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BIOSCOPE User Requirements

  1. 1. 1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic,User Needs and Requirements standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, toBioscope Workshop 1 November 2011 preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS Tamme van der Wal - AeroVision are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! 1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  2. 2. Bioscope: Feasibility Study 1 BioscopE•  ‘Smart’  Farming  demands  frequent  images  of  the  crop   Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both (=  spa9al  varia9on)    ‘Prescrip9on  Farming’;   farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the•  Current  Remote  Sensing  services  under-­‐performs:   crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficient –  Cloud  cover   and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation –  Programming  conflicts  /  preferences   season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing•  7  million  EU  farmers  are  wai9ng  for  a  solu9on!   (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery.1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   2   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  3. 3. 4  SOLUTIONS  FOR  CLOUDS             1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide MORE   area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds RADAR   SATELLITES   often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and CLOSE   more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery.SENSING   UAVs   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! 1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  4. 4. 1991   CLOUD  COVERED  DAYS   2010   1991   2010   Dag  100   1 BioscopE 1-­‐jan   Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery.31-­‐dec   Dag  200   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! 1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  5. 5. BIOSCOPE   Replacing  where  necessary   1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficientSatellite  data          with      UAV  data   and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! 1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad 5
  6. 6. ACQUISITION SEGMENT Functional Architecture PROCESSING SEGMENT CUSTOMER SEGMENT 1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wideTarget image area in one go, and to acquire systematic, acquisition Area selection ordering standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for parameters their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. Yes Satellite Nature managers are also looking for more efficient Satellite? customer specific acquisition map production and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to conversion preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation No season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire UAS calibration distribution imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS acquisition are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than NOK satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making Quality OK the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and Data processing more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service monitoring fosters a wider use of satellite imagery.GNSS - EGNOS navigation andgeo-referencing 1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   6   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  7. 7. BIOSCOPE Feasibility Study 1 BioscopETECHNICAL Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic,•  Integrated use of satellite and UAV remote sensing; standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. –  Image acquisition and processing issues; However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds –  Regulations, licences, certifications etc.; often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficient•  Useable product: and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation –  Corresponding to user requirements; season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of –  Transformation to machine instruction map; resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire•  Proof of Concept; imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, andBUSINESS more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery.•  Stakeholder and market analysis;•  Economic feasibility of an integrated service;•  Business plan and business model for this service.1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   7   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  8. 8. User Requirements 1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both amount of farmers and nature managers can use these for spraying agent their field observations. fill sprayer However, while farmers need sharp images to direct tank with agent Spraying fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season cloudsMachine often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation season. calculate upload planning Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of spraying zones spraying map resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing haulm killing and agent volume to machine (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UASFarmer are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and Yes process more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service check satelliteB E ioscop order biomass data availability No remote sensing data fosters a wider use of satellite imagery.Advisor map UAV order UAV image acquisition 1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   8   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  9. 9. User Requirements 1 BioscopE•  6 Applications: Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for –  Biomass estimation crop  condi9on   their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the –  Crop Condition Monitoring monitoring   100%   crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. –  Early Warning 80%   Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, 60%   while needing images especially in the vegetation –  Drought stress / damage flooding   biomass   season. 40%   es9ma9on   Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of –  Flooding resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire 20%   imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS important   are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to –  Crop area 0%   airplanes with a much greater image detail than urgent   satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. crop  area   Early  Warning   drought  stress  1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   9   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  10. 10. Period and Frequency 1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both Daily   farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. 2x  per  week   However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. 1x  per  week   Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, 1x  per  2  weeks   while needing images especially in the vegetation season. 60%-­‐80%   Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of 1x  per  month   40%-­‐60%   planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS 1x  per  season  (3  months)   20%-­‐40%   and more sustainable alternative to are a less noisy airplanes with a much greater image detail than 0%-­‐20%   The objective of this study thus is to satellites. create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite 2x  a  year   service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service 1x  a  year   fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. None   jan   feb   mar   apr   may   jun   jul   aug   sep   oct   nov   dec  1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   10   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  11. 11. 1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both Daily   farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. 2x  per  week   However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. 1x  per  week   Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, 1x  per  2  weeks   while needing images especially in the vegetation season. 60%-­‐80%   Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of 1x  per  month   40%-­‐60%   planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS 1x  per  season  (3  months)   20%-­‐40%   and more sustainable alternative to are a less noisy airplanes with a much greater image detail than 0%-­‐20%   The objective of this study thus is to satellites. create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite 2x  a  year   service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service 1x  a  year   fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. None   jan   feb   mar   apr   may   jun   jul   aug   sep   oct   nov   dec  1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   11   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  12. 12. Spatial resolution required   1 BioscopE desired   biomass   Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for their field observations. early  warning   However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. 40%-­‐50%   Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to drought  stress   preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation 30%-­‐40%   season. Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing flooding   (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire 20%-­‐30%   imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to 10%-­‐20%   create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making crop  area   the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service 0%-­‐10%   fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. crop  condi9on  monitoring  <10  cm   <25  cm   <50  cm   <1  m   <5  m   <10  m   1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   12   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  13. 13. Image delivery after acquisition1 BioscopE Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide100%   area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for 90%   their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the 80%   crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. 70%   Nature managers are also looking for more efficient within  8  hours   and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, 60%   while needing images especially in the vegetation season. within  24  hours   50%   Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing within  48  hours   (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire 40%   imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to within  3-­‐4  days   airplanes with a much greater image detail than 30%   satellites. The objective of this study thus is to create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite within  a  week   service that will provide both types of users, making 20%   the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service within  2  weeks   fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. 10%   0%   biomass   crop   early   drought   crop  area   flooding   condi9on   warning   stress   monitoring   1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   13   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad
  14. 14. Critical Success Factors 1 BioscopE•  Most critical application: crop condition monitoring Satellite images bring the ability to capture a wide area in one go, and to acquire systematic, standardized and up-to-date information. Both farmers and nature managers can use these for•  Service type: subscription (event based in some cases) their field observations. However, while farmers need sharp images to direct fertilizer and crop protection to those parts of the•  Frequency: crop needing it, in crucial parts of the season clouds often block a clear look from space. Nature managers are also looking for more efficient and objective ways to monitor their efforts, to –  1-2 acquisitions in Winter (nov-dec-jan-feb-mar) preserve and improve the quality of nature terrains, while needing images especially in the vegetation season. –  Better than 1x 2 weeks in Summer (apr-may-jun-jul-aug-sep-oct) Where satellite imagery is not sufficient in terms of resolution (spatial), coverage (clouds), or timing (short term planning), BIOSCOPE will acquire•  Spatial extend and resolution: imagery using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). UAS are a less noisy and more sustainable alternative to airplanes with a much greater image detail than satellites. The objective of this study thus is to –  Better than 10 meter pixel size (= 100 m2) create a combined on-demand UAS & satellite service that will provide both types of users, making the service more reliable reliable, more robust, and –  Typical 25 - 100 ha per acquisition more adaptable to the needs. Thereby the service fosters a wider use of satellite imagery. –  For flooding, drought etc.  regional view: 10–25m pixel – 10 km2•  Delivery: derived / ready-to-use products within 48 hours.1-­‐11-­‐2011   UITNODIGING WORKSHOP BIOSCOPE! projectbioscope.eu   14   1 November 2011 – 13:00 – 17:00 uur in Lelystad

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