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AI/ML Solutions For Soil Carbon Sequestration

March 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT

On March 26, 2024, at 6 PM (CET) / 12 AM (EDT), EOS Data Analytics (EOSDA), a global provider of AI-powered satellite imagery analytics, will host a free webinar on the current trends of soil organic carbon (SOC) sequestration, their use in precision agriculture, and maximization of carbon sustainability.
The webinar will focus on AI and ML solutions for carbon sequestration, subsequent impact on climate change, and other available precision farming tools. It will be held in English and last approximately 1.5 hours.
All kinds of agriculture-, carbon-, and GIS-oriented businesses and organizations are invited to attend the webinar, as well as journalists, climate volunteers and activists, GIS scientists and students, green enthusiasts, and environmentalists interested in precision agriculture and carbon capture.
Speakers will discuss the following topics:
How farmers’ fields can sequestrate CO2 from the atmosphere and mitigate climate change.
What Field activities farmers should do to expand the amount of soil organic carbon and how they can get carbon credits.
Why farmers should take the SOC baseline and how EOSDA technologies help detect the amount of SOC more precisely.
How EOSDA predicts SOC using models like RothC and how to save up to 90% of the budget on soil sampling.
How custom solutions like Field Boundary Detection and Crop Classification, when added to certain practices, increase the possibility of farmers getting more carbon credits.
How EOSDA’s custom solutions helped in soil carbon sequestration assessment in real-world use cases in Canada, Greece, and Australia.
After the webinar, attendees will have the opportunity to ask the presenters questions during the Q&A session. Registered users will receive detailed instructions on how to join the event. In addition, the broadcast recording will be available.
Registration is available by the link


March 26
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT


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