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Figure 1. Satellite retrieved soil moisture at farm scale.

Mapping India’s farmland from space

In India, 72 % of the farmers hold less than 2 ha of land, out of which approximately two-third has ...
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Satellite remote sensing for crop insurance settlement

Our services for crop insurance settlement are: Identification of suitable site for CCE. Monitor the CCE sites for any sudden ...
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Satellite remote sensing for crop insurance

Our services for crop insurance are: Identification of no-sowing area. Identify area impacted by localized risks of hailstorm, landslide, and ...
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Satellite remote sensing for crop insurance underwriting

Our services for crop insurance underwriting are: Trend analysis of historical crop yield data and acreage. Weekly soil moisture and ...
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