EOS Data Analytics (EOSDA), a global provider of AI-powered satellite imagery analytics, is now listed in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS), to help more large-scale businesses reach sustainable practices in agriculture with space tech.
With the inclusion of EOSDA, AWS Marketplace users all over the world are now able to find, purchase, deploy, and manage the following company’s products and custom agritech solutions:
- EOSDA Crop Monitoring, an online satellite-based precision agriculture platform for field monitoring. Distributed as an out-of-the-box platform, a white-label platform, and a reseller-oriented product, it integrates data like crop health, field activities, weather conditions, and much more to help customers take care of their crops.
- Crop classification, a custom solution that identifies land cover, water bodies, and forest vegetation, and classifies types of crops across different seasons.
- Soil moisture, a custom solution that monitors soil’s root zone and surface level to track climate trends and estimate crop yields.
- Yield prediction, a highly accurate estimation solution that reveals how much yield can provide any crop in the upcoming season by analyzing historical trends and other data.
These products will be presented as seven different offerings to address a spectrum of AWS Marketplace customers’ needs and drive the digital revolution in agriculture and related industries, from consulting and banking to telecom and logistics.
“It’s a pleasure for us to have our products present in the AWS Marketplace. This milestone enables us to reach out to more potential customers in our target markets and, with the help of AWS, boost the smart tech adoption in the agriculture industry across the globe. We are sure such expansion of our presence will allow us to scale our growth and make space tech a global driver of sustainability among a number of industries,” says Rim Elijah, VP of Sales at EOS Data Analytics.
Earlier, EOSDA announced it will launch seven small optical satellites explicitly oriented for agricultural purposes into a low Earth orbit by 2025. They are to constitute a constellation called EOS SAT. With such a constellation, EOS Data Analytics will increase the accuracy of its insights even further, and the full cycle from data acquisition to analytics delivery will take between 16-24 hours.