Our analytical tools help you interpret your data, translating what you see off your imagery to comprehensible data will be the only thing you need to accomplish that goal you had in mind for this year.
According to research by The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, the world's population will reach 9.1 billion, 34 percent higher than today's population, by 2050. Due to this expected growth, there is pressure throughout the world for higher, better quality agricultural production and reliable crop status information. To achieve these objectives, improved management of the world's agricultural resources are required, especially in developing countries.
NDVI Maps depict the natural progression of crop health. Here, the map is showing the difference in varieties of almond trees planted by row. The orange areas indicate defoliation from arid conditions.
Featuring a high-contrast layer, Scouting Maps highlight differences in canopy health, soil and vegetation. On this Scouting Map, red areas in the southwest corner display dry soil where there was poor irrigation. The other areas of red show individual trees with disease pressure.
Variation Maps identify early or late-season abnormalities. The dark purple areas on the Variation Map here confirm the location of individual tree disease locations, as well as the dry soil in the southwest corner where the soil wasn't irrigated sufficiently.
Crop Health Change Maps automatically detect changes in the field and trigger email notifications. With the notification, the grower is able to identify the damage and treat the area to protect yield and prevent further damage.
Satellite monitoring for agriculture
We gather and analyze recent and historical satellite data to help your decision making before and during the growing season. Our data stream provides continuous updates on crop health and phenological state.
To have an excellent understanding of crop development and field-specific environmental effects like drought and water coverage, we provide text-based Insights with quantified ecological facts.
Our alert mechanism informs you about vegetation stress in near real-time, even before visible impact on the field. Underperforming areas and identifiable damages get quantified and accurately mapped.
We make environmentally conscious operations profitable and provide ready to use prescription maps for agricultural machinery. Management zones are created automatically for each field.
Mapping agricultural land and crop classification vegetation and crop health monitoring
Terrain feature identification and change monitoring
Site-specific crop yield management programmes
Climate change mitigation