Latitudo 40 has created the easiest and fastest platform to turn satellite imagery into geospatial information to support everyday decisions.
Agriculture, Climate, Floods, Infrastructure, Land Ecosystems, Land use, Urban Areas, Environmental, Pollution & Climate, Farming, Forestry, Insurance & Finance, Real-estate management, Utilities (water, electricity, waste) , Alternative Energy
Geosystems Hellas S.A.
The company’s vision is helping organizations harness the information of the changing earth for greater advantage, by creating geospatial business systems that transform our earth’s data into business information
Fires, Coastal, Infrastructure, Land Ecosystems, Land use, Landslides, Forests, Agriculture, Topography, Security, Farming, Forestry, Real-estate management, Retail and Geo-marketing, Humanitarian Operations and Health, Environmental, Pollution & Climate, Transportation
Solar panel service
Monitoring the presence of solar panels throughout the Netherlands.
Infrastructure, Map and monitor solar energy (solar farms), solar energy, solar radiation, Monitor urban areas, Urban Areas, urban development, urban settlement, urban atlas, urban areas, smart cities, individual houses inventory, Alternative Energy, Regional planners, Solar energy, Environment, Real-estate management
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.
Agriculture, crop acreage, Monitor crops, crop types extent, Land use, Assess land value, ownership, type, use, Measure land use statistics, Agricultural commodities, Agriculture and rural development policy, Farming, Real-estate management, Local and regional planners, City authorities, Planners, Regional governments, Town authorities, Agriculture and rural policy makers
Parcel change detection in the Netherlands
The Dutch paying agency, RVO (Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland), is required to maintain the registration of agricultural parcels in the LPIS (Land Parcel Information System). The process of keeping the registration up to date with the actual situation in the field is a challenge, as annually 5 to 10% of the parcel geometries change. An automated change signalling service is required to speed up the process of manually checking aerial imagery for changes in geometry of the parcels.
Proposal: The service automatically checks satellite imagery time series and delivers a classification of parcels in line with the requirements. Additionally a dataset of 2D geometries of suspected changes, including properties of the change signal such as nature of change (e.g. building, water, vegetation) and date of change is delivered to add further efficiency to the process of updating the geometries of the parcels, in order to comply with LPIS requirements.
Public Authority, Agriculture, crop acreage, Monitor crops, Assess land value, ownership, type, use, Land use, cadastral, parcels use, Farming, Agricultural commodities, Agriculture and rural development policy, Agriculture and rural policy makers, Local and regional planners, City authorities, Regional governments, Town authorities, Real-estate management
NEO is a Dutch international earth observation service provider, celebrating its 23rd anniversary. NEO concentrates on solving technological and process challenges in monitoring of geo-objects using earth observation tools. We provide services that create valuable services by sensing the dynamics of our habitat. NEO serves over 200 customers in the Netherlands, within the European Union, in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as in Africa, Asia and Latin America. With its 30 Geo- and EO-specialists in 2019 the company is independent from all providers of imagery, software and other organizations. Our information helps our customers to reduce costs, increase safety, and prevent errors, to comply with regulations and to manage our environment better.
Agriculture, Floods, Forests, Land use, Urban Areas, Topography, Farming, Forestry, Oil and Gas, Real-estate management, Retail and Geo-marketing, Utilities (water, electricity, waste)