Passionate about great technology?

Interested in energy, the environment and climate action?

Join Kayrros, a fast-growing startup using satellite imagery and artificial intelligence to transform the world’s biggest industries

Kayrros is the leader in global environmental intelligence and asset observation technology. Applying AI and cutting edge geoanalytics to satellite imagery and ground-truth data, we are trusted to deliver critical intelligence on energy, climate and sustainability.



Kayrros is always looking to add talented people to reshape the future of energy and the environment by positively disrupting the world’s biggest industries. 


Join us to make a difference.




Kayrros is driven to make an impact at the intersection of energy and the environment by using its resources and its data to guide and inform the major decisions that the world must take.


Our success lies in the scientific excellence that is the foundation of our business and the driver of our innovation. We have a history of attracting world-class research partnerships.


Our people are motivated by the trust that Kayrros places in them to work autonomously and with full ownership of their task. Kayrros encourages our people to be who they want to be.




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