2021 EXIST Grant
We hope you have all had a healthy and productive start into the new year.
In 2020, founders Julian Kremers, Stefan Gönner, and Jakob Levin embarked on a mission to enable global climate action through data driven carbon sequestration. We called our endeavor Seqana.
2020 brought many milestones in pursuit of this mission including joining the Copernicus Accelerator Program, 2nd place in the ESA Copernicus Masters Competition, and the launch of our prototype platform: Seqana.Earth. Today, project developers can log onto our platform and easily identify degrading or non degrading landscapes for free! Feel free to check out our progress for yourself!
Now, as 2021 begins, we are excited to announce that Seqana has received seed funding from the German Ministry of Economics through an EXIST grant. Together with our Alma Mater, the Brandenburg Technical Institute, we have secured financial support to provide greater access to the power of remote sensing and machine learning for developers of Nature-based Climate Solutions.
If you have any questions about Seqana or would like to learn more about the work that we do feel free to contact Jakob@CQuest.ai directly!
We at Seqana are looking forward to a productive (and perhaps less eventful) 2021.