OneSoil releases agricultural field change data over three years for 43 countries


In Belarus, OneSoil, a precision farming startup, launched the OneSoil Map, a continuation of the OneSoil digital farming platform, to allow the agriculture industry to explore and compare fields and crops in Europe and the United States – 43 countries in total.

The key feature of the map is that it allows users to see how fields have changed over the past three years, from 2016 through 2018.  To accomplish this, OneSoil combined public data from the European Space Agency and Mapbox GL JS, the latter of which helped in visualizing large volumes of agricultural data. The metrics included on the map are hectarage, the crop, and country crop rating.

OneSoil’s core technologies are based on AI, deep learning models, computer vision, IoT and original machine learning algorithms, which enable the company to process data in real time and automate many actions a farmer would typically do while digitizing a business.