Laconic’s innovative SADAR domain awareness platform delivers environmental insights to protect, restore, and sustain our natural environment.
At Laconic we understand that knowledge is power – but want it to embody a particular kind of power that enables decisions to be made for the benefit of all mankind, now and in the future.
With the correct application and integration of modern sensing technologies and data analysis platforms, our deep gaps in ocean knowledge can be filled so that we can address the biggest threats to both marine and terrestrial life. To address these gaps, SADAR collects Essential Ocean Variables (EOVs) to deliver actionable insights and facilitate enforcement and development activities that address many of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including SDG 14, which directs us to:
Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
As we face the urgent cascading threats of climate change and ecosystem collapse, it has become a necessity to better understand the systems that regulate the natural world, especially our oceans, which cover 71% of our planet’s surface yet remain mostly unexplored and misunderstood.
Our oceans may well be Earth’s primary climate regulator and are an immense repository of valuable energy resources and biodiversity, with many new species being discovered every year.
All Domain Sensing
Laconic has developed a Sentient All Domain Autonomous Response (SADAR) system that enables massive scale sensing of air, land, surface and subsurface domains.
SADAR is a proprietary distributed Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform for domain awareness and decision support.
SADAR is employed to protect marine wildlife while seeking to support eco innovative food sources, and prevent Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing.
Our approach to ecology security provides numerous benefits to maritime agencies and other relevant stakeholders and involves a comprehensive Ocean Pledge to protect, restore and sustain the health of our oceans.
having to operate with little human control
all operating environments
having the power of perception by senses/sensors
a decision to act
Learn more about our approach
We believe the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) is the best chance we have to protect, restore, and sustain our oceans through delivering Essential Ocean Variable (EOVs) in an integrated decision support environment.