MENLO PARK, Calif. – EOS Crop Monitoring joins the businesses that help their customers overcome the consequences of the coronavirus economic impact. The company offers its services for free to ease the current burden on farmers and give them more opportunities to stay safe at home. 

The satellite crop monitoring platform is a cloud-based service that uses space imagery to help growers monitor their fields providing relevant up-to-date information about them.

EOS Crop Monitoring thus helps farmers to make rational, data-based decisions. With its capacities, the platform notifies its users of changes in vegetation, warns about weather risks, and automates priorities. The system’s capacities make it possible to monitor the state of the crops literally from home, minimizing the need to contact other people, which is crucial during COVID-19 times. 

The company announced that access to the platform will be allowed free-of-charge for newly registered users from all over the world, in order to support the agricultural industry during the pandemic. The offer is valid until April 30, 2020. To take advantage of this opportunity, farmers simply need to register on the platform’s website and get the instructions for the free access.