Sustainable cultivation is out of this world.



Our mission is to empower the next generation of remote sensing applications at scale. In a world of small satellites, IoT, and robotics, we make sure our tools integrate cleanly to provide clear and rapid insights to businesses. We know how to operate this system at scale to empower people. An active world of sectors enabled by remote sensing business is already rapidly developing.



Spaceflight software for developers that rapidly and easily build algorithms to solve problems of situational awareness and resource management are available for your farm network. Our software and control operations are layered over planning and reasoning AI, so that our software becomes an interoperable platform across people, places, and things. This design choice allows spaceflight engineers and missions control to build and execute applications that scale down the stack to the very user.



Feeling as though corporate providers you depend on don't have your best interests in mind? Maybe it's time to switch to Starlight.

Starlight can deploy machine learning to various stages of your application stack to power the activities of analysts and users, creating more capable business-as-usual. Machine learning can provide measurement of staffer activity, add partial or complete automation of tasks, annotate data layers, and organize the people you depend on. Machine learning augmented applications make business-as-usual with lower cost, more ease, and less work..


Worldwide Agriculture at a Personal Scale

NASA and USGS climatologists have been predicting food crop yield, crop diagnostics, and crop hazards from satellite imagery and data maps for decades and publishing their methods.

The archives of NASA and ESA imagery stretch back more than 30 years in some cases. Public archives of academic and government algorithms give a lot of power to those who know how to use them.


Commercializing Beyond Analytics: Insights and Prescriptions

Little-known investment vehicles based on objective observations boiled down to an asset-level, farm-level, or regional-level index have the incentive structure to revolutionize agriculture, shipping, urban land and logistics.

Information and communication technologies inform a worldwide network of farmers about agricultural innovations, weather conditions, input availability, financial services and market prices, and connecting to buyers.