Dashboard for Agricultural Monitoring
is a free service where you can visually operate with satellite images and weather data for your polygons.
Just draw your polygon on the map and immediately get a list of available NDVI satellite images to analyse NDVI index dynamic over time, charts with historical and current weather, accumulated parameters, and other data.
We use our
as a data source, and you can always integrate these data feeds into your agricultural applications and visualise them the same or any other way.
In the Dashboard, you get the following data for your polygon:
Satellite images with NDVI index archive
Hourly weather forecast
14-days daily weather forecast
Historical weather data since 2014
We provide an archive of
of NDVI index for different dates. This functionality allows you to visually assess the NDVI index history for your fields over time.
How to start working with Dashboard
1. Create an account in Dashboard
You need is to
on Dashboard. If you are already registered in our systems just use your Openweather login and password.
2. Create your polygon for the area of interest
Draw your polygon OR input coordinates of your polygon in GeoJSON format
Fill in the "Name" field of your polygon and save
We have also created a polygon example
that you can start using right now.
3. Choose the polygon
page choose the polygon and click on it's name.
4. Choose the data by your polygon
You can find the following data on the polygon page:
- Satellite images of Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 of NDVI index for different dates
- The weather forecast for 5 days with a 3 hours-step
- The weather forecast for 14 days with a 1 day-step
- Historical temperature data since 2014. You can choose any time period
- Historical accumulated temperature data since 2014. You can choose any time period. If the average temperature for the day is less than 5.00°C, then it is not included in the total amount of accumulated temperature. The average temperature value per day is calculated as the arithmetic average of 4 temperature measurements (at 00:00, 6:00, 12:00, 18:00).
- Historical accumulated precipitation data since 2014. You can choose any time period
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