Analysis Ready Data

On Friday (15th September 2017) I attended the second open meeting (of two) linked to a project focused on the generation of Sentinel-2 Analysis Ready Data (ARD). The project partners were Aberystwyth University, Defra (through the JNCC) and the Satellite Applications Catapult (who acted as hosts of this meeting) and the point of the meeting … Continue reading Analysis Ready Data

A further Defra project win

Geoger is pleased to announce the award of a new Defra consultancy contract. We are part of a consortium led by Specto Natura Ltd along with APMGeo Ltd which is tasked to operationalise the creation of a set of generic indicator products under the Earth Observation Data Integration Pilot (EODIP) project framework. The project takes the technical specification for an … Continue reading A further Defra project win

Open data and Metaldehyde risk mapping [update]

This is an updated post based on this blog post from 2014. The work presented here is still a proof of concept to demonstrate the utility of open data. If you'd like to work with Geoger to develop this further, please get in touch. The idea Metaldehyde is a pesticide found primarily in slug pellets and associated products, … Continue reading Open data and Metaldehyde risk mapping [update]

ARCSI processing

At the end of 2014 I had some time to investigate a brilliant open software project developed out of Aberystwyth University called ARCSI. Some of my notes can be found on my technical blog (http://ajgdevelop.com/2015/01/15/arcsi/), along with links to the official documentation. I hope that everything in the blog post is correct (the instructions worked for … Continue reading ARCSI processing

Open data for Metaldehyde risk

This is a proof of concept and has not yet been worked into an operational product.  It's a first pass to demonstrate the utility of open data. If you'd like to work with Geoger to develop this further then please get in touch. The idea Metaldehyde is a pesticide found primarily in slug pellets and associated products. … Continue reading Open data for Metaldehyde risk

Objects in images

One of the most common processing requirements is the identification of objects and extraction of information regarding the feature of interest. Object based image analysis (OBIA) comprises image segmentation and classification steps in an attempt to produce meaningful maps of features in an image. These could be fields, buildings, roads, lakes etc. The accuracy of … Continue reading Objects in images