OxEO derives insight by the distributed downscaling of a massive corpus of remote sensing imagery. OxEO is agnostic to sensing platforms and can establish risk baselines informed by 35 years of observations.
OxEO has expertise in the fundamentals of environmental, social, and governance risk and delivers insights based on observed data not proxied by estimates or reporting.
OxEO develops forward-looking perspectives on risk using the best available science applied to observed data covering relevant climate and development scenarios.
Alex directs a research programme at the University of Oxford's Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. A former fund manager, he has over 25 years of practitioner experience in industry. Alex holds master’s and doctoral degrees from Oxford; his research interests include water risk, energy, infrastructure, impact investment, and geospatial analysis. Alex has a track record of building businesses that provide insight to investors and companies.
Lucas is a geospatial data scientist researching topics in sustainable finance. He has built several web applications and has led several entrepreneurial projects. He is completing a DPhil in Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford, and holds certificates in deep learning and machine learning, an MSc with Distinction from Imperial College London, and a BEng from McGill University