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Improving Food Security and Agricultural Competitiveness in Peru (IFSACP) is a project that has been brokered by the British Embassy in Peru and project managed by the UK’s Satellite Applications Catapult. Part of this project was focused on the Piura region of Peru the largest table grape producing region in the country totalling over 4,000 hectares. The main objective of the project was to establish the use of Sentinel 1&2 and other satellite data for driving agricultural performance.
Ecopotential is a four-year Horizon 2020 project funded by the EU. The project consortium comprises 47 European and international partners spanning research institutes, universities, national and European space agencies, international bodies and SME’s. The project responds to the EU’s call: “To make Earth Observation and Monitoring Data usable for ecosystem modelling and services.”
TransparentForests Ground Truthing Underway
The TransparentForests team have been out and about in the 'Ground Truthing' stage of this FSC project, firstly in Russia.
Book-a-bat service launches
Environment Systems recently launched its 'Book-a-bat service. Our fast-track Preliminary Bat Assessment service (sometimes known as a scoping survey or initial assessment) is designed to enable homeowners, architects, property developers and others to get a price and book a rapid assessment of buildings, which require surveys for planning permission.
Sphere Newsletter – Spring 2016 Edition Published
In this issue we are focusing on Earth Observation - how we marshall a unique blend of satellite and other remotely sensed data to provide unique insights and mapping of habitats and ecosystems. Our monitoring work continues to spread across the globe from tropical forests to the precious habitats of islands in the South Atlantic. We are also focusing on our expanding range of Ecological services, complete with a new Ecology Calendar to help you find out when to plan different species’ surveys.