Our solutions

African Geospace builds high-quality, effective, and affordable space technology and data solutions for global pressing challenges.


Empowering every decision with satellite imagery and AI-driven operations

We empower our clients to harness the full potential of cutting-edge technologies. By leveraging the latest advancements in technology, including satellite imagery, and artificial intelligence, we provide our clients with the tools and insights they need to make informed decisions and drive success in their operations. With our tailored solutions and expert guidance, clients can navigate complex challenges with confidence and achieve their strategic objectives.


To optimize agricultural productivity, strategic timing for planting and harvesting crops is crucial. While, continuous daily monitoring of crop growth and health is essential, proactive measures, including predicting pest infestations and early detection of crop diseases, are necessary throughout the crop’s lifecycle. Analyzing soil composition, identifying nutrient deficiencies, and assessing moisture levels are vital to enhance growth conditions. This comprehensive approach leads to estimating crop yield and forecasting the season’s outcome, enabling informed decisions and efficient management strategies.

Instructors: Peter Price, Amber Willis, Samuel White

Climate change

Sustainability and resource management demand a multifaceted approach. Predictive analysis of weather patterns and climate variabilities enables to respond to natural disasters. Monitoring deforestation rates and changes in forest cover helps understand the evolving environmental landscape. Assessing the impact of human activities on biodiversity is crucial for preserving ecological balance. Additionally, selecting prime locations for solar and wind farm installation is pivotal, supported by mapping solar irradiance and wind speed to forecast energy production.


Mineral resource management involves several crucial aspects. Identifying potential mineral deposits for exploration, and mineral distribution, strategic planning and sustainable resource use are very important. Equally vital is detecting and mitigating illegal mining activities, enforcing regulations to protect resources and the environment.


The synergy between GIS and BIM has the potential to revolutionize AEC projects. This integration enables in-depth spatial analyses, creation of digital twins, and advanced 3D models. It supports urban digital transformation and innovation in city planning. This fusion also allows continuous monitoring of urban growth and changes in land use, providing insights for decision-making. It empowers the formulation and implementation of climate-resilient urban planning strategies for cities to thrive amidst environmental challenges.


Leveraging improved crop monitoring for eco-friendly maximum production

Climate change

Supporting disaster response
and sustainable natural resource management and protection


Applying new ways to optimize resource extraction and ensure sustainable operations

Urban systems

Utilizing City as a Service (CaaS) approach for innovative urban planning insights

Renewable energy

Supporting the energy transition to benefit both people and the Planet


Enhancing national security through modern geospatial-intelligence

Why City as a Service

City as a Service General


Data-driven, technology-enabled approach that integrates and optimizes urban services through a centralized platform or service provider.
General approach to urban planning that focuses on physical infrastructure and regulations.

Service Delivery

On-demand or subscription-based access to various urban services through a centralized platform.
Centralized planning and delivery of urban services through government agencies and departments.


Optimizes resource allocation, reduces redundancies, and promotes efficiency through data analytics and integration.
Relies on traditional infrastructure planning and management methods, which may have inefficiencies and redundancies.


Allows for personalized services and customization based on individual preferences and needs.
Services are generally standardized and may not offer much flexibility or customization.


Embraces technology and continuous innovation to adapt to changing needs and circumstances.
May take time to incorporate new technologies and innovations due to bureaucratic processes and regulations.


Focuses on sustainability by optimizing energy consumption, transportation systems, and waste management through data-driven solutions.
Sustainability considerations may vary and depend on the expertise and priorities of urban planners.


Facilitates collaboration and coordination among different stakeholders, including government agencies, businesses, and residents, through a centralized platform.
Collaboration may be limited to government agencies and departments, with less involvement of businesses and residents.


Informed by real-time data, analytics, and predictive modeling for effective decision-making.
Relies on historical data, expert knowledge, and traditional planning methods for decision-making.

User Experience

Emphasizes user-centric approach, offering convenience, customization, and personalized services.
User experience may vary based on the effectiveness of service delivery and planning decisions.


Offers flexibility in scaling services and adapting to changing urban needs and demands.
May have limitations in scaling services and adapting to rapidly changing urban environments.


Modern intelligence capabilities