The Safras line enables to measure crop production by evaluating planted area and crop yield. The use of satellite images, combined with meteorological information and other ancillary data, alows to folow crop planting progress, crop growth development and harvest progress of the major crops in relvant agricultural production regions — the use of advanced computational algorithms in combination with a specialized team in agriculture and geoprocessing results in precise measurements of planted area and crop yield, allowing assertive estimation of crop harvests. This line of products covers the main agricultural crops cultivated in Brazil, such as sugarcane, soy, corn and cotton, as well as planted forests.
What the Safras line delivers
- Predictability for decision making, enabling forecast of crop yield variations, for clients that want to take more assertive positions in the market to maximize economic gains.
- Area and yield estimates in GIS-compatible maps, enabling cross-referencing with other georeferenced information.
- Support in defining the most effective commercial strategies, identifying operational gaps in the territory, and better sizing of the market share at the microscale.
Examples of potential clients
Banks, credit unions, investment funds, consultants, governmental agencies, grain traders, refineries, manufacturers of agricultural fertilizers, machinery and implements. Companies that negotiate agricultural commodities or whose results suffer impacts according to harvest numbers.
What is offered
The products of the Safras line comprise GIS-compatible maps that can be made available interactively in web systems, tabular estimates generated through statistical methods, and harvest reports.