Lens for Carbon

Easy, turnkey reforestation and carbon monitoring, powered by Salo Sciences

  • Conduct remote site evaluation & digital MRV: Monitor planting, regrowth, improved forest management, and avoided conversion projects with regular, high resolution imagery and frequent updates on vegetation and water from a range of public and commercial remote earth observation sources, no geospatial expertise required. 
  • Access industry-leading forest data: Leverage quarterly high-resolution tree canopy, tree height, and above-ground carbon data derived using Salo Sciences’ proprietary Forest Observatory satellite-based modeling technology. Track survivorship of saplings and mature trees with individual tree counts. 
  • Receive alerts on potential issues: Receive automated vegetation change alerts due to deforestation, fire, pest and disease impacts, and storms. 
  • Easily generate reports: Create transparency for credit buyers and project partners through one-click report generation and the latest imagery of your sites.
  • Leverage expert third-party analysis: Reduce monitoring time and provide an external perspective on your portfolio.

Use the Analyze Area tool in the Lens for Carbon interface to summarize change over time to Salo's aboveground carbon, canopy cover, and canopy height layers.

Powering real-world impact

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Lens is a web-based application enabling easy and efficient remote monitoring of conservation, reforestation, and restoration projects. Lens saves time and money by aggregating satellite, aerial, and environmental data into a powerful workflow for collaborative monitoring.

Salo Sciences’ proprietary Forest Observatory modeling technology provides regularly-updated mapping of fundamental forest and vegetation attributes at individual-tree scale allowing high-resolution, precise estimates and monitoring of above ground biomass, carbon, and tree counts.

Lens in action

Upstream Tech and Salo Sciences Announce Partnership
Allegra Wrocklage
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July 8, 2021

Upstream Tech and Salo Sciences Announce Partnership

Remotely Tracking Forest Conditions with Lens
Allegra Wrocklage
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September 13, 2021

Remotely Tracking Forest Conditions with Lens