for sustainable minerals exploration

Satellites generate terabytes of data daily and we build solutions utilizing AI capable to process it and provide high precision insights with the highest cost-efficiency

Data sources

To follow our goal we look for opportunities from open data first, which helps to optimize costs of any research or exploration and make any experiment viable.

Copernicus mission

Satellites provide a huge amount of open data UV visual Infrared and SWIR also C band Radar SAR and Polarymentry is available.


The most commonly used NASA satellite provides great correction data as high-quality thermal imaging of Earth.


The methods of detecting microseepages are not innovative by themselves. The entire oil & gas industry started with detecting signs of oil and gas caused features detectable from the surface and the first exploration practice started early XX century.

The recent introduction of remote sensing methods (2010-2019) and AI (ML) in 2020-2021 allowed us to bring it to a new level of fast and accurate prediction on potential Oil and Gas deposits with very limited costs.


Besides classical snapshot analysis utilizes timescale - where the same analyses are performed onset of historical shots, the results are cross-verified with one another providing outstanding accuracy. This allows AI to learn to detect features of microseepage automatically which makes it easy to scale.


The majority of

Modern exploration methods

Detecting features that can be a sign for oil deposit formation like geomagnetic or gravimetry research, but those are not a sign of hydrocarbon presence.


success rate

Pollutioning risks
and deforestication


of data
can be proccesed

Limited scalability,
due to human resources

Beholder method

Detects the presence of minerals through geological features, which are a direct sign of minerals presence.


success rate

Accurate predictions
with no harm to the environment


of data
can be proccesed

Limitless scalability,
with up to 10 times cost efficiency

Data processing

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We can study any additional options
of remote sensing for you – so just ask.