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Sustainable supply chains: ✔ Enabled. ✔ Tracked. ✔ Verified.


We provide agricultural supply chain operators with fast, reliable, and cost-effective environmental monitoring. Meet your sustainability goals, and comply with regulations like EUDR.

Let us put space technology to work for you.

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At Trade in Space, we understand how difficult it is to get your supply chains in order, especially when minimising your carbon footprint is a top priority every step of the way. We also know how daunting it can be to prove your compliance with sustainability regulations like EUDR.

The good news is, helping you figure all this out is what we’re all about.

We combine the global reach of geospatial satellite data with the traceability of blockchain technology to help you: 

  • • Track your supply chain from farm to fork
  • • Monitor land use and halt deforestation
  • • Evaluate carbon levels and protect biodiversity
  • • Assess crop health and pest and disease risk
  • • Provide complete transparency in your ESG reporting

When you work with us, you get more than a piece of software or a hands-off consultant. At Trade in Space, we work with our clients to build solutions collaboratively. If you need something we don’t already offer, we’ll find a way to get the data you needYou’ll soon think of us as a trusted partner who’ll bend over backwards to help you navigate a changing environment, changing rules, changing targets – our changing world

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"One of the most exciting companies operating at the intersection of Earth Observation and Blockchain technologies"


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    Deforestation and land use

    In today’s world, protecting your business goes hand in hand with protecting our forests. Respond to changes quickly by monitoring high-risk areas with real-time data on where and when deforestation and land use change is happening
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    Carbon monitoring

    Get a complete picture of ongoing carbon sequestration and biomass change throughout your supply chain. Use our estimates to tailor your Scope 3 Emissions plan and smash your net-zero targets.
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    Crop health and vulnerability

    Our targeted, site-specific crop health insights help take the guesswork out of farming. Anticipate pest and disease outbreaks, assess frost damage, allocate resources for maximum benefit, and improve your yield forecasts.
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    EUDR Compliance

    Our solutions can map and monitor the production and trade of all commodities covered by the EU regulations on deforestation-free products, including coffee, cacao, cattle, palm oil, rubber, soya, and wood, as well as their derived products. We also have extensive experience with maize and sugar producers


  • Countries surveyed

  • points and polygons verified

  • Ha of farm land monitored

  • OUR PRODUCTS: Sustainimaps + Digitrak

    Sustainimaps is a visualisation and reporting tool that provides access to blockchain-ready, sustainability-relevant data products to improve asset management, monitor progress toward commitments, and provide complete supply chain transparency, no matter where you are in the world.

    Digitrak uses mobile technology to allow new data to be collected and incorporated on the ground, straight from your remotest farm, using integrated open-source maps. Survey assets, collect geolocation data, and track the journey of commodities right down to their micro-lot of origin.

    The two apps work together seamlessly. Data collected remotely is sent to our cloud and can be viewed in near real-time by your reporting team at HQ. Our products are easily and securely integrated via API to your internal supply chain management system

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    Sustainimaps + Digitrak


  • Embracing the Basics
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    Embracing the Basics

    Embracing the Basics Sometimes in the discourse of EUDR compliance, it’s easy for us to lose sight of some of the simpler aspects of our products which we take for granted. Here are some of the features of Sustainimaps which we sometimes forget to shout about:

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  • Access to Transactionable Insights® Through Open Source Data and Technology

    For agricultural supply chains, data reigns supreme. Yet, amidst the vast landscape of information, accessing the right data and using it for informed decision-making is a problem for commodities importers and stakeholders alike. The abundance of affordable and open-source geospatial data and analytics introduces both opportunity and challenge – the answers are within grasp, provided you have access to data analysts specialising in geospatial analytics and environmental impact, who understand the data they’re looking at.

  • Evidence of Smallholders Losing Access to Market

    African Smallholders Lose Access to Market The EUDR legislation poses a significant challenge for smallholder farmers, particularly in Africa. It's not deforestation on their farms that's causing the problem, but rather the lack of infrastructure, connectivity, and preparedness. Even though the legislation hasn't been fully enacted, evidence suggests that purchases of African coffee from smallholder farmers are already on the decline as African coffee exporters are witnessing the repercussions as contracts for coffee sales are being awarded to better-resourced countries like Brazil. This is especially concerning for countries like Ethiopia and Uganda, where the majority of coffee farming is done by smallholders. Ethiopia, in particular, heavily relies on the European Union (EU) market for its coffee exports, with approximately 5 million families dependent on this trade. Reuters has pointed out that any disruption in market access will have significant social consequences for the country.

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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.

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