TellusLabs

TellusLabs combines decades of satellite imagery with a machine learning platform to answer critical, time-sensitive economic and environmental questions. The Company's technology allows TellusLabs data scientists to go from concept to a customer-ready signal at an unprecedented pace. 
StateClosed
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyIndigo Agriculture
HQBoston, US
Founded2016
Websitetelluslabs.com
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
TellusLabs was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Boston, US

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Key People/Management at TellusLabs

David Potere

David Potere

CEO | Co-Founder
Mark Friedl

Mark Friedl

CSO | Co-Founder
Greg Allen

Greg Allen

Head of Product
Matt Beckwith

Matt Beckwith

Head of Field Insights
Rob Braswell

Rob Braswell

Sr. Remote Sensing Scientist
Subit Chakrabarti

Subit Chakrabarti

Remote Sensing Scientist
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TellusLabs Office Locations

TellusLabs has offices in Boston and Cambridge
Boston, US (HQ)
21 Drydock Ave
Cambridge, US (HQ)
One Broadway, 1 Broadway
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TellusLabs Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2016

Total Funding

$3.1 m

Investors

In total, TellusLabs had raised $3.1 m. TellusLabs is a subsidiary of Indigo Agriculture

TellusLabs Cybersecurity Score

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A

97/100

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TellusLabs Online and Social Media Presence

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TellusLabs Blogs

Three new models: Ukraine corn and Canada corn and soy

Today, we’re expanding our model coverage of global food supply by announcing the launch of three new yield forecast models: one for Ukraine corn and a pair for Canada corn and Canada soy. These new models are now live in the Kernel product.More

TellusLabs Pro Farmer Crop Tour 2018

At TellusLabs, our use of satellite imagery often keeps us up above the clouds. Last week, four members of the team embarked on the Pro Farmer Crop Tour to get their boots dirty while seeing how crops are doing on the ground. More

Bean to Satellite to Cup: The New Journey of Coffee

Researchers predict that   by 2050, climate change could reduce the amount of ground usable to grow coffee in Latin America by up to 88 percent. In order to combat the effects of global warming, coffee must expand to new regions--and fast.More

The Missing Step in Modelling: Bias Correction

With the US growing season in full swing, a range of private companies and government organizations are using various data and modelling techniques to predict the outcome of the harvest. At TellusLabs, our crop yield models are made from a variety “ingredients” - primarily reflectance data from sate…

USDA August 2018 Report - Summary

Today, the USDA released its August Crop Production Report, which included forecasts for the end-of-season US corn and soy yield. Once again we are out of consensus...More

Upcoming USDA NASS August Report

On August 10 at noon ET,  NASS will release its updated crop production report. The August report is often considered the most climactic event of the reporting season, due to the comprehensive look at crop trends in the U.S. and worldwide.More
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TellusLabs Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was TellusLabs founded?

    TellusLabs was founded in 2016.

  • Who are TellusLabs key executives?

    TellusLabs's key executives are David Potere, Mark Friedl and Greg Allen.

  • How many employees does TellusLabs have?

    TellusLabs has 4 employees.

  • Who are TellusLabs competitors?

    Competitors of TellusLabs include Decisive Analytics, Princeton Satellite Systems and Davidson Technologies.

  • Where is TellusLabs headquarters?

    TellusLabs headquarters is located at 21 Drydock Ave, Boston.

  • Where are TellusLabs offices?

    TellusLabs has offices in Boston and Cambridge.

  • How many offices does TellusLabs have?

    TellusLabs has 2 offices.