June 9, 2022 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Yesterday, Ecopia AI briefed Canada’s Net-Zero Advisory Board on the subject of how a digital twin can help accelerate progress toward federal Net-Zero 2050 targets.
During this brief, we highlighted how high-precision vector maps (the foundation of a digital twin) can be leveraged to better understand the current state of the country, accelerate climate resilience initiatives, and monitor progress toward sustainability goals - including rooftop solar installations, tree canopy cover expansion, and improved flood mapping. These maps not only offer transformational data to support accelerated action and benchmarking, but can also provide unprecedented insights to help inform funding, policy, and governance decision-making.
The Net-Zero Advisory board was established in 2021 by the Federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change with the goal of supporting Canada in achieving its goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
For more information on the Net-Zero Advisory board, visit nzab2050.ca.
Jon Lipinski, Co-founder and President of Ecopia AI, at the briefing with Canada’s Net-Zero Advisory Board
About Ecopia AI Ecopia is on a mission to create a digital twin of the Earth. We leverage artificial intelligence to convert high-resolution imagery into high-definition (HD) Vector Maps. These maps form a digital representation of reality and are embedded into decision-making applications, offering unique insight at scale. Ecopia’s HD Vector Maps are leveraged for hundreds of commercial and government applications across over 100 countries around the world.
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