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12 April, 2021

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Changing flight paths ‘cuts climate damage.’

The environmental impact of flying could be dramatically reduced by a technology company that will reroute aircraft to prevent them leaving ribbons of cloud in their wake.

12 April, 2021

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A British company is building software to eradicate contrails.

Rerouting planes to prevent them leaving cloud trails behind them could slash up to 60 PER CENT of climate impact per flight, scientists claim.

17 March, 2021

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Aircraft contrails are a climate menace. Can we rid the sky of them?

The wispy cloud trails left by aircraft cause more warming than the carbon emissions from their fuel. Now there might be a simple way to stop them forming.

12 April, 2021

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Changing flight paths ‘cuts climate damage.’

The environmental impact of flying could be dramatically reduced by a technology company that will reroute aircraft to prevent them leaving ribbons of cloud in their wake.

17 March, 2021

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Initial shortlist unveiled for Business Weekly Awards

SATAVIA applies AI, data analytics and atmospheric science to make aviation smarter and greener. Combining deep connections in the aviation ecosystem with an agile start-up culture, SATAVIA is able to scale quickly and adapt to new opportunities and partnerships. It works with leading players ranging from Microsoft to Airbus.

16 March, 2021

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SATAVIA-Dubai alliance to cut aviation’s climate impact by two-thirds

Cambridge aerospace company SATAVIA is to work with leading global aviation players after winning a coveted place in Aviation X Lab, a highly exclusive international incubator for green aviation initiatives.

20 January, 2021

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The Earth’s atmosphere has been modelled in Microsoft Azure as part of a project to tackle climate change caused by aviation

SATAVIA, a UK company that aims to prevent 60% of aviation’s climate impact – or 2% of all human-induced climate impact – has used Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to model the Earth’s atmosphere from ground-level to space.

20 January, 2021

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The Earth’s atmosphere has been modelled in Microsoft Azure as part of a project to tackle climate change caused by aviation, reports Microsoft

A UK company that aims to prevent 60% of aviation’s climate impact – or 2% of all human-induced climate impact – has used Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to model the Earth’s atmosphere from ground-level to space.

20 January, 2021

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Microsoft teams up with UK start-up to curb climate impact of aircraft contrails

Satavia claims better atmospheric forecasting using AI can eliminate or offset up to 60 per cent of aviation industry’s climate impact.

20 January, 2021

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The Earth’s atmosphere has been modelled in the cloud in a bid to tackle climate change caused by planes

A UK company that aims to prevent 60% of aviation’s climate impact – or 2% of all human-induced climate impact – has used Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to model the Earth’s atmosphere from ground-level to space.

1 December, 2020

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New SATAVIA hires boost aviation CleanTech mission

Cambridge aerospace startup SATAVIA has made significant new hires to accelerate progress towards its NetZero mission of eliminating 60 per cent of aviation-related climate change – or two per cent of human-induced climate change.

23 November, 2020

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Breaking into a highly regulated industry requires an expert team

Diverse and high-performing teams help startups produce products at speed says Adam Durant, Founder and CEO of Satavia, finalist for the Eagle Labs Innovation Award 2020.

11 November, 2020

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Exclusive: Meet the 50 highest-growth startups in the UK

A total 50 of the most promising high-growth tech firms in the UK have been named as the country’s top scaleup companies by tech group Silicon Valley Comes to the UK (SVC2UK).

21 October, 2020

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Movin’On and the Solar Impulse Foundation Announce the First Achievements of their Partnership to Accelerate the Development of Sustainable Mobility Solutions

Within this new partnership, experts from both organizations have identified five concrete and innovative solutions. Selected from the Movin’On ecosystem, they are now labeled #EfficientSolution by the Solar Impulse Foundation.

15 October, 2020

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Women in Mobility — A snapshot of the interview with Joelle Garden, Aerospace Engineer & Delivery Manager at SATAVIA 🛬

Joelle Garden is an Aerospace Engineer and the Delivery Manager for Cambridge aviation startup SATAVIA. After completing her Masters in Aerospace Engineering, Joelle went straight into industry and after a very successful career in industry, she joined SATAVIA earlier this year.

14 October, 2020

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Introducing: The 32 companies joining Applied AI 2.0

SATAVIA is one of the 32 companies who have been selected to join Applied AI 2.0, Tech Nation’s growth programme for tech companies with artificial intelligence at their core. Now in its second year, Applied AI 2.0 forms part of the UK Government’s AI Sector Deal, supported by the Office for AI.

14 October, 2020

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Cambridge quartet chosen for elite AI programme

SATAVIA, alongside three other Cambridge companies have been hand-picked for an elite UK programme designed to propel scaleups in the Artificial Intelligence sector to potential unicorn status accorded to private companies valued at more than $1 billion.

07 October, 2020

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47 new solutions and only 270 until #1000solutions!

SATAVIA is one of the 47 new solutions achieving labelled status with the Solar Impulse Foundation in September 2020.

They’re getting close to achieving their challenge of labelling #1000solutions that protect the environment in a financially profitable way with only 270 until to go and 730 in the portfolio. Check out the 47 newly labeled solutions.

30 September, 2020

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The Aviation Industry Capitalizes On Data

How three innovative tech start-ups use global flight tracking data to navigate market uncertainties and enhance solution capabilities.

