Various satellites have been photographing Earth for more than 50 years. Our main sources of information are images from the US Geological Survey and the Sentinel-2 satellite of the European Union's Copernicus programme
, shot in the visible and infrared ranges. This data is free of charge and is available to anyone, but the images are stored in a large file size and specific format.
To analyze them, special tools are required. The OneSoil team developed its own algorithms for searching, downloading, processing and storing satellite images in a convenient format on our servers. Thanks to that, farmers receive information about the state of their field in a simple and accessible way, through our applications.