Types of geospatial technologies are tools for distant observations of places and the identification of their coordinates. The technique is employed in many industries and everyday life.
Two main types of remote sensing and their applications in science, business, and everyday life. The most common technology devices and what they measure.
A launch of a satellite in collaboration of EOS Data Analytics and Dragonfly Multispectral Imagers in 2022 opens new horizons in precision farming. With this technology in hand, it becomes easier to facilitate timely response to the smallest changes in land-use or land-cover and helps to prevent undesired outcomes.
World Space Week 2020 aims to hightlight the benefits satellite technology brings to humanity: improving our everyday lives via enormous contribution to various fields and industries.
NDVI has been one of the most commonly used vegetation indices in remote sensing since its introduction in the 1970s. With the increased availability of remotely sensed imagery from satellites and UAVs, more and more people have come to adopt NDVI in their activity beyond the scope of science. Agriculture is now the most popular industry leveraging such advantages of satellite data as large area coverage, accuracy of results, and high acquisition frequency, which means that territory as small as a single field or as huge as an entire country can be observed from space at a certain frequency.
Have a closer look at Earth with historical and recent free satellite images. Get familiar with the most popular platforms. Learn navigation tips, terms of download and use, analytical features.