What we do
SATAVIA provides decision intelligence and actionable insight to make aviation smarter, cheaper and greener.
Flight-by-flight exposure analytics to manage the deterioration caused by flight operations in damaging environments.
Smarter fleet management to enable manufacturers and maintenance organisations to proactively minimise maintenance cost.
Fuel burn and
Engine performance optimisation to enable aircraft operators to reduce costs and fuel burn, and manage carbon emissions and offsets.
SATAVIA’s software technology, DECISIONX, is the industry-leading data analytics solution able to aggregate and validate multiple environmental, aircraft and operations datasets to provide independent, globally-consistent data intelligence on environmental contaminants for aviation.
SATAVIA’s vision is to reduce the climate impact of aviation by providing decision intelligence and actionable insight to aviation stakeholders. In line with this, the company’s sustainability vision is to ensure our platform is carbon neutral, so we have invested in building our technology in Microsoft Azure, which aims to be ‘carbon negative’ by 2030.
In the media
23 April, 2020
SATAVIA supports initiatives in fight against COVID-19
Cambridge-based sustainable technology business SATAVIA has been applying its data science expertise in the fight against COVID-19. SATAVIA is participating in the EMER2GENT initiative led by Rolls-Royce R2 Data labs and is a supporter of the industry-led Ventilator Challenge UK.
11 April, 2020
Aviation’s ‘singularity event’ underlines SATAVIA’s strengths
Aviation specialist SATAVIA has seen activity hard hit by the rapid collapse of the airline sector and has responded by adapting staffing arrangements and modifying its digital environmental intelligence platform to cater to the new dynamics of the industry.
Current and future developments
in the space sector
Lloyd’s case study
This new Lloyd’s report, published in association with London Economics, provides an overview of current and future developments in the space sector.