Irrigation AND hydraulic remediation management

Irrigated-120 Areas   Detection of  Irrigated Areas

Service developed within European Project H2020 Diana

The service, designed to meet the needs of the Reclamation Consortiums, allows you to locate and map irrigated areas using satellite images. In particular, it allows you to identify irrigated areas without permission: integrating with the Web Gis consortile allows you to connect and cross the map of irrigated areas with the land database.

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PROS
  • Identifying Irrigated Areas Without Authorization and Retrieving Their Roles
  • Reducing illicit irrigation (deterrent effect of satellite control)
  • Optimization and reduction of field controls and inspections in the company
  • Mapping irrigated areas and checking for irrigated volumes
  • Irrigation monitoring
  • Improving irrigated network management
  • Methodology recognized by the European Union
PROS
  • Identifying Irrigated Areas Without Authorization and Retrieving Their Roles
  • Reducing illicit irrigation (deterrent effect of satellite control)
  • Optimization and reduction of field controls and inspections in the company
  • Mapping irrigated areas and checking for irrigated volumes
  • Irrigation monitoring
  • Improving irrigated network management
  • Methodology recognized by the European Union
HOW IT WORKS

The system is based on temporal variability of vegetative vigour (NDVI). Based on a minimum number of elaborate satellite images, a classified map of crop growth patterns can be identified and, depending on the declared species, verify that the growth curve is linked to the water supply. Established. By crossing the information layer of the recorded particles and that of the classified map, the areas where there is potential wrongdoing to be verified through direct field interventions are identified.

This technique is reported as an official methodology for estimating irrigated areas in the European Union Environment DG Report, “Applying Earth Observation to support the detection of non-authorised watrer abstraction” and is reported as the only effectively applicable on a large scale by the European Union in the “A Blueprint to Safeguard Europe’s Water Resources” of November 2012.

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HOW IT WORKS

The system is based on temporal variability of vegetative vigour (NDVI). Based on a minimum number of elaborate satellite images, a classified map of crop growth patterns can be identified and, depending on the declared species, verify that the growth curve is linked to the water supply. Established. By crossing the information layer of the recorded particles and that of the classified map, the areas where there is potential wrongdoing to be verified through direct field interventions are identified.

This technique is reported as an official methodology for estimating irrigated areas in the European Union Environment DG Report, “Applying Earth Observation to support the detection of non-authorised watrer abstraction” and is reported as the only effectively applicable on a large scale by the European Union in the “A Blueprint to Safeguard Europe’s Water Resources” of November 2012.

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WHOM IT IS TO

Reclamation and Irrigation Consortiums, Land and Water Resource Managers, Basin Authorities, Agricultural Assessors, Research Bodies.

WHOM IT IS TO

Reclamation and Irrigation Consortiums, Land and Water Resource Managers, Basin Authorities, Agricultural Assessors, Research Bodies.

 

 

Do you need more information?

Contact us by sending an email to commerciale@ariespace.com
Or call +39 081 195 64 282
We are at the Centro Direzionale Isola A3 cap 80143 Naples, Italy

Open: 9.00-13: 30; 15.00-18.00 from Monday to Friday