Ecolo-GIS Agricultural Services Provide Clients With Accurate Site Data and Analysis 

to Promote Ecologically and Economically Sustainable Agricultural Projects

Our proprietary process provides timely and accurate information for improved agricultural project management.  

Spatial Analysis Services

Remote sensing for agriculture uses satellite imagery and aerial photography to map and monitor crops, and to investigate anomalies.  It assists farmers by identifying problems with irrigation and other equipment, as well as providing information for precision control of chemical inputs.  Government agencies use remote sensing for determining subsidy allowances, and for extension management and guidance.

Remote sensing services for agriculture include:

Land Use/Land Cover Mapping and Planning  Map agricultural plots from aerial photography or satellite imagery using image classification methods and advanced automatic tools in a GIS environment. This can be used to benchmark production and/or resources on a site, or be used in preparing an EIA for project approval.

Remote Sensing to Monitor Crops  Ecolo-GIS assists farmers and managers with monitoring crops, resources, and project progress. Monitoring can include tracking biomass development and growth over time.

Monitor the Physiological State of Vegetation   Parameters monitored includes: water balance, nutrient deficiencies, plant diseases and plant parasite infestations.

Determine the Carrying Capacity of Rangeland   

Ecolo-GIS services include:

  · Estimating herbaceous vegetation biomass. 
  · Estimating the number of livestock an area can support for a determined time.
  · Estimating the impact of livestock grazing on the ecosystem, its habitats, and on   
 vegetation and wildlife species.

Spatial Modeling   Modeling climate, topography and other factors for plot selection and project planning.

Cloud GIS   Sharing information with stakeholders.  Project information is available anywhere there is internet access.

Agricultural Project Services

Agricultural Project services include value chain and market analysis, carrying out feasibility studies and implementing turn-key projects using interdisciplinary teams.  Turn-key projects comprise planning (pre-feasibility and feasibility studies), implementation, training and administration. Administration includes liaising with government, the private sector and farmers to coordinate sustainable agricultural sector development.

Services include:

  • Value chain and market analyses
  • Determine financial and operational viability of projects
  • Project planning
  • Project finance
  • Implementation
  • Monitor project resources, tasks and progress


                        Satellite image above shows olive groves in Greece. The image on the right shows classification of 
                        olive trees in groves. This type of monitoring can be used to verify farmers' reports of crop 
                        production, can be used by the farmers for estimating production and tree growth by analysis 
                        of consecutive images. 


                     The maps represent an interpolation of nitrogen concentration in a field from point measurements taken 
                      in the field. On the left are point measurement data and on the right is the spatial interpolation of   
                      estimated nitrogen concentrations. 


                    Spatial modeling of environmental parameters includes using point data to construct maps of agriculturally 
                    important environmental parametersPoint data can come from weather stations that provide data for parameters 
                    such as: temperature, precipitation and relative humidity. These data points are used in regression based or spatial 
                    interpolation modeling to create high spatial resolution climate maps of the area of interest.