Defra appoints Agrimetrics and Telespazio as service provider for key environmental data
Agrimetrics and Telespazio have been awarded the contract to act as the data service provider for Defra. With over 650 partners, 13,000 individual users and 1.8 billion API calls, the Data Service Platform will help Defra share and use its data.
Agrimetrics welcome the publication of the Environment Improvement Plan as we move forward with hosting 4,500 environmental datasets for DEFRA. By making data available we can help protect and restore our environment.
We provide a summary of our Measuring Nature series which explored how earth observation technologies can help the agri-tech sector develop new insights, accelerate innovation and improve decision-making.
In the seventh instalment of our Measuring Nature Series we explain what Machine Learning is and how it works. With so many agri-businesses looking for solutions at scale, Machine Learning can help provide greater accuracy and efficiency.
In the sixth instalment of our Measuring Nature Series we look at the options for buying satellite imagery and how farmers can use both free and commercial sources to improve decision making and monitor changes on their farm.
In the fifth instalment of our Measuring Nature Series we explain what Global Satellite Systems are and how they help in precision farming. By utilising location data farmers can assess and manage their farms more accurately.
In the fourth instalment of our Measuring Nature series we explore how we can create Digital Elevation Models. These 3-D views of the land are created using images from space and provide enhanced insight into how best to manage our land.
In third instalment of our Measuring Nature Series we explain what revisit time means and why it is important when assessing earth observation data to generate insight for you and your agrifood business.
In part 2 of our Measuring Nature series we look at how sensors are able to see beyond the visible, how we can be sure to trust the results and how it allows us to measure the health and vitality of crops.
How we share and use agri-food data will influence our ability to build and maintain a thriving, efficient and relevant system. That is why Agrimetrics was commissioned by the Open Data Institute (ODI) to complete the Food Data Landscape Review.
How we collect, analyse and present data about planet earth will be vital in helping the agri-food industry to make those adaptations. In this series, we will describe the techniques used for Earth Observation and explain why they are important.
From the climate crisis to antimicrobial resistance, the challenges facing the agrifood sector today are complex and systemic. They span the food supply chain and cannot be tackled by single organisations acting alone.
A prediction market – the first of its kind in the UK ag sector – predicts that there’s a 75% chance that the National wheat yield will fall between 8.0 and 8.6t/ha. This is higher than the 7.8 to 8.0t/ha provisionally estimated by DEFRA.
Agrimetrics welcomes a new Chief Commercial Officer. Rebecca Geraghty joins following a 20-year career at AHDB and HGCA, including as Sector Director for Cereals and Oilseeds, Assistant Director for Crop Marketing.
Crop Analytics, a crop and field analytics package from Airbus, is now available at a new, lower price. The industry leading agronomic data suite is available now via Agrimetrics Agrifood Data Marketplace.
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