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Mar 19, 2024· 3 min, 7 sec Named #1 Most Innovative Logistics Company of 2024 by Fast Company

The world’s leading weather intelligence and climate adaptation platform joins the ranks of Nvidia, YouTube, Taco Bell, and more.

Boston, (March 19, 2024) — has been named to Fast Company’s prestigious list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies of 2024.

This year’s list shines a spotlight on businesses that are shaping industry and culture through their innovations. These organizations are setting new standards and achieving remarkable milestones in all sectors of the economy. Alongside the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies, Fast Company recognizes 606 organizations across 58 sectors and regions.

“The logistics industry is the backbone of the world economy, but increasingly volatile weather is having a devastating ripple effect across global supply chains,” said Shimon Elkabetz, CEO and Co-Founder of “ is the only company delivering an end-to-end solution, including our proprietary dataset, AI models, and weather translation technology, to predict the impact of weather on any supply chain, anywhere on the planet, empowering logistics leaders to adapt like never before.”

In the last 18 months, made history with the launch of Tomorrow-R1 and Tomorrow-R2, the first-ever commercial weather radar satellites, set to democratize access to critical weather data for the 5 billion people currently living outside of radar coverage.  

Since launch, the satellites have demonstrated impressive performance, showing results comparable to leading industry benchmarks, such as NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission, in various key metrics. also unveiled its revolutionary NextGen platform, an industry-first fusion of space-based observations, proprietary AI, deep learning, and neural networks, which is poised to redefine the boundaries of weather intelligence, delivering unparalleled insights to organizations worldwide.

Fast Company‘s editors and writers identified the companies driving progress around the world and across industries, evaluating thousands of submissions through a competitive application process. The result is a globe-spanning guide to innovation today, from early-stage startups to some of the most valuable companies in the world. Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies package is available online, as well as in-app form via iTunes, and on newsstands beginning March 26. The hashtag is #FCMostInnovative.

“Our list of the Most Innovative Companies is both a comprehensive look at the innovation economy and a snapshot of the business trends that defined the year,” said Fast Company editor-in-chief Brendan Vaughan. “We saw extraordinary innovation across the board in 2023, but we also saw a handful of clear patterns: the growing footprint and impact of AI, the triumphant return of live events, and great leaps forward in climate tech. We face daunting challenges on many fronts, but the solutions we celebrate in MIC give me plenty of hope about the future.”

Fast Company will host the Most Innovative Companies Summit and Gala on May 16. The summit features a morning and afternoon of inspiring content, followed by a creative black-tie gala, including networking, a seated dinner, and an honoree presentation. This event celebrates the Most Innovative Companies honorees and provides an inside look at cutting-edge business trends and what it takes to innovate in 2024. 


Supercharged by next-generation space technology, cutting-edge generative AI, and proprietary modeling capabilities, global leaders including JetBlue, Fox Sports, The United States Air Force, Ford, and Uber rely on to solve their weather and climate-related challenges. From innovative early warning systems to actionable insights, organizations can predict impact, mitigate risk, and ensure operational resilience with Join the weather intelligence revolution at


Fast Company is the only media brand fully dedicated to the vital intersection of business, innovation, and design, engaging the most influential leaders, companies, and thinkers on the future of business. Headquartered in New York City, Fast Company is published by Mansueto Ventures LLC, along with our sister publication Inc., and can be found online at

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