Satellite imagery API | Part 4  - How to get metadata and statistics of your polygon?

Satellite imagery API | Part 4 - How to get metadata and statistics of your polygon?

Satellite imagery API allows you to get NDVI and EVI vegetation indices for your polygon. You can get this data in the form of an image or in numerical form.

OpenWeather team announces Relief maps!

OpenWeather team announces Relief maps!

Relief maps allows you to get relief maps around the world. Set the position of the sun in parameters and you will receive precise illumination of the earth’s surface and its relief for conditions set.

Satellite imagery API | Part 3  - How to get tiles with your polygon in PNG format with "tile"?

Satellite imagery API | Part 3 - How to get tiles with your polygon in PNG format with "tile"?

Satellite imagery API allows you to get satellite data in the form of a tile containing your polygon in PNG format.

Dashboard for Agricultural Monitoring

Dashboard for Agricultural Monitoring


Dashboard for Agricultural Monitoring is a service created for visual demonstration of a satellite data (NDVI) and weather data (forecast, historical & accumulated parameters), which you can get for the area of your interest (for your polygons). 


Satellite imagery API | Part 2 - How to get an image of your polygon in PNG format?

Satellite imagery API | Part 2 - How to get an image of your polygon in PNG format?

 Satellite imagery API allows you to get a processed image from the satellite of your polygon 

Satellite imagery API | Part 1- Why Satellite imagery API? How to work with Satellite imagery API?

Satellite imagery API | Part 1- Why Satellite imagery API? How to work with Satellite imagery API?

It was not easy to work with satellite imagery and use them in applications. You had to have deep expertise in the satellite imagery area and have access to massive computing capacity. Fortunately, now these data are available in a much easier way through our APIs.

Dive into Agro API  |  Part 2 - Polygons

Dive into Agro API | Part 2 - Polygons

This article is a step-by-step description of of how to work with polygons using our instruments QueryBuilder and Agro API. The previous part explained to you how to use your personal account of the OpenWeather company, be sure to use it before starting to read this article.

Dive into Agro API | Part 1 - Personal Account

Dive into Agro API | Part 1 - Personal Account

This April, the OpenWeather company presented a brand new product, Agro API, which was intended to change the working process of agricultural applications. Our algorithms for collecting and processing satellite scenes and weather data combined with the simplified delivery of prepared products to the end user make this product wholly unique and convenient.

Cloudless: global cloudless composite coverage based on the VANE Platform

Cloudless: global cloudless composite coverage based on the VANE Platform

In the drawing is global coverage obtained between 06.01.2017 and 09.01.2017 using data from the MODIS spectroradiometer aboard KA Terra and Aqua.

The current cloudless coverage of the Earth by medium and low-resolution satellite images are an important element in the regional and global systems that monitor the territorial changes caused by natural and man-made factors. For example, assessing the damage inflicted by forest fires caused by deforestation, volcanic eruptions, flooding,etc. Also, such types of coverage are popular as the base layer for cartographic web services.

The main stages of creating such coverage are: the selection of images, expert as a rule, the masking of clouded areas, tonal adjustment of images taken at different times of the year, and pasting them into single coverage using so-called “cutlines” which enable, to a certain extent, the joins between the pasted images to be hidden. Such operations, as a rule, are carried out in semi-automatic mode and require specialized software and highly qualified experts, which substantially increases both the time taken to create such a product and its cost.

Weather widget’s new geolocation and weather map functionality

Weather widget’s new geolocation and weather map functionality

We invite anyone wishing to do so to try out our weather widget’s new geolocation and weather map functionality - https://openweathermap.org (please note that HTTPS in the URL is required), which can be targeted to the user’s specific location.