Raising technology
for a sustainable future

Daitem builds and cultivates innovative data-driven systems to accelerate the transition to a regenerative, equitable economy.

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Services

Product Development

We design, architect, and build scalable systems that enable access to earth systems data.

  • Sensor development and validation
  • Satellite and remote-sensing data integration
  • Cloud-enabled data pipeline engineering
  • Mapping and web application development
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Analytics & Modeling

We build high-performance models and analyses from traditional and geospatial data streams.

  • GIS and geospatial analyses
  • Machine-learning model development
  • Experimental data analysis

Consulting

We provide scientific, technical, and project management services to help your project grow and succeed.

  • Experimental design and review
  • Project planning and architecture
  • Code Review and Assessment
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About

Our Work

We have extensive experience working with private and governmental clients, including the agencies below. Please Contact Us for a list of past projects and references.

NASA
NASA
NASA
NASA

Mission

Driven

Never before has so much data been available. We are driven to develop tools to harness data and put them in the hands of the environmental research, conservation, sustainability, and ecosystem services communities.

Open

We believe in transparency and the communal benefit of open source software. We seek to develop open source tools whenever possible.

Committed

Global climate change is an issue of social and environmental justice. As a public benefit corporation we are committed to addressing the challenges of climate change adaptation and actively seek to support the sustainability community and our conservation mission. We strive to support equitable solutions that benefit whole communities and ecosystems.

Team

Claire Healy-Leavitt
Principal Scientist

Claire Healy-Leavitt

Claire is an earth scientist specializing in atmospheric sensing, in situ sensor development, and data science.

An experienced researcher in both academic and R&D settings, Claire is interested in democratizing data, and bringing technological tools to those who would use it for good. As a Ph.D. student, Claire developed and deployed novel instrumentation for measuring methane fluxes in arctic permafrost. Her current efforts involve applying machine learning techniques to geospatial data.

Outside of work, Claire supports a small flock of chickens and experiments with fermentation methods across all types of food.

Marc Shapiro
Principal Engineer

Marc Shapiro

Marc is a mechanical engineer with expertise in geospatial data processing, cloud-native analytics, and remote sensing.

With a diverse background in fluid mechanics, geospatial analytics, and mobile health-care, Marc is motivated to improve environmental monitoring and stewardship through intentional application of modern science, data, and technology. In previous roles, Marc lead the development of TabSINT, an open-source hearing assessment framework, and WeatherCitizen, a crowd-sourcing platform for environmental observations.

Apart from work, Marc plays music in bluegrass groups across New England and is a hobby mycologist.