Field Sustainability Index
Multi-year analysis of vegetation indices, such as EVI and NDVI, can give a clear indication of yield. This method is similar to monitoring trends on stock market, when fluctuating stocks prices follow up- or downtrend, as indicated by 15-, 50- 200-day moving averages, based on one or multi-year trend.
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Methodology of the Sustainability Index
If the EVI / NDVI trend is positive, then the nutrient resources in the field are growing, and crop production in this field is sustainable. If the EVI / NDVI trend is negative, then crop production in this field depletes the field resources, crop yield decreases over the time, soil resources are depleted, and crop production is not sustainable over the time.
EVI / NDVI Trend
Historical trends in crop biomass accumulation serve as a great indicator of the sustainability of farming practices.
Biomass data back to 1984
Multiple sources of multispectral satellite data, such as Landsat and Sentinel 2, dating back to 1984 and 2016.
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Use via API
We serve via API with all documentation so you can integrate it directly within your solution.
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We provide various API endpoints:
Data availability for a given bbox;
Automatically delineated low resolution field boundaries for a given bbox or as MVT vector tile (for selecting purpose);
Automatically delineated high resolution field boundaries with pre-processed sustainability index as metadata for a given bbox, point or field id (taken from low res boundaries).