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Our work

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How we create value

A complete solution

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Our technology autonomously identifies rooftops for biosolar + storage viability. We'll know where to start before anyone steps foot on your property

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Our vetted network of expert installers have over 40 years of experience with green roof, solar, and storage systems. From bids to maintenance, we cover it all

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With our integrated analytics platform, you have visibility into the green performance of your entire portfolio, whether that’s one property or one thousand

NYCEDC - Brooklyn Army Terminal (BAT)

80 58th Street

Brooklyn, NY

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DirtSat is working with the NYCEDC to build a biosolar pilot at the Brooklyn Army Terminal as part of the NYCEDC efforts to test new technologies and unlock solutions for global climate challenges. NYCEDC accepts applications for companies that are strategically aligned with NYCEDC’s industry development and real estate portfolio management objectives.

Olin College of Engineering

1000 Olin Way

Needham, MA

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DirtSat is working with Olin College of Engineering to develop a biosolar roof on the Campus Center. Building selection and structural review completed. Development spring 2024.

Top Leaf Farms - Deep Medicine Circle

5110 Telegraph Ave.

Oakland, CA

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We continued our partnership with Top Leaf farms on an urban renewal project in Oakland, CA. The 38k sf rooftop farm not only supplied produce for area residents, but also partnered with Whole Foods to deliver fresh local produce for in-store purchase. DirtSat measured and monitored plant growth, tracked hyper local weather and related crop impacts, combined with satellite data and on-site IoT soil measurements. Delivering deeper quantitative measurements helped Deep Medicine Circle promote their "food is medicine" ethos.

Bluma Farms

2201 Dwight Way

Berkeley, California

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Our first urban rooftop collaboration with Bluma Flower Farm and Top Leaf Farms in Berkeley, CA. We validated our data capture using battle-tested IoT sensors and satellite data to measure and monitor crop health, solar radiation, the water table, and several other data points. We gained valuable insights into the potential of adapting AgTech to urban environments, while providing new data to urban growers.

Tenderloin Neighbourhood Development Corporation

222 Taylor St

San Francisco, California

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Partnering with Top Leaf Farms and the TNDC, DirtSat’s second rooftop farm demonstration project performed comprehensive rooftop crop health benchmarking and monitoring via geospatial assets and IoT sensors. Data and analytics provided near-real time feedback on several key metrics including temperature, solar radiation, evapotranspiration, and water balance, allowing the TNDC staff to gain deeper insights into microclimate effects and resource utilization.

Brooklyn Grange Farms

Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn, New York

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Partnering with Brooklyn Grange Farms, the world’s largest rooftop soil farms, DirtSat’s rooftop demonstration projects provided comprehensive rooftop crop health benchmarking and monitoring via geospatial assets and IoT sensors. Monitoring took place at three rooftop locations in Long Island City, Sunset Park, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Data and analytics provided comprehensive feedback on several key metrics, allowing the Grange staff to gain deeper insights into microclimate effects and plan efficient resource utilisation across their NYC rooftop farms.

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