Terramonitor has developed a machine learning based mapping service, which locates harmful shrubs in boreal forests. The service provides valuable information for forest professionals about growth states of forests. The maps of Terramonitor’s VESA index help forest professionals for fast, easy and financially prudent shrub maintenance. Region-specific maps point
In geoinformatics, a raster image is a dot matrix data structure that represents a (generally) rectangular grid of pixels. Most satellite images are stored into a raster file format at some part of the processing chain. GeoTiff and JPG2000 are examples of raster file formats that can have a specific
How can I get multi-band satellite data for my area of interest? Terramonitor's Sentinel-2 Mosaic Service provides automated satellite image preprocessing and delivery, enabling GIS people to focus on what counts: interpretation and analysis of data. Sentinel-2 Mosaic Service: Algorithm at workThe Pain Space data is complex. Building anything on
Terramonitor took part in a Finnish government head project related to detecting changes in boreal forests during 2016-2019. Time series change detection.The project was executed by Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy, Natural Resources Institute Finland, Finnish Forest Centre, Finnish Environment Institute and Terramonitor. Examples of clear-cut and thinning detection.Some
Press Release HELSINKI 15.8.2019 Terramonitor released a service for forest owners in Russia to easily track and report forest loggings with satellite images. Terramonitor, a leader in space data solutions, has today launched a service called LesnoyMonitor (www.lesnoymonitor.ru [http://www.lesnoymonitor.ru/]) for the Russian market.
HELSINKI, Finland (August 14th, 2019) CollectiveCrunch and Terramonitor are tech startups that utilize satellite data among other things to help gaining new insights for forestry industry as well as GIS professionals. So we’re competing, right? Well, no. Looking under our respective technology hoods we realized that some of what
The normalized vegetation index (NDVI) is a remote sensing measure that describes the difference between visible and near-infrared reflectance and can be used to estimate the density of green vegetation on land. NDVI is defined by the formula where red and NIR stand for the spectral reflectance measurements acquired in