Remote sensing / GIS

Mutation Signalling on agriculture parcels in the Netherlands

Agriculture parcel boundaries change continuously through time. Monitoring, based on satellite imagery in combination with artificial intelligence, aims to detect changes in the boundaries of the parcels.

Product Description

Since 2019 NEO signals changes to approximately 500 thousand agriculture parcels in the Netherlands. Monitoring, based on satellite imagery in combination with artificial intelligence, aims to detect changes in the boundaries of the parcels. The service saves time and money because, based on the mutation signalling, parcels can be looked at more specifically to determine the new parcel boundaries. The service that NEO provides is unique: it is the first time that mutation signalling based on earth observation is performed automatically on this scale. Use is made of the open data from the national satellite data portal.

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English
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English
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Date of Publication
24 Dec 2019

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  • Saves money
  • Saves time
  • Large scale
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OpenSource
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Currently the Netherlands

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