We are aware that the implications resulting from emergencies, whether in relation to human, environmental or economic damage, are increasingly high and tend to be higher.
In this way, we actively implement emergency plans where prevention is the key.
Good management of the territory requires a deep knowledge of its occupation. Knowing the past and present of the territory may be the starting point, but envisioning the future may be the key to the territory’s sustainability at the social, economic, environmental and infrastructural dimensions.
We use remote sensing techniques based on crop aerial images to map the state of the plantations with high resolution. The result is the transmission of knowledge to the farmer; in order him to take the most conscious measures in the harvest and in the management of vineyards, olive, fruit and other annual crops.
Floods are one of the examples with consequences resulting from a natural phenomenon that we have not been able to avoid. However, we can mitigate them through measures such as the elaboration of hydrological and hydraulic studies, which allows accurate mapping of the most dangerous areas. Like floods, there are forest fires, landslides, coastal erosion, volcanism, or other risks such as epidemics that we can assess.
The most effective way to assess variability in a parcel is by mapping its Apparent Electrical Conductivity (CEa). This assessment will give you information about the parcel, from the variation in soil texture to the identification of problem areas, which allows the farmer to define specific management strategies in a precise and differentiated way.
Our aim with this service is to produce information of public utility that supports consumers when deciding to place solar technologies on their roofs. We classify each building as a source of revenue or energy savings.