As mentioned in a previous newspiece, a couple of years ago the TA team was involved in a large-scale crop mapping work on the Caribbean area, for purposes of exposure assessment to weather-related risk for a group of countries.
The work was a wonderful example of interdisciplinary cooperation among TA and two other companies, ERN from Mexico and RED from Italy, where the optimal balance was stricken between available resources, constraints and requirements.
Our work appeared first as a pre-print:
and the good news is it has now been accepted and published as a full scientific paper on MDPI Sensors:
Dell’Acqua, F., Iannelli, G. C., Torres, M. A., & Martina, M. L. : A Novel Strategy for Very-Large-Scale Cash-Crop Mapping in the Context of Weather-Related Risk Assessment, Combining Global Satellite Multispectral Datasets, Environmental Constraints, and in-Situ Acquisition of Geospatial Data. Sensors 2018, 18(2), 591; doi:10.3390/s18020591
We at TA are definitely proud of the achievement, proving that our company can not only provide premium quality services, but also at the same time develop innovative solutions to meet novel requirement from our customers.