Logistics within the next century will be defined by a massive increase in contextual data — from precise, up-to-the-minute weather forecasts, to door-to-door tracking across all oceans and remote territories of the planet.
These new applications will be delivered using novel approaches to remote sensing from low earth orbit. They will offer truly global context in near real-time and put decision makers into the driver’s seat with certainty, where today there are risks and wide-ranging probabilities.
Chris Wake is the head of business operations for Spire, the satellite-powered data company. He joined Spire as its first non-founder in early 2013, and has worked on many areas of its development from initial customer identification to expansion abroad. Prior to joining Spire, Wake spent time working in venture capital, and assisted a selection of early stage technology companies in scaling. He holds an MBA from the University of Oxford, and his work has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, and Wired, among others.
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