Supply Chain Monitoring for
EUDR Compliance

Kanop's satellite-driven solution empowers supply chain managers to monitor deforestation and forest degradation, to ensure compliance with the new EU deforestation regulation.
A measurement report of biomass generated by Kanop’s artificial intelligence.

Making EUDR compliance easy

Failure to comply can result in financial penalties amounting to 4% of revenue, along with significant reputational damage. Consistent and vigilant oversight of your supply chain become indispensable.

Farm registration in a click

Register farms and request analysis through the platform in a few clicks, or at scale using our API. Results are provided within 24 hours.

Low operational costs

Because our platform is fully automated, we are able to provide affordable prices no matter how much land you want to measure.

Automated monitoring

As an option, we provide monthly monitoring so you get updates when you need them and can go about your life stress free.

Multiple reporting formats

Export the results in the format that suits your need, whether that’s in CSV, PDF or as a data stream through the API.
Everything that you need to know about how Kanop can support you implementing EUDR compliance

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about the platform.
What are the due diligence requirements under the EUDR?
The EUDR requires operators to establish a due diligence system, ensuring that sourced commodities or products are deforestation-free and adhere to the legal standards of the production country. Operators are obliged to carry out risk evaluations, address significant risks, and provide a public report on their due diligence efforts.
Does your technology differentiate deforestation from degradation?
Yes, in accordance to the EU Deforestation Regulation, our technology can differentiate between deforestation and degradation.
What are the EUDR's traceability and transparency obligations?
The EUDR mandates operators to procure the geo-coordinates (latitude and longitude) for all land plots from which the commodities or products originated. Additionally, the date or timeframe of production or harvesting must be specified.
What is the EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR)?
Under the EUDR, any operator or trader who places commodities like soy, beef, palm oil, wood, cocoa, coffee, rubber on the EU market, or exports from it, must be able to prove that the products do not originate from recently deforested land or have contributed to forest degradation.
Can your solution differentiate between primary forests and planted forests?
Yes, our platform harnesses satellite imagery and AI to discern various types of forests, be it primary forests or plantations.

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