Author Archives: Jose Damico

About Jose Damico

Yet another programmer.

Dr Brett Drury, from SciCrop is awarded by the Royal Academy of Engineers

We are pleased to announce that our Head of Research, Dr Brett Drury, has won the prestigious Leaders in Innovation Fellowship: https://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/international-research-and-collaborations/newton-fund-programmes/leaders-in-innovation-fellowships, which is awarded by the Royal Academy of Engineers. This fellowship will see Brett attending an intensive course … Continue reading

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Dynamic Bayesian Networks from text that represent a specific crop

One of the probabilistic/data science projects inside SciCrop, conducted by our Head of Research, Brett Drury, aims to build Dynamic Bayesian Networks (DBN) from text that represent a specific crop in Brazil. These networks can be used to estimate the … Continue reading

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A Survey of the Applications of Bayesian Networks in Agriculture

In a new paper, Brett Drury, Head of Research at SciCrop describres the importance of Bayesian Networks in agriculture, despite the fact the there is a lack of implementation of this statistical/graphical model, as an important machine learning approach. Here … Continue reading

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Welcome to the new Research Blog of SciCrop

Hi, I am happy to announce that SciCrop has a new place to publish scientific information regarding the research domains related with our services and products. This initiative is an idea from our Head of Research, Brett Drury, who will … Continue reading

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SciCrop releases source code of software that facilitates and automates downloading of satellite images from the Copernicus constellation

Today SciCrop launches the new release of the SciCrop-Sentinel-Extractor project. For those who do not know, this project consists of an autonomous, distributed and multithreaded locator and extractor of images from the Sentinel satellites of the Copernicus space program (http://www.copernicus.eu/main/sentinels). … Continue reading

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