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  1. 1. The added value of e U S geginformation and LBS to y ’ ifiaprove agricgilture and 25 YEARS OF BRIDGNNG forestry - Exai"np| e5 from SPACE AND SOCIETY European regions .9razia. fiore@eun's, y.org -0,. 4” Satellite applications
  2. 2. The added value of eu geoinformation and LBS to improve agriculture and 25 YEARS OF BRIDGING forestry - Examples from SPACE AND SOCIETY European regions gra_zia. fiore@eurisy. org
  3. 3. Satellite applications Satellite imagery! '2 Earth Observation "' ~»-‘m Satellite navigation! ’ location-based services J Satellite communication s. ... ... .«. .-». ... ».. ... ... ... ’ . «.. ... ... .». ... .,. ... ... .'. ... .., .-umo»-. ... ... .-. .. ... y.. .. .u. ... ... . -. ... ._. ... ... . _. .. ... _.. o. ... ... ... ... .._. ... ... .u. ... .u_. ... —. . .m--. ... ... .:. ..». -——-—
  4. 4. An Introduction to Satellites: wvvw. youtube. comIwatch? v= KNKoZrgMMbY [B You Tube
  5. 5. aircraft > high spatial resolution (i. e. clarity of the image) > small areas > high spectral resolution (i. e. range of wavelengths) > large areas Because we can't see in pans of the spectrum like the infrared, ultraviolet or microwave, we have to use colours that we can see. to represent this kind of information. That's why many remote sensing images have strange colours.
  6. 6. All-weather, :dIaxy—and—nightt vacflan: imaging mflssiun for . V , . . 'j Copernicus Services Mumsmcirrai high-resommmn Imagng 9 mission for Band molnimring to provide. mi '*”“""””“*- - Land Monitoring . Ellutaflsnd: -ma.1T‘ar A - . ’ 9 ’ 'E""”-". °"°” """‘""-"""'°"‘ - Security 6 Psmylmadto from W"W'~*‘“ ‘ - Climate Change - 6 Radar afltilnmeiter to measure
  7. 7. Copernicus Services - Land Monitoring - Marine Monitoring - Atmosphere Monitoring } - Emergency Management - Security - Climate Change -
  8. 8. Copernicus Land Monitoring Services: v. wvw. youtube. comIwatch? v=tqhTgXYzno8 A‘ ’ 1: " . ’Ie“"' , 1 "W: | I
  9. 9. Copernicus Climate Change Monitoring Service: wvvw. youtube. comIwatch? v=dEcQw1nPSK8 [B You Tube
  10. 10. é Satellite navigation! ’ location-based services APPLICATIONS: fleet SY3t§"_‘ 0f 5ate”ite§ tracking; animal tracking; EGN@S providing geo-spatial geo-tagging; fun or ’ positioning with ’ educational mobile apps; :-Q} car insurance policies or art projects for museums and art galleries . ... .. C C , GALILEO global coverage.
