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EOS Data Analytics Provides Data On Sowing In Ukraine

EOS Data Analytics (EOSDA), a global provider of AI-powered satellite imagery analytics and a precision agriculture expert in Ukraine, has launched a custom project to deliver data analysis on the Ukrainian sowing season in 2022.

Upon the clients’ specific requests from Europe to South America, EOSDA offers custom solutions that could be provided on a field, regional, state or country level. The project will benefit not only farmers but all agriculture-engaged businesses and institutions, including agri-banks, food producers, commercial growers, and input suppliers.

Ukraine is one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of wheat and corn — the country accounts for about 10% and 16% of these crops, correspondingly, in the global export. More than 400 million people worldwide depend on Ukrainian grain supplies. Normally, Ukraine exports 4–5 million tons of grain monthly, but as of now, this volume has almost tenfold dropped. In 2022, considering that at least a third of the country’s agricultural areas won’t be planted, Ukraine is projected to produce as little as 63 million tons of grain and oilseeds, significantly impacting the world food market.

The company has been carrying out crop classification in Ukraine, on regions and country level each year since 2016, utilizing a proprietary model based on AI and neural network.

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