Open Foris

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English
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Open Foris is a set of free and open-source software tools that facilitates flexible and efficient data collection, analysis and reporting. This platform covers areas such as environmental monitoring, biodiversity assessment, forest inventories, and more. Users can access tools to collect data on mobile devices, ideal for fieldwork, as well as satellite imagery to enhance land assessment, and a tool to calculate and analyze data. A tool called SEPAL allows users to process satellite data and produce relevant geospatial analysis.

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