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SpaceMap is unique in that it combines very high resolution satellite imagery, aerial data, UAV technology and in-situ sensing to provide customized solutions based on GIS, maps and high precision modeling.

SpaceMap is available for aerial photography by airplane and drone to provide aerial coverage for 2D/3D mapping of all types of spatial data that meet your needs for a state-of-the-art geospatial infrastructure based on the latest technologies (Lidar, Hyperspectral, Multispectral and RGB)

Remote sensing is a technique for collecting geospatial data remotely using sensors, such as satellites, aircraft and drones. This can help your business by providing accurate and timely information about geographic areas relevant to your operations, which can help inform decision-making.

We offer satellite, airborne, and drone remote sensing services, each with their own advantages based on specific project needs. We can help you choose the best type of imagery for your needs based on resolution, coverage, capture frequency and cost.

Yes, we can help you process and analyze the data we have collected for your business, using tools such as GIS software and image processing algorithms.

You can access the satellite images we have collected through our geoportal, and we can help you use these images for your projects by providing training or technical assistance.

A wide range of training is offered from learning the basics of aerial photography to advanced use of drones for mapping, modeling and other applications.

Our geoportal is an online platform that allows users to access and view the geospatial data we have collected. You can access it by creating an account on our website.

We comply with local and international regulations for the use of drones in aerial photography services, and we follow the appropriate safety protocols for each mission.

Yes, we can provide 3D models for construction and infrastructure projects, and we can help integrate these models into the design process by providing technical advice and assistance.

Satellite and aerial imagery plays an essential role in the agricultural and forestry sectors today. The interest of this technology is twofold. First, it provides useful information for planning and managing agricultural production in a sustainable manner. It also creates the conditions for a sustainable increase in food production. Second, it provides data on agriculture and forestry at the local, regional, or global level. These data allow for a better understanding of the role of production factors, but also inform risk management decisions and predictive modeling of food supply and consumption. This paper provides a comprehensive account of the potential applications of satellite imagery and geographic information systems (GIS) in the agricultural and forestry sectors.

“We are witnessing a new agricultural revolution triggered by the adoption of amazing new technologies combined with high-tech engineering.”

Precision agriculture: the new agricultural revolution

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