We collect and explore data about the health of people, cities and our planet.
We are a non profit organization collecting, analyzing and visualizing data to advance the United Nation's Global Goals.
Step 1. Data collection through emerging technology
Example: Storm Water
Our sensors and partners collect raw data from all around the world.
Step 2. Crunching and Making Sense of the Data
The backend system does the heavy lifting, making the data available in an open API.
Step 3. Visualize and Find a Meaningful Context
The data can now be visualized and understood. See the examples.Planet Explorer
Millimeters of Storm Water Right Now in Stockholm0.59High for winter
Data to Change our World
By collecting, analyzing and visualizing data from citizens, cities, and land in one place, we create an open data ecosystem. The power of this collective data enables data scientists, R&D departments, visionaries, decision makers to explore data and quantify our planet, to advance our understanding of how we are living and planning for a sustainable future.
Understanding our Planet
We need your help in understanding how our planet works. You can donate your data or collect data for our data ecosystem. The more data we have about how we are living on our planet and how systems are interrelated, the more our community of AI researchers, developers and innovators can take a deep data dive and discover solutions to solve humanity’s greatest challenges. We can also learn how to be better stewards of the planet.
Sustainable cities and communities
Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
Life on land
Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.
17 Goals to Guide Us
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are a guiding light and framework for everything we do around data. We believe that data innovation can contribute to achieving and implementing the Global Goals, in particular, Goal 11, Sustainable Cities, Goal 13, Climate Action and Goal 15, Life on Land.
Let's see it in action.
We are always live
The current temperature (celsius) of the outdoor air. The circle indicates the temperature relative to the past 7 days.
The amount of water vapor in the air over time. At 100%, the air is incapable of holding any more water.