Saving Lives
+ the Planet

African Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (AGIA) is an aerospace corporate focused on satellite remote sensing and big data analytics to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and deliver a better life to vulnerable people. We are dealing with critical challenges and vulnerability across sectors: from agriculture, disaster response to defense, from natural resources management, weather forecasting, to public health and more, we are committed to saving lives, improving livelihoods and climate resilience across Africa.

Human-Centric Solutions

We leverage the power of satellite remote sensing, drones and data analytics to deliver a better life to vulnerable people in Africa.


the future

Dozens of tech start-ups from across the African continent gathered in Paris from May 24 – 26, 2018, for the three-day VivaTech event which this year had a special Africa theme. Rwandan President Paul Kagame visited the event on Thursday and said it was an important opportunity to see how young people from African countries were already engaged and involved in the tech industry. The French Development Agency also announced a new 65 million euro fund to “strengthen its support to African start-ups”. RFI spoke to Richard Folly, chief executive officer, African Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (AGIA).

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