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Open FORIS and SEPAL (System for earth observation data access, processing and analysis for land monitoring)

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    On the occasion of the conference "Youth employment in agriculture as a solid solution to ending hunger and poverty in Africa" (Kigali, Rwanda, 20−21 August 2018), FAO will showcase a digital service portfolio, consisting of 10 innovation projects. This flyer presents the WaPOR portal that provides publicly accessible, near real-time data to monitor agricultural water productivity, using innovative satellite technology.
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    FAO agricultural stress index system (ASIS)
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    On the occasion of the conference "Youth employment in agriculture as a solid solution to ending hunger and poverty in Africa" (Kigali, Rwanda, 20−21 August 2018), FAO will showcase a digital service portfolio, consisting of 10 innovation projects. This flyer presents the Agricultural Stress Index System (ASIS) that monitors agricultural areas with a high likelihood of water stress/drought at global, regional and country level, using satellite technology.
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    Evaluation of the project "System for Earth Observation Data Access, Processing and Analysis for Land Monitoring" (SEPAL)
    Project code: GCP/GLO/537/NOR
    2022
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    The System for Earth Observation Data Access, Processing and Analysis for Land Monitoring (SEPAL) is a cloud-based computing platform for fast access and processing of remotely sensed data sources. It is designed to assist national forest monitoring and reporting for the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, Forest Conservation, Sustainable Management of Forests and Enhancement of Carbon Stocks in Developing Countries (REDD+) mechanism. The terminal evaluation of the project found SEPAL to have been largely successful and relevant in achieving its aims. The evaluation recommended certain improvements, notably a “plan B” option to mitigate SEPAL’s dependency on Google Earth Engine, and assurance of continued relevance in Phase II of SEPAL.

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