Diagnostic that Integrates Optical, infrared and Synthetic Aperture Radar data

DINOSAR is a three-year EU-funded project aiming to develop the Copernicus based algorithms to support smart farming applications that can be used worldwide, even on cloudy areas. 

With the Earth Observation based services, our project will support farmers to match agricultural inputs (fertilisers, pesticides, water) to what the crop needs, decreasing their environmental footprint. To develop this technology, we will focus on one specific case-study: the sugarcane crops in Colombia.  

Parcelle de culture de sucre de canne du projet DINOSAR

About DINOSAR

Consortium

6 partners
4 countries

Duration

3 years

Start-End Date

01.01.2024
31.12.2026

Budget

1.5 millions €

Our technology

The DINOSAR project will set up an innovative technology based on complementary data that will enable a complete algorithm for agricultural monitoring. The research methodology will be based on the integration of satellite imagery (Copernicus) of sugarcane fields, meteorological data and field measurements of crops.

Impacts

While developing algorithms helping smart farming application, within its duration, the DINOSAR project will tackle several challenges.

Our latest news

Posted on June 17, 2024

DINOSAR and its link with the GEO

GEO is a worldwide network working to build a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). EuroGEO brings together all the Earth observation resources available in Europe so that they... View Article

Posted on June 13, 2024

DINOSAR and the FieldLook platform

The DINOSAR project is happy to collaborate with innovative companies working on smart farming applications. Our partner eLEAF, specialised in providing satellite-based data and services for agricultural production has set... View Article

Posted on April 30, 2024

DINOSAR’s first steps! 

Visual identity and communications canals are now ready!  The consortium is delighted to share with you the project’s visual identity, on which we’ve been working for several months now. Our... View Article