Boulder, July 13, 2016

Brazil Blog Posts

Geospatial technology helps in the fight against environmental crimes in Brazil


Download the comprehensive case study here. Click here to read this blog in Portuguese; and here to read it in Spanish The size and complexity of the Brazilian territory, especially in the Amazon region, has historically plagued institutions, like the country’s Federal Police, with challenges around effective response to environmental crimes and […]

Como a UNICAMP, uma das principais universidades da América Latina, está usando imagens de satélite para monitorar sistemas de integração lavoura-pecuária no Brasil


To read this piece in English, view this page. Segundo a FAO, cerca de 38% da superfície terrestre é ocupada por áreas cultiváveis, um terço por áreas agrícolas e os dois terços restantes como campos e pastagens. No Brasil, a pastagem é o principal uso da terra, ocupando grande parte do território […]

How UNICAMP, One of the Top Universities in Latin America is Using Satellite Imagery to Monitor Integrated Crop–Livestock Systems in Brazil


To read this piece in Portuguese, view this page. According to the FAO, about 38% of the earth’s surface is occupied by agricultural areas, one-third as cropland, and the remaining two-thirds as meadows and pastures. In Brazil, pasture is the main land use, occupying a large part of the territory from north […]

Planet-AMAGGI Partnership to bring even more innovation to Brazilian Agriculture


To read this piece in Portuguese, view this page. The digital revolution is transforming agriculture around the world, and Planet’s daily earth imaging is helping the industry gain precise data for informed decision-making. This month, we are thrilled to announce our newest agriculture customer, AMAGGI, a large Brazilian-based commodities company, specializing in […]