Matterport is the leading spatial data company focused on digitalising and indexing the built world. Their all-in-one 3D data platform enables anyone to turn a space into an accurate and immersive digital twin which can be used to design, build, operate, promote, and understand any space.
The initial task was to map the full Scope 1, 2, and 3 carbon footprint of Matterport, a complex endeavor given their global supply chain and diverse product applications. They required a platform capable of accurately mapping their supply chain, streamlining the data collection process, and providing discernible product-specific carbon footprints. Furthermore, they needed a solution that enabled footprint analysis down to the component level of products.
The subsequent step required sophisticated tools and expertise to build a model that could compare different emissions savings across various use cases, i.e., Scope 4 emissions.
Minimum responded to Matterport's needs by creating a digital twin of their carbon-producing activities and suppliers. This mirrored Matterport’s own business model of creating digital twins of the built environment.
For Matterport’s flagship product, the Pro 2, Minimum broke down the components into their specific materials, and paired this with best-in-class emission factors. This process resulted in a highly granular footprint that empowered Matterport to target and take action on their emissions hotspots.
Minimum's platform also provided product-level emissions data, covering 100% of inputs and materials used by weight-based calculations. This allowed Matterport to view their carbon footprint in an extremely detailed and actionable way.
Following the value chain emissions analysis, Minimum utilized its modeling expertise to develop avoided emissions scenarios for the use and creation of Matterport’s digital twins. The result was a Scope 4 emissions model showcasing emissions savings for different use cases, equipping Matterport with a comprehensive view of the CO2 savings associated with digital twins.
For instance, every digital twin created saves, on average, an emissions equivalent of 444 miles of car travel. This revelation highlighted the potential environmental benefits of Matterport's digitalization efforts.
As companies globally recognize the climate crisis and set ambitious Net Zero targets, the challenges of accurately and efficiently calculating a carbon footprint have become increasingly apparent. High-level, estimated, carbon footprint data isn’t sufficient to enable effective action.
Companies need solutions that offer granular insights in order to make decisive environmental decisions. Minimum’s Carbon Accounting Software allows organizations to automate these processes, enabling them to create more accurate baseline carbon footprints, with deep insight into their own operations, their supply chain, or specific products.
Armed with Minimum's Carbon Accounting Software, Matterport now has full ownership and oversight of their Scope 1, 2, and 3 carbon footprint. The insights generated by the software enable Matterport to not only understand the environmental impact of their operations but also the significant CO2 savings associated with the use of their digital twins. Matterport stands as a testament to the power of digitalization and data-driven decision making in the pursuit of a greener future.
Matterport needed a way to accurately calculate their full Scope 1, 2, and 3 carbon footprint.
They required a platform that could provide granular insights into their operations, supply chain, and specific products.
Matterport also needed a tool to develop avoided emissions scenarios for the use and creation of their digital twins.
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Minimum mapped out Matterport's organization and supply chain, creating a digital twin of their carbon-producing activities and suppliers.
For Matterport's flagship product, Minimum broke down the components into their specific materials and paired this with best-in-class emission factors.
Minimum also developed a Scope 4 emissions model that shows emissions savings for different use cases.
Matterport gained complete oversight and ownership over their carbon footprint, down to the specific components of their products.
They were able to take decisive action on their hotspots and make informed decisions based on granular insights.
The Scope 4 emissions model allowed them to see the carbon emission savings associated with their digital twins.
Minimum's platform enabled Matterport to gain deeper insights into their operations and create more accurate baseline carbon footprints.
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