Agremo Satellite User Manual

How to Generate Satellite Maps?

  • Add a field and define a season for a better alert system (optional)
  • Save the field information

  • Draw a polygon on the map to specify the field location

  • Use “Search field location” to locate your field accurately.

  • Agremo will generate satellite images retrospectively from two months ago, producing one map per week
  • You will receive an email and notification in the Agremo app when the satellite images are ready
  • Maps with cloud coverage over 30% of the field will not be generated
  • Satellite images are 10×10

  • Maps with cloud coverage over 30% of the field will not be generated.
  • Satellite images are 10×10.

How to Access Satellite Maps?

  1. Open field list
  2. Click on the field where satellite maps are generated
  3. Click on the map with the satellite icon in the thumbnail view
  4. Select Stats -> Show analysis results

The analysis number in the field list represents the number of generated satellite maps.

Utilize Satellite Maps

  1. Go to the MAP VIEW tab
  2. The Stats panel consists of general map information, VI histogram, list of VI, and a table with VI values.
  3. Choose a season to filter maps.
  4. Click on the map (box) in the chart with the exact dates of the generated map and NDVI values.
  5. Download the result using the “get result” button.
  6. Download a report to generate a CSV file and PDF report with a comparison of current and previous map VI values.
  7. Click on “share reports” to share data.
  8. Squares in the “Generation date” chart represent a single satellite map, with average NDVI values shown.

Alert System 

  1. Go to the ALERT SYSTEM tab.
  2. Maps with alerts are highlighted in red in the chart.
  3. Click on the map with the alert to access the map with VI values.
  4. Download the report using the “get alert report” button for a comparison of two maps and differences in NDVI values.
  5. Agremo provides two different alerts: Vegetation Emergence Alert and Vegetation Index Drop Alert


  • Vegetation Emergence Alert (example)


  •   Vegetation Index Drop Alert (example)

Ag Tools

  1. Click on “ag tools” in the Stats panel to access AG tools.
  2. Available tools include Zonation management, Spraying tool, and Fertilizer tool.
  3. All tools work similarly to tools for drone analyses.
  4. AG tools enable you to create prescription files (Rx) based on vegetation indices for sprayers and spreaders.

Compare Map

  1. Click on “Compare map.”
  2. Select maps to compare by choosing season, date, and VI.
  3. The table will show the difference in values and progress if the same VI is selected.

4. Choose side-by-side or swipe view model for comparison.

Useful information

Our integrated system offers a comprehensive suite of features designed to enhance productivity and optimize resource allocation.

1. Crop Monitoring and Health Assessment

  • Utilize Sentinel-2 satellite imagery with a 10×10 resolution for historical data spanning two months, uploading images once per week.
  • Gain a simple overview of field status on one screen, enabling quick and informed decision-making.

2. Tracking Plant Health using Diverse Vegetation Indices

  • Monitor crop health using indices such as NDVI, MSAVI, RECI, NDRE, NDMI, NDWI, and EVI, providing a holistic view of plant health and growth.

3. Early Alerts for Vegetation Emergencies

  • Receive timely alerts for potential issues, allowing for proactive intervention and resource optimization.
  • Predict yield and optimize resource allocation based on real-time data.

4. Zonation and Variable Rate Applications

  • Use our zone management tool and variable rate application feature to maximize yield and reduce costs.
  • Calculate real costs using VRA and generate prescription maps for precise application.

5. Measuring Treatment Effectiveness

  • Compare field conditions before and after treatment to measure effectiveness and make informed decisions for future treatments.

6. Team Management Organization for Field Scouting

  • Share field information with different permissions, enabling effective team collaboration.
  • Organize field scouting activities and share results seamlessly within your team.

Understanding Vegetation Indices

Vegetation indices are crucial tools in precision agriculture, providing insights into plant health, growth stages, and environmental conditions.

Here’s a guide to some commonly used indices which you will have with  Agremo:

1. MSAVI (Modified Soil-Adjusted Vegetation Index)

  • Purpose: Assess plant development and uneven growth.
  • Accuracy: Provides accurate data even in low vegetation or plants lacking chlorophyll.
  • Values:
    • 0.2 to 0.4: Seed germination stage.
    • 0.4 to 0.6: Leaf development stage.
    • 0.6: Apply NDVI instead.
  • Usage: Ideal for the early season

2. NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index)

  • Purpose: Measure vegetation density or biomass
  • Values:
    • Negative: Clouds, water, rocks, bare soil
    • 0.10: Sparse vegetation
    • 0.10: Dense vegetation
  • Usage: Suitable for the growing stage

3. RECI (Red Edge Chlorophyll Index)

  • Purpose: Estimate chlorophyll content in leaves
  • Values: Responsive to chlorophyll content and nitrogen nourishment
  • Usage: Most useful during active vegetation development but not suitable for harvesting season

4. EVI (Enhanced Vegetation Index)

  • Purpose: Evaluate plant health, vegetation density, and biomass
  • Benefits: Enhances sensitivity to high biomass areas and minimizes atmospheric interference
  • Values: 0.20 to 0.80 indicate healthy vegetation
  • Usage: Growing stage

5. NDRE (Normalized Difference Red Edge Index)

  • Purpose: Assess plant health, particularly in permanent or later-stage crops
  • Values:
    • 0.2 to 0.6: Unhealthy or immature crops
    • 0.6 to 1: Healthy, mature, ripening crops
  • Usage: Maturity and pre-harvest stages

6. NDMI (Normalized Difference Moisture Index)

  • Purpose: Detect moisture levels in vegetation
  • Values: Range from -0.2 to 1, indicating varying levels of canopy cover and water stress
  • Usage: Throughout the growing season

7. NDWI (Normalized Difference Water Index)

  • Purpose: Measure surface water presence
  • Values:
    • 0.2 to 1: Water surface
    • 0.0 to 0.2: Flooding, humidity
    • -0.3 to 0.0: Moderate drought, non-aqueous surfaces
    • -1 to -0.3: Drought, non-aqueous surfaces
  • Usage: Throughout the growing season

Each index offers unique insights into different aspects of vegetation health and growth, empowering farmers to make informed decisions for optimal crop management.


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