The paper aims at demonstrating the assumptions and achievements of the Pilot Utilization Plan Activities performed
within the Project ASAP “Advanced Sustainable Agricultural Production”, co-financed by European Space Agency
under the ARTES IAP Programme.
Within the course of the project, the Pilot Utilization Plan (PilUP) activities are performed in order to develop the remote
sensing based models, and further calibrate and validate them in order to achieve the accuracy, which meets the
requirements of paying customers.
The completion of the first PilUP resulted in development of the following models based of Landsat 8 and Sentinel 2
satellite data: model of homogenous polygons demarcation on the basis of comparison of electromagnetic scanning
results and bare soil spectral reflectance, model of problematic areas indication and model for yield potential, delivered
on the basis of NDVI map developed 1 month before harvest and the map of yield/collected yield derived from Users
participating in PilUP.
The second edition of the PilUP is being conducted between March 2017 until the end of 2017. This edition includes
farmers and insurance companies. The following activities are planned: development of model for delimitation of loses
due to unfavorable wintering of winter crops and validation of the model with in-situ data collected by the insurance
companies in-field investigators, further enhancement of the model for homogenous polygons delimitation and primary
indication of soil productivity and testing of the applicability and viability of map of problematic areas with the farmers.
Martyna Gatkowska, Karol Paradowski, and Karolina Wróbel, "Pilot utilization plan for satellite data-based service for agriculture in Poland," Proc. SPIE 10421, Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology XIX, 1042116 (Presented at SPIE Remote Sensing: September 14, 2017; Published: 2 November 2017); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2278617.
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