  11. 11. to global coverage_ carinsurance policies or art GALILEO projects for museums and art galleries . ... .. Satellite communication Satellites relaying information (e. g. television. telephone, radio, internet, and A_PPL'CAT'°N5= R°m°_t° °°""°' °f military) from a source to a receiver. d'ke5 °' Wat? ’ "9_5°'V°"'5- —> communication in emergency Over 2000 communications satellites are 5't“at'°"§v "!3,"“° orbiting around the Earth. °°"““'-""°3"°"-----
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  14. 14. SNOW MELTING FORECAST Snow& ice covermonltoring Ice surface velocity mapping Glacieroutline River ice extent Snow waterequivalent COOS
  15. 15. Remote contrc WATER INFRASTRUCTURE MONITORING Geolocation of infrastructure for maintenance & control Remote monitoring of reservoirs&hydrau| ic gric A
  16. 16. GROUND WATER Measurement ofsoil resilience & uplift Assessmentoiground waterlevels Land subsidence forecast
  17. 17. Ill . _ : I II I in - I WATER QUALITY AQUACU Agricultural & industrial pollution Origin tra» Turbidity; Chlorophyl| Vessels m Concentration of suspended matter Algae and Algal blooms monitoring Waterdet Remote monitoring of source Fish-shoa duality Research
  18. 18. FLOODS Vveathertorecast -fi*——~ River and sea level Soil moisture Floods prediction Damage mapping Coordinated response
  19. 19. ture DISTRIBUTION Overview of users, providers, needs & infrastructure Flood &drought management of 3
  20. 20. CLIMATE CHANGE Snow melting Water vapour data Soil moisture Ice cap melting forecast Sea rise level Water cycle monitoring
  21. 21. Lena river delta. Siberia " in II: nfiiuuasepiemnzr 14. zoos _ '1; A Y‘ i ” ‘C , . . ,.. ... .». (.. .. . ... e . ... ..i. .. . .. . ... ... r. .. ..i A 2% V mlvbv . ... . aw. .. .. .. . ... ... .. . .. , F. ..» . ..m. ..m. ... ... ... -a, .n. ... .a uni . .. in Same: I-non Ball<IVB| lIlK>fi4:2IPl-ul91:VlVIY. . .shallow waters; .2 ' r Ganges’ delta July 31, 2009
  22. 22. W PRECISION FARMING Evapotranspiratiow Water needs forecast Water use optimisation Maps for irrigation & fertilization management Soil moisture information Automatic vehicle guidance
  23. 23. m Satellite uses for water management 7251 5NowM: niNaroI1:cAsr * DISTRIBUTION EIIMATECHANGE ‘ mmsuozs ' ‘ ‘ ft’ x wnrzn vuwziz I ‘ PRECISIUNFIRNIING . _ rmoos WATER INFRASVRUETURE O I MONITORING 7' W ~«. .—» : ’l. Hl‘l. L-I‘tl. II1: . . m IqlI. lIIl W, ~.»r. ... :r. .,. ..m; .:. . wmiwlt--'7'
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  25. 25. tral Irrigation Board of L‘ "'""“ °"°""" . La Mancha Oriental: __ monitoring irrigation water "K consumption using satellite images BENEFITS? Massive Obigctlve Reliable Transparent
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  27. 27. 9 844 Km2 and 92 Municipalities 70% of total Jucar catchment area La Mancha Oriental 117 183 ha assigned 1 279 members 9 000 farmers I I : '*= r=. i=1li L vm. I‘i: i‘ il: i:rr: i ii iii l"'[, t=, lI'l’li’ Ilirriiriilili “MIN” | . .v”'-; :; I "’ ‘ I III ‘ I H1} . i
  28. 28. Increasing water demand for irrigation
  29. 29. x. r ' , Cooperative solutions to regulate and to monitor water use sustainably.
  30. 30. Vic; .‘YTlll l}; r ll / lllill itr‘iti; r=‘: :r«*. itris iérr; to llfl i}; ii ‘ Ililci ll lit ii lnstituigo de Desarrollo Regional
  31. 31. I/ .v; ~; V , - , —_-— _ , . ,4 rm , . I’, ilv‘ _ , ~,. i.. ,, i, ... /V’ swim, , li“<JLJI—iL is , i‘». ‘» _r L I | /‘_ --Iii, ‘u: ,_ ”__v___r_. , | i[Dl; i lnstituto de Des arrollo Regional - Identify irrigation parcels - Assign water exploitation rigts I‘
