How leading agriculture and food companies better predict supply and demand with Earth Observation

Food and beverage companies depend on raw ingredients like corn, wheat, barley, coffee, sugarcane, oilseeds, apples and many others. Yet, food crops are a finite resource, their yields dependent on environmental factors like consistent temperature and soil moisture. Additionally, human factors like supply-chain issues, disease outbreaks, political instability and war are extremely disruptive to food…

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Helping Food and Beverage Manufacturer Take Control Over Supply and Demand

A global refiner and processor in the food and beverage industry minimizes financial risk by proactively adjusting sourcing and pricing strategies. Earth observation data from EarthDaily Agro equips growers, producers and processors with the intelligence to help make more informed, confident business decisions. Food and beverage manufacturers source crops worldwide—corn, wheat, barley, coffee, sugarcane, oilseeds,…

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Weather Analytics Help Brazilian Insurer Reduce Daily Risk in Agriculture

Geospatial analytics helps Brazilian insurer take proactive steps to reduce the cost of claims with timely weather monitoring, forecasts and alerts. Protecting farmers from the risks of flood, drought, frost and other weather- and climate-related conditions can create financial risk for insurers—for example, when farmers in Brazil submit increased claims due to crop failure caused…

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How Ag Commodity Traders Can Stay Ahead of the Market

When you’re an agricultural commodity trader, every decision has a direct and immediate impact to your profitability. That’s a big risk to take on — at least, it is if you’re relying on traditional crop monitoring. With government agencies such as the USDA and Eurostat publishing their crop yield projections on a monthly basis, data…

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Reducing Financial Risk for a Global Insurance Leader

The <geosys/> dataset provides the insurer the information needed to analyze weather and climate conditions and make informed decisions for writing policies and responding to claims. Millions of hectares across Brazil—approximately a third of the country’s land area—are devoted to agriculture. In particular, corn and soybean production has increased signicantly in recent years due to…

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