The advantages of information systems associated with acquisition (GPS, TO, electronic instruments) technologies and data analysis (GIS, Datawarehousing) enable proper decision making in a complex activity such as the forestry area. ICA develops systems that:
The results obtained from recognition of forest species by interpreting satellite imagery, integrated into a GIS, become a valuable tool for both forestry companies and the national government. The application of this technology on several occasions for the entire national territory, has brought to ICA significant experience in this field.
Some years ago, regional agricultural enterprises have begun to use satellite imagery of their establishments as a first step towards the integration of their field data with geography...Read more
The main goal of information systems is to support decision making, integrating and managing the knowledge generated by companies.Read more
Precision Agriculture is based on the knowledge of the spatial variability of production factors. This requires the use of GIS, GPS and remote sensing, among others.Read more
ICA has worked on various projects to provide the producer information concerning their census areas, CONEAT indexes and various information associated with rural cadastre.Read more