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9th October 2020 – Chetan Pradhan, Head of Institutional Engagement at Earth-i, explains how Earth Observation satellites are becoming a powerful enabler for farmers and the global supply chains they serve, in this UKspace and World Space Week 2020 article looking at how satellites improve life.
Read more here – The secret new ingredient your cup of coffee depends on
The ACCORD Coffee programme offers a smarter, data-driven solution by using satellite-enabled technology, combined with localised weather and ground truth data.
ACCORD helps farmers make timely, important decisions about crops with greater certainty than traditional methods. By helping farmers take action to mitigate the risks of climate change, it increases the reliability and sustainability of their coffee berry yield and bean quality. Farmers can rely on and increase the income they receive from coffee harvests, to support their families and protect their livelihoods, and in the long run ensure coffee is sustainable as a cash crop for smallholder farmers.
Read more here – Earth-i’s Accord Programme
About Earth-i
Earth-i is a geospatial intelligence company using machine learning, artificial intelligence and Earth Observation data to provide unique and relevant insights, derived from diverse geospatial data, that deliver clear decision advantage for businesses, governments and other organisations.
Earth-i provides advanced analytics using automated interpretation of a range of geospatial Earth Observation data sources including colour imagery, colour video, infra-red and radar from a range of sources including satellite, drone, aerial and ground-based sensors. This data is fused with additional data sources to extract factual understanding and generate predictive insights across a range of markets such as commodities, supply chain, agriculture, infrastructure and defence.
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