  32. 32. ., . . ‘ i ~ )Ull‘I'A CENTRAL DE IEGANTES TELEDETECC N. --. i. . . “ . . -. ‘ . ‘. . ‘ - . . ‘ - . . “. _: u:: CI: I:CC. C/IJ 3.’. 3. sec ~. .i: ... ::rLo cl: .3: _': g;i: l.9:, .'. I:: I ; J_"J. .-JI_-, '.'9 i‘il3ir. s.'.2i 9.']': ri:3i. ~. Cor. » ~/54.19 ZE: i‘ilQ'_'. ‘ Regadios en 1986 . .:-‘Q. . ‘ I 2 R¢93¢“0$ ell 1995 Landsat. 27 de agosto de 204
  33. 33. Enforce the Exploitation Plan of the Aquifer: - Aggregated assessment of consumption - Individual assessment of water consumption I A Real-time control
  34. 34. "1 — r P-—-pp-. -1 Real-time control it ~ (+ site inspections) Infractions Remote sensing data -I-
  35. 35. Remote sensing data + Teoretical fields‘ water consumption Aquifer's annual water consumption
  36. 36. Enforce the Exploitation Plan of the Aquifer: - Identify irrigation parcels _ - Aggregated assessment of consumption - Assign water exploitation rigts _ _ _ ‘ - Individual assessment of water consumption Real-time control 9. . . . ‘ (+ site inspections) Infractions Remote sensing data + A Teoretical fields‘ . water consumption Aquifer's annual water consumption
  37. 37. BENEFITS? see Massive Objective ‘ Reliable Transparent
  38. 38. “Member States shall implemen the necessary measures to prevent deterioration of the stat of all bodies of surface water (. . EU Water Framework Directive 2000I60IEC t ' S If / e *1»/ ¥
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  41. 41. Implementation and support to ' Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) REGIONE CAMPANIA EU subsidies to farmers subjected “Italy to conditionality Campania Technical assistance Transfer of knowledge & capacity building
  42. 42. The main challenges Problem Problem irrigation is Identification of irrigated plots; maiiaged 00 estimation of water needs at 9mP"'| C3' basis district scale Solution Empower expertise with new information
  43. 43. iiimfggiiie a (g; rC. >’: -rim / olld
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  45. 45. Mapping is Agro Effective CROP Meteorological VIGOU R data Irrigation
  46. 46. IRRISAT - SPOT: wvvw. youtube. comI watch? v=8bAUTSt| A|l [B You Tube
  47. 47. How farmers may access the data ? 1) Select plot in the MAP or in DATA frame 2) Query DATA frame: table or graphs X . : " ' I n , ‘w-uterkequirement ' “"‘““ ‘°"‘" _ —“‘°"“‘“ 9.. .: . va. l., .« mm M . ... ~ IE1 . 2mo—*-2'i—2o-euro i 07 min Water Rem-iemem _ Z‘01l)i'U zmwo. :. ~ . .,. no-.7 -Requredmtmal . CumuIated[ML/ ha] 20104201 2C'. ’H: '<1 . - :5 o 0303 ‘ )0H: i:'A . maze 022». 2mnw:2w . our . . -. om . 'r, <*ovm . use 0225 '04 mm »: M34 -y- ; u"i7i~r . . u Trwizx . - uzwv ~ Kwuiv ). i ‘ mm 0,150 20-141207 ~ - D >0-uzzu - I am A 2o-w22‘ -: was 0,075 0000 'L '1 '1 “L “L 'L “L ’L s~e; l»~ws»e; ewzsezse iuaumiuo 0887 zuwiaaiiwcstxzot im . iu~r IAMITKNIA Assessorato Agricoliura
  48. 48. Subjective and empirical assessment of Q irrigation applications determines the utilisation of excessive amounts of water resources, compared to the maximum values needed to guarantee optimal yield; Reduction of irrigation volumes has both direct and indirect economical and environmental benefits for farmers, water distribution bodies and local communities. I / (*ss()r. II() Agrit u| lur. i
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  51. 51. Deux-Sevres County: fighting water nitrate pollution using satellite- derived information B‘ ’-. t‘_, 4 ‘Site inspections reduced by 60% 7 Ensuring the sustainable . use of the land Nrvnes = iiuju sulflcl at Will! pollution Nitrates DIIEEIIVE nukes il mandatory hi mmis To grow caicvi crops between mm v seasons, no Dim/ Int nlflllus twin puvmuii walai. é ii « W Compleie overview of ihe land ¥. ,flE= - Irllo ma ground will! the min. then Inn) West! Need: check that crops are actually grown z
