Geosys strengths its offering in Brazil with the addition of CBERS-4 to its virtual constellation by utilizing the UrthePipeline technology.
In November 2018, the USDA lowered Iowa’s corn yield estimate to 198.0 bpa from its September estimate of 206.0 bpa. This caught many people by surprise - but not our Agriquest® tool customers. Learn how they were able to keep ahead of the curve and how we're continuing to improve our services.
Geosys has been working closely with Textron Systems on DARPA’s GCA program to deliver analyzed data on crop production to assess food supply and help determine risks.
As atypical weather becomes the norm, crop forecasting becomes even more challenging - but it doesn't have to be.
At the 2019 USDA Data Users' Meeting, it became clear that future reports will rely more on subjective data. See what's changing and how you can start receiving objective data today.
To help reduce risk for the company and its borrowers, FarmOp will use Geosys' analytics for crop performance monitoring in its lending and loan servicing operations.
We often hear about medium/high resolution imagery (MRI) advantages to support the Ag-industry. However, the business of crop monitoring goes beyond MRI. And today, low resolution imagery (LRI) provides the highest scientific-grade data quality and the most reliable daily imagery access for agriculture globally.
On December 11, 2018 WASDE estimated Argentina Soybean production at 55.5 MMT. Where are we now? According to our Crop Analysts at Geosys, crop development conditions have been very beneficial to soybeans in Argentina.
As we are focusing our efforts on preparing for the upcoming season, the holiday season has been the perfect time to review 2018 performance. And today, we are pleased to share our key performance indicators, reflecting the trust our customers put in the data we deliver to them through our services.