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Solutions for Planet Earth

Imagine you could have a conversation with Earth - an AI that allows us to hear the voice of nature. 

ÆRTH is an Earth AI for Impact. 


Our planet is one interconnected biosphere, yet our data is not.  In order to assess impact within a complex, intra-dependent and dynamic system, we need models that do such a system justice.


The ÆRTH AI connects satellite observations with proprietary, high frequency ground-based environmental data, giving us a powerful, unprecedented level of insight into the patterns of our planet. 

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“ÆRTH fills a serious gap in climate sciences. Its unique approach fills a significant gap in our understanding of Earth’s complex systems. As someone deeply invested in space and AI, I see ÆRTH as a critical step towards more informed and impactful environmental solutions.”


Newton H. Campbell Jr., Ph.D.

Director of Space Programs at the Australian Remote Operations for Space and Earth (AROSE)

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“ÆRTH aggregating, standardising and disseminating global in situ Earth observations represents a revolution in the field of Earth sciences - presenting an immense value to scientific institutions and governmental agencies worldwide.”

Dr. J. T. Raeger

NASA/ Jet Propulsion Laboratory 

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“ÆRTH’s vision for shared human responsibility and solutions for the planet is deeply aligned with my thinking of unifying humanity towards its betterment.”

Jack Healey
Former executive director of Amnesty International USA & Live Aid concert tours with U2, The Police, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen, and Tracy Chapman

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“ÆRTH is the missing piece we needed to develop a comprehensive and holistic understanding of our global and local environmental systems.”

Jurgen Valckenaere
Marine Scientist at the University of Western Australia within the Wernberg Lab and the UWA Oceans Institute

ÆRTH Partners

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