Scientists of the Siberian Federal University (SFU) under the supervision of Professor Yuri Maglinte has developed an automated system of agricultural monitoring, the press service of the SFU. Now the program is tested agronomists suhobuzimskoe district of Krasnoyarsk region, and also representatives of district and regional administration.
The new system is based combination methods remote sensing, GIS and landscape mapping. It allows you to track the dynamics of the underlying surface objects, conduct an assessment of the use of agricultural land, to assess the condition of crops, and also to carry out a joint analysis of the data of Rosreestr, agrohimicheskih services, ground-based observations and other sources of information.
"Experts test new tools for agricultural monitoring are entered and the planting plans for 2016. With the participation of employees and students of the Institute of space and information technologies SFU is an inventory of land selskohozyaystvennoho purpose Irbeyskogo, novoselkovskaya and Minusinsk districts according to the satellite imagery of their respective territories", - stated in a press release.
As noted by scholars, the system helps to automate and organize electronic document flow between farmers and representatives of administration of the municipal district. The generated reports contain information about the plans of the crops of another field season and the results of the sowing with precision to individual fields.
Translated by service "Yandex.Translation"