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A new cloud-based crop-monitoring platform claims to be capable of providing detailed information about yield forecasts, crop conditions and soil moisture on a field, regional or country scale using data collected from satellite images. Earth Observing System (EOS) has designed its crop-monitoring tool for input suppliers, commodity traders and crop insurance companies, but it can also be used by large-scale farmers for keeping tabs on huge swathes of land across Europe, North America and Russia. See also: Tech company builds clever […]
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