  52. 52. Deux- e was un ty: fl h ting wa ter nitrate pollution using satellite- ve in f0 tion
  53. 53. Ensufingthe is sustainable use of the land
  54. 54. Challenge: ,li_iii: ,i'r': .lifr. -f—= Y". ,I, t_i’_IE| ,i"'EliIi? ‘ giiiii: -~ , i’Ir? -|lT-"‘, -.. l‘. ,l. '-Ti? -‘ ‘l‘Tii: ii: au: ::: l'*: 'a~ 1.1;‘ I, l"fi! "*1 ill ‘i: i.i's'-~ ‘-. ,l'”‘? iI', i‘ii‘fi'ifiliTm‘~, ‘»_l ' l T‘ Nitrates = major source of water pollution
  55. 55. Nitrates Directive makes it mandatory for farmers to grow catch crops between farming seasons, to prevent nitrates from permeating into the ground with the rain, then into fresh water. ¢ Need: Check that crops are actually grown t W Complete overview of the land
  56. 56. 0 ‘C ’ III]! ' ' O o . jl) 050%
  57. 57. 3323.2. ‘ ~‘3,‘»" ~ ' 'i h ' Ems de swface (4 ¢/ asses) Indicateur de risque par ilot PAC Régionalisation de I'indicateur de risque Sol préparé semé / Wion ermé ' Luzerne 3 ‘ CIPAN non identifié Prairies Naturelle Chaume de céréale ‘ , avec repousses ‘ , Sol préparé semé ‘ , , , germé céréale / Sol prepare seme non germé i"i°'iié 1 voine Brésilienne Vérité tenain sur image infrarouge ’ Parcelle de sol nu Parcelle de vegetation seche (chaumes. paille) Parcelle de vegetation active non couvrante - , -,4 ’ Parcefle de Végétajjon acfiye couvfanje mé'Image SUT Image COUIGUTS nature/ les Exemple d 'échantillonnages sur le terrain / sur l'image
  58. 58. Etats de surface (4 classes) a‘. ’ Indicateur de risque par ilot PAC Régionalisation de l'indicateur de risque
  59. 59. * Site inspections reduced by 60% 939 7 ST
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  62. 62. -%- 4", ’ ‘ . The Volcani Centre, _ Israel uses Satnav to ' geolocate thermal imaging e «la L‘ can D"‘T"Cllrin n- l‘ i llgi'. ll"'l win a “’Il”l'
  63. 63. §. ;,; zv, -,__ /4: 1* -’~-_ . The Volcani Centre, Israel uses Satnav to geolocate therma imaging
  64. 64. ._—‘ , .—- ). ,’, ', _ ‘s f: "~i-"_", f.: »‘: ’ ’. -;<': :' ’_ , _,«= C, $ - _ *-_ ‘ , .. ..» 4 ~. ‘rs. -’. i‘ . -:'. ‘-: _ - -. — . . . .l Organizational Framework of the ARC Six Institutes in the Bet Dagan Campus and two Research Centers in the North and South " / /‘:7!’ _ . , % . I‘ ~‘ I . , 9 gr, ' : ."_, '-(“’. ‘_ ii) I ( '. -{_'‘ I g V. " 1 E A L - . sax‘ L! E I . . . :fi 50", Water & Animal Plant Protection Postharvest& Food Environmental Science Institute Institute science Institute Science Institute ; 2 r I ' ‘ / -T’ ' T“ ~. - i, ’ ‘ L ‘ 9 ‘ E‘: . , ’ , ,_v , ,r, _-~ L ; 1 /1;‘, ,1 ~ & . -$1 L, *"’/ L1 1., ‘I / / ,4 _ . ,1 t . In *4: ~ -‘ 1/ Plant Agricultural Nteiwetxavfatt Gilat science Institute Engineering Research Center Research Center ~ Institute North South . ,, ., ‘N
  65. 65. Frequency —v (Hz) Thermal range 102‘ 1022 102° 1013 101‘ 101‘ 1012 101° 103 10‘ I I Stomata conductance | nfra_Red Microwaves FM AM Evapo-traspiration 10,6 , Leaves cooling / ~ "2 10,, 102 10, Wave| ength—}. (m) Wavelength — ii / Shortage of water — leaf temperature raises Too much water - leaf temperature drops 14 Credits: Volcani Centre
  66. 66. Thermal imagery for irrigation management l -O Detection of irrigation malfunctions Irrigation scheduling TA
  67. 67. J * ’ Q s_o . ‘ L ‘fellormil 9!a! Ifli’a x_>‘; - - ““= . V “~>_ - ‘W “-Ix": /., _.V 5.” _' ' Malfunction in the computerized irrigation. control system. Over irrigation of 8.hours.
