Remote sensing supports the transition towards a more resilient and sustainable agriculture.
When the heat gets tough ...
Our goal? Making Sentinel data even more valuable for Belgium
Full, free and open data access! But then what?
Let's take a step back! To see how far we've come and truly notice the potential of the future.
2017 through the eyes of remote sensing
EO Data lets humanitarians plan for difficult dry seasons across West Africa
How EO data is used for humanitarian response
Reliable crop statistics are essential to take fair and adequate decisions on commodity prices, farmer support and food security
Celebrating 25 years of agricultural resources monitoring
What fascinates me is how smart algorithms can push the limits of imaging
Spatiospectral processing, the key to high resolution hyperspectral imaging
We made Land Cover mapping simple for you, so that you can focus on your application.
Land cover maps tailored to your needs
Unusual weather events make farming a risky business and necessitate big data analysis to elucidate solutions
Weather impacts on agriculture
Terrascope bundles quite some remote sensing know-how to serve the best available Sentinel-2 images over the Belgian territory
Going the extra mile for Sentinel data
To enable Global Food Security, a more efficient water use in agriculture is needed
Monitoring water use in agriculture from space
Mangroves are the most carbon-rich forests in the tropics, so it’s crucial to monitor these in detail
Mangroves & remote sensing – a perfect match!
The strength of iCOR is that it is scene generic and easily configurable
iCOR, atmospheric image correction made accessible
With MAPEO we support plant breeders in their quest to the next generation of wheat varieties
New technologies help plant breeders make a leap forward
The focus is not always on the data, it is about getting the information out for you
Copernicus to maximize the benefit of EO data
Hyperspectral imaging is like seeing colour in a black-and-white world
Hyperspectral imaging reinvented
Combined with the SPOT-VEGETATION time series, PROBA-V shows a huge potential for climate change monitoring.