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Users in managed living resources refer to human activities exploiting natural organic resources. Knowledge and information products to forge a viable strategy for the user’s operations such as the assessment of the status of the resource due to natural or human activities for effective commercial exploitation and conservation. This includes agriculture, fishing and forestry sectors.

Market Sector


EO Services


Agricultural commodities/trading,
agricultural production / horticulture,
agricultural services,
agriculture machinery,
agriculture and rural development policy,
agri chemicals / plants & fertilizers,
animal production / livestock/ stock traders on commodity price like wheat, coffee.

The EO/GI users also include agriculture and rural policy makers and insurers.

Assess environmental impact of farming

Assess crop damage due to storms

Monitor crop disease and stress

Assess crop acreage and yield harvest

Monitor specific crop types

Forecast crop yields

Monitor water use on crops and horticulture

Detect illegal or undesired crops

Measure land use statistics


Forest management,
forest Services,
logging industry,
wood, paper and pulp industry,
forest policy,
forest machinery,
forest policy makers.

Assess deforestation / forest degradation

Assess environmental impact of forestry

Assess forest damage due to storms or insects

Assess changes in the carbon balance

Detect and monitor wildfires

Assess forest types

Monitor forest resources

Detect illegal forest activities


Fish stock management,
fishing fleets,
fishery distribution logistics,
aquaculture / fish farms,
coastal management agencies,
fisheries authorities / policy makers.

Map water depth / charting

Forecast and map large waves

Map fish shoals

Detect and monitor illegal fishing

Forecast and monitor current movement and drift

Detect and monitor oil slicks

Detect and monitor oil slicks

Monitor pollution at sea

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