Under the pressures of uncertainty and budget constraints, businesses across the aviation sector can use data to make evidence-based decisions and optimize operations for cost savings. Three success stories demonstrate how data helped companies tackle complexities and come out on top.

15 September, 2020

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Cleantech Disruptors — An Interview with Satavia’s CEO, Adam Durant and CSO, Nick Bray

In brightsmith’s Cleantech Disruptors interview we discuss how the company was born out of an idea Adam had whilst working on the aftermath of the Icelandic volcano eruption, making aircraft engines more efficient, their decision intelligence technology — DECISIONX, the ways they can make a difference in defence, keeping sustainability at the top of the aviation agenda and the need for innovation in aerospace. 🛫✈🚁🛬

24 July, 2020

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Recover, together, stronger: How a data alliance can aid our economic recovery

Article by the UK Government Geospatial Commission showcasing how the Emergent Alliance, a not-for-profit collaboration, is sharing data, expertise and resources to work together to aid economic recovery from COVID-19 impacts.
SATAVIA is a founding member and initiated the Aviation Challenge within the Emergent Alliance, supporting economic recovery in the aviation industry

15 July, 2020

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Smarter and greener aviation supported by ESA BIC UK

Satavia makes aviation ‘smarter’ and greener by providing environmental data and analytics that can be used by aircraft operators, manufacturers and maintenance companies to reduce damage to aircraft engines and components.

8 July, 2020

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20 YEARS TO 12 WEEKS: British manufacturers unite to build ventilators for the NHS

Microsoft article on Ventilator Challenge UK, in which SATAVIA applied its data scientist expertise in the fight against COVID-19, rapidly developing forecasting models for the COVID-19 pandemic to predict how many ventilators could be required at the peak in the UK and USA.

3 June, 2020

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Meet the EUSP2020 top 50 startups!

Following weeks of rigorous scrutiny by our 50 evaluators, we have now shortened the original list (of 550 applicants) to our top 50 performers! This list gives an overview of the future of mobility, bringing together Europe’s best startups; those who hold the promise for new, green, connected, inclusive and sustainable technology. They come from all mobility sectors and are about to revolutionise transport as we know it!

23 April, 2020

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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

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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.

4 December, 2019

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Current and future developments
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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.

21 November, 2019

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SATAVIA’s €1.9m European Space Agency project will boost AI in aviation

Aerospace intelligence company SATAVIA has launched a €1.9million European Space Agency (ESA) project to showcase its capability with aerospace partners.

20 November, 2019

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SATAVIA leads €1.9m aerospace venture for ESA

Cambridge-based aviation innovator SATAVIA is launching a €1.9 million 18-month demonstration project backed by the UK Space Agency and the European Space Agency.

20 November, 2019

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Safer, smarter flying.
Is this a new era for aviation?

Environmental data intelligence startup SATAVIA needed financial help and mentorship to turn its unique business idea into a reality.

24 September, 2019

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SATAVIA are finalists in the Cofinitive #OnetoWatch

Cambridge Independent have announced the finalists in the Science and Technology Awards 2019 and we are delighted to be supporting the #SciTechAwards once again this year.

23 April, 2019

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SATAVIA featured on the “The Killer 50″ Ones to Watch”

SATAVIA has developed a patented software platform to make aviation smarter, and enablie customers to increase cost base efficiency and drive up profitability through more successful decision-making and risk analysis.

7 March, 2019

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SATAVIA featured in the #21toWatch campaign

People, companies and the ‘things’ they create, across Cambridge and the East of England are setting the standards in innovation and entrepreneurship across the globe. #21toWatch is a dedicated campaign to showcase and highlight the maybe lesser known, recognising those exciting new entries across all market sectors, and celebrating the very best work going on today in the region. 

28 October, 2018

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British Airways’ parent group books SATAVIA’s flying service

The aviation sector is set to become more financially and environmentally efficient as SATAVIA’s decision intelligence technology is adopted by carriers.

3 October, 2018

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SATAVIA chosen as one of the “Hangar 51 finalists”

International Airlines Group (IAG) has chosen 10 finalists to join its third Hangar 51 global accelerator programme in collaboration with British Airways, Avios and IAG Cargo.

September, 2018

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Satellite Applications Catapult case study

SATAVIA offers decision intelligence for aviation to reduce the financial impact of aircraft maintenance and flight operations in atmospheric contaminants like dust, air pollution and volcanic ash.

17 August, 2017

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UK start-up makes aircraft smarter, safer and greener, thanks to space technology.

SATAVIA, a space tech start-up at the European Space Agency’s Business Incubation Centre at Harwell (ESA BIC Harwell) is making aircraft smarter, safer and more environmentally friendly, by helping aircraft manufacturers and operators to save millions in unscheduled maintenance every year.

30 June, 2017

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SATAVIA was featured in the 2017 Tällt Ventures list which celebrates the businesses with the most potential to influence, change or create new global markets.

The DISRUPT 100 is an annual index celebrating the businesses with the most potential to influence, change or create new global markets. The report tracks the world’s most disruptive businesses, compiled and curated by the world’s leading entrepreneurs, investors and business people.

17 October, 2016

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When Adam Durant started his company analyzing climate-related threats to aircraft, SATAVIA, he and his team of researchers symbolized the possibilities offered by the European Union.