order to assess crop health using advanced data layers and assess risk.
Deforestation in indirect supply chains
Deforestation in indirect supply chains The chocolate industry is a multibillion-dollar global business, with around 8 million metric tons consumed every year! With an ever-growing demand and pressures on supply and the environment, traceability is becoming a necessity.
GET A DEMO
Want to see how our apps can add value to your business by unlocking transactionable insights for your supply chain? Get in touch with us to request a demonstration of our software and we’ll reach out to discuss your needs.