Our mission is to provide high quality geo-information services and IT solutions based on satellite data. For our clients we offer a comprehensive and long-term support in developing their activities.
Irriget.com at Potato Poland 2022 International Fair
Irriget.com is gaining more and more popularity among farmers and especially among potato producers using irrigation systems. They especially value information about the current field-scale water balance, which is calculated daily using satellite data. Thanks to our service a farmer can reduce costs associated with investing in stationary soil moisture sensors and meteorological stations as well as with the irrigation itself, and also obtain crops of better quality and quantity.
19-21 August we will be demonstrating Irriget service at the Potato Poland 2022 International Fair organized in Zamarte Potato Breeding Centre (Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship). Everyone who is interested in using our service or starting business cooperation is welcome to visit our booth and to contact us by e-mail or telephone.
Booth of Wasat at TSW Fair
After a nearly two-year break, we resumed the promotion of our solutions at stationary trade fairs. At the Fruit and Vegetable Fair in Nadarzyn – the largest event in 2022 in Poland organized for the horticulture sector – we presented the new Irriget.com service. It is a service based on advanced algorithms for estimating evapotranspiration that supports decisions on irrigation of crops. Our offer met with great interest of fruit and vegetable growers for whom the time of irrigation as well as the size and distribution of water doses are very important, especially in the period of drought.
SAR satellite data in precision agriculture
After this year’s rape and cereal harvest we assessed the accuracy of our algorithms to estimate the size and spatial distribution of crops using Sentinel-1 radar imagery. The resulting yield maps turned out to be very similar to the maps based on data recorded by harvesters in selected farms in the Polish regions of Pomerania and Mazovia.
We have embraced SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) imagery because it is resistant to the influence of changing weather conditions, which is a limiting factor for the use of Earth Observation in agriculture. The next step will be to use radar data when creating application maps for mineral fertilizers in Fertisat service, and thus be able to provide the service to our clients independently of cloud cover.
We invite everyone interested in this innovative solution to contact us and we also encourage farmers to use the Fertisat service.
New ESA project: remote monitoring of maize crop
Today we started a new ESA project entitled “EO-based enhancement of maize production for the needs of agri-food and renewable energy industries”. We will use satellite and weather data as well as functions of our FertiSat service to assess the condition of maize crop in Poland (already approx. 1.8 million ha), forecast harvest time, and to estimate the size and quality of corn production. Such information is of interest to maize growers, managers in food and feed industry, and to operators of agricultural biogas plants. During the current season and the next season the service will be developed and tested before incorporation as a new module into the FertiSat service.
Wasat’s management team is comprised of experts with multi-year professional background in satellite applications and IT sectors. The company cooperates with many universities and research institutions in Poland and abroad, it is equipped with the state-of-the-art software and research infrastructure and it provides clients with advisory services and training possibilities.
Bartosz graduated in management from the University of Gdańsk and received postgraduate diplomas in satellite applications domain, he was awarded with fellowships from the British Council and ESA. As a manager he worked in the Polish Space Research Centre and in Polspace. Bartosz was a member of the EU Space Advisory Group and now is a Board member of the Polish Space Agency. He is an expert in economics of satellite applications and in use of Earth Observation in agriculture, archaeology and the energy sector.
Remote Sensing Department Manager
Dominik graduated in geography from University in Lublin and completed postgraduate studies in remote sensing and GIS at the Military University of Technology in Warsaw. As a GIS expert he worked for several years in companies and public institutions in Poland. Since 2011 Dominik has been leading satellite imagery processing and analysis in Wasat, with a focus on agriculture, archaeology and environmental protection.
Navigation and Geoinformation Department Manager
Daniel holds degrees in IT and geodesy from the University of Olsztyn where he received a governmental award for his Master thesis. He was employed as an geoinformation expert in companies in Poland and in Ireland. Since 2010 Daniel has been leading software development projects in Wasat. He is an expert in satellite data management, mobile mapping, GNSS and indoor navigation.
Remote Sensing Department
Department’s staff develops methods and algorithms that form the backbone of services offered to the agricultural and environmental protection sectors and to archaeologists. The team acquires advanced knowledge and technical skills during implementation of R&D projects, and through contacts with experts from the European Space Agency. This results in a high-quality work as well as in scientific publications and conference presentations.
The Department creates new methods of searching, processing and distribution of satellite data. It also develops mobile mapping applications and solutions for visualisation of spatial information. The tasks are implemented using modern and effective software development methodology based on standards promoted by international organizations.
Wasat Sp. z o.o.
Office in Gdańsk
Science and Technology Park:
ul. Trzy Lipy 3 (budynek B)
Office in Warsaw:
al. Jana Pawła II 11
+ 48 600 253 700
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