Posts tagged as GeoTerraImage

Cloud-based monitoring of SA’s water resources

Water is a critical and scarce resource in southern Africa and is likely to become even more so as the regional impacts of global climate change become more evident. Being able to accurately and repeatedly monitor available water resources across the entire landscape is a key information requirement for successful water resource management. GeoTerraImage has […]

Cultivation data added to Zambian land cover

  GeoTerraImage has released the latest version of the 2015 Southern African Land-cover geospatial product, which now includes settlements. The company has added new data in its ongoing development of an off-the-shelf catalogue of current southern African landscape information, with the recent completion of a country-wide, high detail inventory of cultivated lands across Zambia. This […]

Crop monitoring using satellite technologies

  The Crop Estimates Liaison Committee (CELC) hosted a seminar themed “Technologies for quantitative crop estimates and condition reporting in agriculture” on 21 April 2016 in Centurion, Gauteng. Satellite-based earth observation formed the basis of the discussions, drawing attendees from the private sector, government bodies, research institutions and other state bodies, as well as financial […]