James is a technology entrepreneur fascinated by the way the world works. He founded SenSat in 2015 to enable the greatest step change since the internet; the digitisation of the physical world. SenSat allows computers to interact with the real world in their own language, making important information accessible to everyone.
James received a BSc from King's College London in Geography and a minor in Astrophysics from The University of California, Irvine. His speciality lies in Satellite Sensing and Earth monitoring where he worked with NASA's LandSAT and MODIS satellites. In addition he worked collaboratively with professors from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
SenSat digitises the world, recreating places and objects in incredible detail to render them into a virtual environment. Their data helps businesses move decision making from manual and physical to automated and digital. Awarded 'Innovation of the Year' by Construction News, SenSat have supported over $600m in infrastructure builds in the civil and nuclear industries.
SenSat have created Mapp, a technology that allows anyone to interact with the digital world through a cloud based platform. Initially implemented for Nuclear power plants and road construction, the platform is designed to give engineers a real time digital copy of the world by visualising Internet of Things (IoT) sensor data on to a realistic 3D digital map.