Harnessing the digital revolution for Australian farmers and land managers
Digiscape is solving multiple real-life knowledge shortfalls in the land sector simultaneously. With our common big data infrastructure, Senaps-LAND, we’re supporting next generation decision making and will help transform agricultural industries and environmental action.
Sounds like a complex challenge? You bet it is! Digiscape is frontier research, backed by CSIRO’s expertise in innovative thinking and our drive to meet the needs of industry, community and the environment.
- Through harnessing the benefits of the digital revolution, Digiscape will help make agriculture more profitable, lower impact and lower risk
- We are working on multiple dimensions of the solution at once to help Australian farmers and land managers innovate faster
- Senaps-LAND is enabling us and the agtech sector to unlock existing and future data for end users and become the infrastructure needed to drive collaboration.
Digiscape has already created a suite of digital solutions commercialised by the agricultural sector and has more in train.
What could you achieve working with Digiscape’s expertise, resources and knowledge?
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION | Dr Andrew Moore | Digiscape Leader | t 02 6246 5298 | e email@example.com
Products with industry right now
Graincast™: forecasting Australia’s national grain crop yield
Graincast™: the digital infrastructure that maps, monitors, manages and forecasts grain production across vast areas of our continent.
Helping sugarcane farmers protect the Great Barrier Reef
Helping protect the Great Barrier Reef by enabling upstream sugarcane growers make better nitrogen fertiliser decisions.
Digital services for carbon farming markets
Helping farmers to participate profitably in greenhouse gas mitigation and maximise the benefits to the land from carbon markets.
A world-first, cloud-connected, plant-based sensor monitoring platform with advanced data analytics for reducing the water footprint of high value crops
ePaddocks™: mapping every paddock across the Australian grain region
Using artificial intelligence to identify the boundary of every individual paddock in Australia's grain growing region from space – around 1.7 million of them.
Real world use cases still in development: be one of the first to get involved
Frosts, food and satellites
Developing a national frost monitoring system What is the problem with frosts and growing food? Frosts commonly occur across much […]
Helping Australian prawn farmers move to the forefront of efficient, high production, low-risk prawn aquaculture through sensing and forecasting of animals and ponds.
Multi-application projects: what’s the opportunity you see?
Uncertainty analytics toolbox
Helping land managers make better decisions through novel analytics that assist in quantifying, visualising and communicating uncertainty.
Identifying and responding to social conditions and risks so that next generation decision tools contribute to a fair, sustainable and productive land sector in Australia.
Improving Australia’s digital soil map
Improving yield forecasting and digitally-enabled crop management through accurate and cost effective soil property characterisation.
Climate and weather forecasting
Helping farmers make paddock-level decisions based on current-season as well as multi-year weather and climate forecasts.
Our updated carbon farming tool helping farmers learn more about their carbon market options
Our updated carbon farming tool helping farmers learn more about their carbon market options. (9 Dec 2020)
Digiscape’s social dimensions project: what did we discover?
Social dimensions are in many ways just as important as the underlying technical aspects of new technologies. Find out what Digiscape's social dimensions project has learned. (15 Dec 2020)
Frosts, food and satellites: developing a national frost monitoring system
We’re attempting to develop a near-real-time, national frost event detection system for continuous information on frost occurrence, duration and severity within 12 hours. (10 Dec 2020)