Why forestry leaders need to meet an army with an army (but get high first)

For many forestry leaders bark beetle can feel like an army marching across the forests of Northern Europe, causing devastation, and reducing timber prices and margins in its wake. Each successive year seems to threaten more damage than the one … Continue Reading

Satellite Data Analytics Saving Dairy Farmers Valuable Time with New Grass Management Service

Grass SAT, an innovative, new grass management service is launched today by Rezatec, the geospatial data analytics company, to provide dairy farmers with automated daily updates of grass cover per paddock, and other features, to optimise grazing management decisions throughout … Continue Reading

Satellites vs. Lidar for Forestry Management?

Traditionally, monitoring and managing large forests has been a very costly and labour-intensive activity; involving ground teams to walk and observe a representative sample of forest. In recent years however, two new forms of forest analysis have emerged: Lidar and … Continue Reading

SIAP joins Rezatec on UK Space Agency COMPASS project to improve crop yields for Mexican farmers through the provision of new data

Caption 1: A Mexican Sugarcane farmer in Cordoba, using Rezatec’s COMPASS mobile app. Caption 2: Rezatec, and other speakers, at the Global Agri Food Tech Forum in Puebla, Mexico, October 2018.   Harwell, Oxfordshire, UK, 10th January 2019 – SIAP, … Continue Reading

Monitoring Wildfires and Assessing Damage from Space

Rezatec’s geospatial data analytics service is helping foresters to salvage timber after devastating wildfires. Not a day goes by without a wildfire burning in some part of the world. Fires are spreading across larger areas and burning more severely than … Continue Reading

Bristol Water renews annual subscription with Rezatec for access to the Rezatec Water Catchment Management geospatial portal

Rezatec, the leading provider of geospatial data analytics to the Infrastructure, Forestry and Agribusiness sectors, has renewed its annual supply contract with Bristol Water to provide agricultural land mapping and soil erosion risk modelling data products for the utility company’s … Continue Reading

British Columbia Oil and Gas Research and Innovation Society confirms successful completion of forest regrowth mapping project with Rezatec

Since March 2018, Rezatec has worked with British Columbia Oil and Gas Research and Innovation Society (BC OGRIS) to map vegetation regrowth across a significant area of 80,000 km2 in NE British Columbia, Canada to support Caribou habitat restoration efforts. … Continue Reading

The Evolution of Earth Observation’ – Featuring Rezatec

‘The Evolution of Earth Observation’ published in this month’s Ingenia magazine (by the Royal Academy of Engineering) is a feature article exploring how satellite images are used to monitor changes in Earth’s natural and built environments, with applications in areas … Continue Reading

Pipeline Risk

Rezatec to provide new water leak risk analysis tool for Utilities Kingston, Canada

Rezatec, a provider of geospatial data analytics, has announced it will work with Utilities Kingston – a multi-utility company based in Kingston, Ontario – to optimize the company’s leak detection activities across a section of the municipal water distribution system. … Continue Reading

Identifying Spruce Beetle infestations earlier using satellite data

Spruce Beetles have become an increasing threat to the forestry industry over recent decades. Outbreaks used to be episodic but are now at epidemic levels in many parts of the world. Once an infestation is identified, it is a race … Continue Reading