A Guaranteed Clear Image Every Week
Experience Next-Gen ClearSky Satellite Imagery
Overcoming the Cloud Coverage Challenge
With an average of 67% of Earth under cloud cover at any given time, obtaining clear, regular satellite imagery has been a persistent problem in agriculture, severely limiting the value of optical imagery for scouting and planning since visibility on crop development is lost during gaps in coverage.
How ClearSky Works
A Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) equipped satellite captures radio- and microwaves reflecting off Earth’s surface, passing through clouds and haze.
The reflected data is synthesised into a high-resolution reconstruction of the ground.
ClearSky’s deep neural network translates the SAR reconstruction into traditional NDVI and GCVI imagery, easily interpretable and relevant for agricultural use.
The end result shows the optical image a satellite would see if there were no clouds blocking its view.
Rigorous Testing and Evaluation for Proven Results
ClearSky has undergone extensive testing and evaluation, and continues to be further refined:
99% accuracy in comparison with Sentinel-2 NDVI imagery (as calculated from the average of [ClearSky NDVI prediction/Sentinel-2 NDVI] over approximately 250 million pixels)
Over 7 million field-level ClearSky images delivered to date
Collaboration between agronomists, researchers, precision specialists, and farmers to refine ClearSky models
Continuous model retraining to improve quality
Transform Your Agricultural Business with ClearSky
ClearSky's reliable weekly imagery offers numerous benefits:
Case Study: Optimising Variable Rate Nitrogen with ClearSky
In the face of unprecedented nitrogen pricing, ClearSky helps farmers and advisors:
Discover the Power of ClearSky
Embrace the future of precision agriculture with ClearSky’s guaranteed clear imagery and enhance your decision-making processes. Contact us to learn more about how ClearSky can help you.