Remote Sensing Company Wildsense Joins as OFP Validator
Wildsense is a remote sensing company with operations in Europe and Central America. The firm specializes in the use of remote sensing technologies, including satellite and AI models, to monitor the health of forest projects. Founded in December 2020, the company has since grown to a team of 14 full-time employees. As stated on their website, Wildsense uses “Cutting-edge satellite imagery to verify forest cover on a monthly basis and field data to verify that our projects adhere to the four principles defined by the Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets & the IPPC.”
Wildsense’s experience in modern remote sensing technologies as they apply to forestation projects will be invaluable as an OFP project validator. The firm anticipates that, through its collaboration with OFP, it will be able to validate more forest projects from all over the world, expanding its reach and impact on the climate, nature, and biodiversity.
“Wildsense has been working for over a year using cutting edge remote sensing technology and we’re delighted to contribute this technology to reforestation projects all over the world.” Thibault Sorret, CEO and co-founder of Wildsense.
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