  68. 68. 3.; -,4:~ '-, j~. -_. ' _-_--~__- -- . ..-A ~. - I , )(. .3‘, _,>. . 1:} _ an. -ij Credits: Volcani Centre ; ; 1 In A I. __'. u._, ‘ ‘_ lg-‘ ‘ 44 5°C xv . f _ " do ‘ y . ‘ _ 30 ~ /4‘ " ~ L 20 ‘“ 5°C 9 ~ 19 0°C 40 o. ---. I CO L L O n 2-1] 20 Clogglnglndrrppers. .. 190°C . Cotton, Northern Israel, Megido, Ju| y, 2008
  69. 69. Pry 2:15} on , £gr’J: ;LJJ“; LJra Thermal imaging for water status mapping l : :€. ‘¥" 1‘ Thermal _ . ._ ‘: ~‘ imaging I ‘E exposes I‘ " T Thermal differences in Camera water status of plants which cannot be detected by our eyes.
  70. 70. MODIS daily temperature. Base data for agronomics models 15,. 15- s . .5 1 v 1» 0 13 I s . - ' ‘. 19 I I -‘ ‘. I " . V. .. ' ' H , .*'. ‘,u 6 17 . Q: ' . ‘ Moouun RI-. ou/ non Inuauo 4 "- 16 weameystanong 0 1o 20 40km Road Surface 24' and Temperature l . . . . . . . . Temperature 5- Credits: Volcani Centre
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  72. 72. Ground based sensing ° Vineyards scanning "a ~ - Credits: Volcani Centre 3 _ > . - _, : t , ‘H . . . . g A 4 - - - " "‘ . _ "' -n . A1 ' . ‘ls’: . . 1 y u _ 1 . - . . . .' I ,
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  76. 76. 1 ree H rmstry of n1"/ ironment: real-time satellite data to detect [i1;es
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  79. 79. ANMJLNCEIKNIS IA. lVIl(I)lA szvom sum: EVENTS Monemvasla Forest Fire: - Burnt Areas - Summer 2015 imnumasmmuurw 1mi1nx11aguma1m In mm 11715 a Ivnjovlmrx rm owned in |1M1ia. came. The map iinmaresme man name IIIMIWIKMIYISIIIP NEE Llunltvul-Huxlpmlryd 11u1a11vas1:.17,117/I015 (1115 1:) H T11 111111 maul“ "X-n Parlrlersllis PROJECT MEETINGS »
  80. 80. Timely fire detection data Situation Awareness Picture @ Damage and Maps burnt areas ——> deforestation assessment Relief activities, to estimate carbon balance, monitor fire and soil erosion risk, and to plan urban developments. ... .
