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RapidEye for Agriculture
Provides a huge amount of images that allow the extraction of accurate and timely information relevant harvest.
Very High Resolution Data
Using scenes acquired by satellites with very high spatial resolution has opened additional application scenarios in a very small scale, typical of administrations and local authorities
Geographic Information System
Organized set of hardware, software and people, aimed at the acquisition, management, analysis and visualization of alphanumerical and graphical information related to a given territory.
Land and Geology
Knowledge of spatial features and their evolution in time, is the starting point for an optimization of management. To do this, the process of study and planning, may be supported by GIS solutions (like geographic databases and geographic information systems)
Smart Cities
Iptsat develops projects of infrastructure and harmonization of geographic data within the municipalities, making them accessible and usable by the greatest number of users possible through conversion to open data and publication in catalogs and webgis.

Archaeology and Cultural Assets

The GIS and remote sensing drone and/or satellite are fundamental tools for citizens interested in getting information on cultural heritage, both for scholars and experts (archaeologists, superintendence, administrations of museums ...) that are involved in the management and monitoring of cultural and archaeological heritage.
Some of the activities in which the solutions GIS and remote sensing can be of support:

  • Optimization processes involved in cataloging and dissemination of information concerning the cultural heritage
  • Analysis for surveillance and monitoring over time of cultural heritage
  • Normalization information for their proper use and sharing
  • Searching and locating archaeological sites

Some insights


A strong impetus to archaeological research was provided by the technology of satellite remote sensing that, through the use, of specific spectral bands of the sensors, allow to highlight lines, broken and curved structures that are difficult to identify from a flat perspective which is the observation from the ground level.

Example of localization of Archaeological Sites
Example of localization of Archaeological Sites

localization of archaeological sites

For the identification of undiscovered sites one, can be use also information relating to the placement of the vegetation, soil moisture detected by the sensor, the luminescence and thermal parameters of the soil.

information systems for archaeology

In the context of an archaeological site, the distribution of the types of materials used, the physical and compositional characteristics, types of existing degradation, are elements that can be inserted into an Information System to simplify the cataloging of recovered material and data processing for quantitative analysis and statistics. In addition, a three-dimensional model of the territory taken from stereoscopic images of the site, is a valuable aid in designing itineraries within the site itself.

cultural assets

The geographic data is an essential component for the management of architectural and landscape and the historical and artistic heritage. The issues related to the enhancement and protection of cultural heritage are therefore in GIS technology and remote sensing satellite and drone, a valuable tool to initiate processes and initiatives for the conservation and maintenance, but also to involve the largest number of users potentially interested in their fruition.

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