G2G will develop and apply astrophysical techniques to continuous monitoring earth observation satellite (Sentinel) imaging, with a specific focus on extracting useful information from images down to the pixel scale. The aim will be to provide spatially pin-pointed information on the health of crops growing within small (10s of metres) parcels of land, measured simultaneously over swaths of hundreds of kilometres. The main goal will be to demonstrate the potential to rapidly identify subtle – otherwise undetected – signatures of crop stress or yield threat, with information delivered efficiently to large numbers of farmers and land users, even those with small agricultural footprints.
|Effective start/end date||1/02/19 → 31/08/19|
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