How New Satellite Data Can Predict Crop Output and Stop Famine

Remote sensing of the world’s agricultural output isn’t new, but improved software and sensors are raising this form of information gathering to new heights.

Satellite data is now used not just to monitor crop yields but also to predict them weeks in advance. This helps traders in international markets set reasonable pricing. More important, it has the potential to drastically change how food shortages are dealt with in some of the poorer parts of the world. Read More…

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Founder & Head of Data Science Search at Starbridge Partners, LLC.