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High-Resolution Images On Crop Monitoring

10.08.2021
high-resolution satellite image on Crop Monitoring

High-resolution images are available on Crop Monitoring, an online satellite-driven platform for precision agriculture by EOS Data Analytics (EOSDA). Daily revisit allows for faster and more efficient decision-making.

Subscribed users can get access to the high-resolution images by purchasing this add-on in the Crop Monitoring marketplace.

The module provides access to daily high-resolution images of fields, allowing agronomists to improve the quality of their farming decisions, spend less money, and get more yields as a result.

  • Users can considerably save time and reduce expenditures by staying aware of daily changes in the state of their crops. This will allow for an elimination of risks before they develop into full-blown issues with the crops.
  • The module can also be used to improve scouting operations by targeting the efforts of drones and scouts, pointing them to the right location at the right time thanks to a higher accuracy of satellite image analysis. Now the field owners can send scouts where and when they are really needed.
  • The add-on will increase the precision of data obtained about the state of crops and provide a much more detailed and accurate picture of what is really happening in the fields.

EOS Crop Monitoring

Access high-resolution satellite images to ensure effective fields management!

To illustrate the difference between medium-quality and high-resolution imagery, we’ve placed them side by side.

high and regular resolution side by side
High and regular resolution side by side.

Images are captured every day at a resolution of 3 meters or 9.8 feet per pixel. Some images can be obscured by clouds due to unfavorable weather conditions.

The company team is hoping to make the lives of farmers and other agronomists better by providing them with the more accurate crop monitoring tools. By 2025, EOSDA will launch seven optical EOSAgriSat satellites into a low Earth orbit. The satellite imaging constellation will use 11 agri-related bands, making it the first-ever agriculture-oriented satellite monitoring project.

Stay tuned for more updates.