We developed the basis of our monitoring and monitoring pro services as part of the ARTES IAP program of the ESA. For more information about our ESA project TSMF_10CM, Tama Stress Map Forestry in 10cm resolution have a look here.
We thank especially Mr. Michael Reissmann of the forestry of Gravenreuth in Affing for his purposeful tests and feedback on the requirements of stress maps from drone missions for practical use in forestry.
You would like to test our monitoring service? Just contact us: email@example.com or +49 89 8007 5010.
As the service is available online, all you need is a login from us and a vector file in the form of a shape file that describes the geographical location of your forestry business. With the login account you can simply upload the vector file.
Our service starts and picks the right archive data from the ESA satellite image archives. These data are provided in the background and are available to you very quickly. 24 hours a day, you have the opportunity to see your forest stands from above and to keep an eye on vitality and abnormalities.
If you would like to use our monitoring service, feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 89 8007 5010. We will gladly send you our offer.
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The Tama Monitoring Service for Forest Services is based on ESA satellite data, more specifically Sentinel data. The usage is very easy for you. All that is necessary is a login -seehe subscription-and a shape-file describing the geographic location of your forestry business. If you do not have a shape file yet, please contact us.
Once you have your account and the shape file is uploaded, the service starts to work in the background. The ESA archives are plowed and analyzed according to their coordinates.
You can now assess the condition of your forest both in the office and on the way via smart phone or tablet. Since the monitoring service works with images that have a resolution of 10m, you can easily detect planar changes, such as those caused by storms or removal, without having to be on site.
If you have a need to take a closer look, in particular to detect stress of individual trees and groups of trees, as it occurs especially in bark beetle infestation, talk to us.
Our portal also allows the analysis of drone-based multispectral data. Thus we can rapidly provide stress maps that can be analyzed down to the tree level.
With this support, you can identify stressors such as the bark beetle at an early stage and then target it locally.