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Terrascope: Satellite imagery for agriculture applications

Terrascope says its open-source satellite imagery helps you to predict harvests, improve yields and assess damage after a storm or drought. A win-win situation for authorities, farmers, suppliers and customers, who can rely on frequently updated data.

In its upcoming webinars, Terrascope specialists will explain more about the company’s services. They will not only show participants which EO data and services are available, but also give a hands-on demo to show you how these are already used in end-user applications. From monitoring water quality to measuring nitrogen dioxide over combining satellite data and artificial intelligence to give participants an overview of our agricultural landscape, we’ll demonstrate the benefit of Earth observation data.

During these webinars Terascope also invite participants to participate in an open discussion to see where the company need to improve or expand its products and services. The perfect time to ask specific questions and share your feedback with us!

Are you interested to see how satellite data can support you in your daily work? Or are you already using Earth observation data and services and looking for some new ideas or guidelines on how to improve your skills? Register for the Terrascope webinar 8 December and/or 15 December 2020 and discover the possibilities, new features, operational use cases and what

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