  81. 81. VTlOVPl'ElO n:1>1aAMoNrOz ENEPTEIAS. & K/11MAr1KHz AAAAFH! Cll‘. v'lll"1‘l/ llflllf. I'€1'i/ -IIITTP '/ we data to detect ff es Maps mm areas Rehel acilv Hes 1o esllmale carbon balance. murmur me am; soil erosion nsk am: no plan urban developments
  82. 82. 25 YEARS OF Bl (Cl ' ‘ Non-for-profit association of governmental space offices Collecting leedback nom user upnisnuons (Publ‘ uuthoriti um sues)
  83. 83. eunsy 25 YEARS OF BRIDGING SPACE AND SOCIETY Non-for-profit association of governmental space offices
  84. 84. -bcnes 1:11-1 umu. 11114141 mum /1as? ”fl§ 6 , e‘ . ,, -». ’/1‘. UK SPACE 1:; mv
  85. 85. "“""“'*‘"‘*" 1 - . . . ‘Raising awareness of emerging satellite services in several sectors of application eurisy fit’ - Grovi Supporting potential end-users of satellite applications making available experience and expertise . . .i. .,. ,.. .,. .,. ., W , Providing feedback to decision-makers on possible measures to overcome obstacles to the take-up of satellite-based services
  86. 86. Collecting feedback from user organisations (Public authorities and SMEs) Growing pool of 150 direct testimonials from 29 countries 5, REGIONS, CITIES AND SMES SHARE GOOD PRACHCES rum-ex’ Environment, climate and health Transport and logistics Energy. infrastructure and utilities Smart cities Communication and digital society Risk management and emergencies Tourism, culture and leisure Agriculture, forestry and fisheries _ mg, * . , 7 7 3, . : . Pioneering local and regloria. at : ~1ar~r»2; no 2:155 rrurn across Europe already use satellite apphaauans In their Q “H mm mp daily job. For me last seven 2 11. Easy has been ciolretm, imimomals on how satellite applscatruris have h: lp¢dtJial'l1r1plad. ice, U»c». mernapmseesowicsuwessrmusr
  87. 87. Awareness raising events 8 7 . . ’ Q ‘ , ‘_' Embedded event - 3rd International Conference on the Use oi Space Technology for Water ivtjr/ raagerggfi n — 1 Eurisy conference p" 5" 'V°°'"‘'°”°° Precision a riculture' the Raba‘- M°'°°°° Satellite applications for multi— g ' level irrigation management: added Value of gee‘ information and LBS 21 April 2015, Vienna, Austria Capitalising on experience to drive regional innovation 31 October 2013 Badajoz. Spain Seoplng exorcise Sustainable agriculture in Flevolaridz the added»vaIue of ' geospatial services 24 June 2013 r ‘ ‘ ‘_ Lelystad, The Netherlands ‘ ":1 ~ . 3‘ Eurisy conference 5 Satellite solutions for smarter islands 2 November 2015, Malt O _ II
  88. 88. (_ Thematic reviews l‘Al‘E| l'§UlIk: 'Cl1'k>'. |lflBi. ‘1MUl! IL[I'| ' Q urm. r.~4susr. uMuimr mam can -pculuwiusulnrzluvy c‘. n.qnxp-zrcugam, -.. g.. ... ... grt-. .., .., .,, .. . .. Kxcllungr-x’: -manna bulusuusm . ._u was . .r. .a: ..: i.. :.. ... ... .. .r, ... ... . . l'
  89. 89. Publications based on direct endauser testimonials ' , SATELILITES ' - ' GOING LOCAL' , ' gfcl 30 R NS, 1 TIES N SMES 7 ‘ ~ . SHAREGDOD PRACTICE . . I V :3.» ‘ J N l’ ' £6 ’, SATELLITES ' ~ ' GOINGLOCAL’ , sA'ri-: LiLrrr~: s ' GOING LOCAL' , ‘9. S
  90. 90. :1; 5) Survey for public authorities . Operational uses of satellite-based . services within thecpublic sector . arch - 15 June 2015 T . 10 l 9 . ” , i'—‘1"‘} V] = l—'”‘ —- - we I I I— Why a survey for public authorities? Background r: as :1 _ The survey wvvw. eurrsy. org I I Are you a public authority? Do you use a service based on satellite applications routinely, to perform your work? If so, help us document your experience with satellite-based services by responding to tlrls short questionnaire. We are not lookina for technical details, but for information on the implementation process, as well as on the tangible and intanoible benefits of the satellite-based service used. If you are not a DLlblK authority, but know public oroanrsatrons usinci satellite services operationally, please send them the link to this survey, or contart the Eurisy staff at Q’-i. /"Id ~uii. »_. .» i'I" lt'lJ TAKE THE SURVEY
  91. 91. Non-for-profit association of governmental space offices QE “Q ll . ‘A l Collecting feedback from user orguiisaiions (Public llllholllles and sures)
  92. 92. To know more about Eurisy visit vvvvvv. eurisy. org II! | If» bridge space and society / W s, ‘ <7}

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