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As part of the agreement, MBRSC will share data from the DMSat-1 satellite with the international space community.
The data from this satellite will be used for meteorology, environmental monitoring, urban planning, mineral exploration, and disaster management, among others.
The nanosat will provide agricultural monitoring as well as land use mapping to prevent calamities in the region.
The use of satellite technology will help to certify the amount of carbon absorbed by the trees over the years.
The satellite venture will also help improve weather forecasts used by the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority.
This is the first time the UN has selected a winner for an opportunity to access space in partnership with a private sector company.