Improving Safety in Conflict Zones

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About Lanterne

Over the last decade, more than 3,000 humanitarian workers were killed, injured or kidnapped in conflict zones.

Lanterne uses open source information, precision GPS technology and high-resolution satellite images to help international workers and organisations based in conflict zones to navigate safely. It leverages advances in big data and machine learning to give people high-quality, precise and timely information on conflict so they can make informed decisions about their safety.

Our mission is to save lives and enable humanitarian aid and development in the world’s most dangerous places.

Lanterne is a grant recipient from the European Union's Big Data Corridor Program, the University of Oxford, the London School of Economics and Political Science, the European Space Agency's Business Incubation Center, and Santander.

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