The biomass monitoring based on satellite and airborne optical images.
Biomass is the third the largest natural source of energy in the world. Unfortunately, due to human activity the amount of green areas and their condition are continuously changing. In order to protect the green areas the process of biomass changing need to be monitored.
The study of green areas extend, their vigor and the assessment of the biomass size can be done using multispectral satellite or airborne optical images. Based on these images the specific indicators like NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) or tasseled cap can be determined.
At SATIM we offer analysis of the location of green areas, the study of the vegetation condition and assessment of size of the biomass.
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