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December 18, 2014
Remote Sensing – The Next Generation Technology in Agriculture Powered by iConcept

HYDERABAD, India, Dec. 16, 2014—iConcept is excited to unveil our Remote Sensing application, a tailor-made solution especially for agri-business enterprises. The solution helps enterprises capture, analyze and share crop acreage and crop production data. Understanding the changing trends in time-sensitive information such as crop shifts, acreage and production estimates at different geography levels i.e. state, district and taluk can help agri-business enterprises involved in agriculture inputs and post-harvest solutions to frame their strategies well in advance of the season.

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer-based tool for mapping and analyzing features and event on earth. Remote sensing is a process of gathering information from a distance.

With GIS and RS technology we can do the following:

  1. Crop Type Identification
  2. Crop Acreage estimation
  3. Crop Condition Assessment
  4. Crop Yield Estimation
  5. Draught and Flood Analysis
  6. Crop water requirement assessment
  7. Site Suitability Analysis (GIS)

About iConcept 

We at iConcept are delighted to share our technological breakthrough in developing unique and state-of-the-art models for estimating crop acreages and production from satellite data. Our recent studies and projects have validated our approach to obtain good levels of accuracy in estimations.

Over the last decade, we have been adding more value to agri-business companies, farmers at fields and government agencies. For more please refer to http://www.conceptglobal.com/.

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