What is Agricam Labs
First of its kind in Israel, Agricam has developed the Agricam labs platform, which handles cost-free satellite images at the touch of one button.
on this platform you will view a large database; the "Big data", sent hourly from remote sensing satellites. thanks to the latest satellite images from any point in the world, you will be exposed to the state-of- the- art information which is now changing the world's coverage of agriculture, industry, energy, natural disasters, etc. System access does not require registration or payment and supports any browser.

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The data source
Sentinel 2

Satellites Sentinel 2 are a constellation of twin Earth observation satellites  (Sentinel 2a and Sentinel2B) developed by the ESA as part of the Copernicus program to carry out land observations and support services such as agriculture and forestry monitoring, land cover classification, disaster management and more. They have been manufactured by Airbus DS and are being operated by the European Space Agency. Sentinel 2 carries a 13-channel multi-spectral sensor at a 10-meter barrel resolution with a field of view of 290 km.
Landsat 8

Landsat 8 is the eighth and newest satellite from the Landsat program. The satellite collects land and growth data used mainly in agriculture, education, business, science, and government. The Landsat 8 is a collaboration mission between NASA and the US Geological Survey (USGS).  It carries two sensors: a multi-spectral sensor and a thermal one. It provides seasonal coverage every 16 days for any point in the world at a spatial resolution of 15-30 meters (Achromatic).
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How to use Agricam Labs

First, Enter the Agricam Labs platform by following link 

Then select the                  tab to display the satellites from which the

information will be displayed.

Then click on the                  tab where you can select a relevant index.

Finally select the date you want to select in the                 tab

when the dates are marked in gray on the calendar it  represent the date of the

satellite acquisition of the observed area (Each zone will have a different date).

The products are updated daily according to the region in the world.