9 November 2018: A new version of the 2018 Castile and Leon crop and natural land map has been generated, including images from Sentinel-2 between January and September 2018. The accuracy measures of the map have been improved with respect to the version published in August, reaching an overall accuracy of 86%. This layer will be updated at the end of the year with all the images available for 2018 from both satellites, Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-2B.
7 August 2018: Published the first version of the 2017 Castile and Leon crop and natural land map with 10m GSD. It is a provisional version generated exclusively with satellite images from ESA Sentinel-2 mission. The satellite images were acquired from January 2018 to June 2018. It is a very detailed land cover map with 47 land cover classes including 25 crop types. This layer will be updated at the end of the year with all the images available at that moment (Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-2B).
1 February 2018: Published the definitive version of the 2017 Castile and Leon crop and natural land map. The spatial resolution is improved from 20 m to 10 m, representing a significant enhancement compared with the maps of the previous year. This definitive version is carried out exclusively with satellite images from Sentinel 2 (Sentinel-2A y Sentinel-2B available as of July 2017), captured from December 2016 to November 2017.
20 October 2017: New maps have been created in order to improve their resolution and quality. The previous PDFs have been replaced by PNG maps. This improvement allows users to print the maps directly without the need to work with raw data and to keep the quality.
30 August 2017: First version of the 2017 map with 10m GSD. It is a provisional version generated only with Sentinel-2 images acquired from December 2016 to July 2017. This layer will be updated at the end of the year with all the images available at that moment (Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-2B).
29 March 2017: Updated 2016 layer due to the incorporation of a LIDAR flight dataset as ancillary data.
20 December 2016: Generated a new versión of the 2016 layer. This version is made with images from Deimos-1, Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2A acquired between January and December 2016. Due to the limited availability of Sentinel-2A imagery during 2016 spring, the product still has 20 m GSD. It is expected to improve spatial resolution in 2017 if Sentinel-2 imagery increases its availability.
10 August 2016: Published the first version of the 2016 layer. It is a preliminary version made with images from Deimos-1, Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2A acquired between January and July 2016. This layer will be updated at the end of the year with new images available during the season.
8 March 2016: 2015 map updated due to new classification execution. New training cases were provided by the Environment Department. This new version improves quality in natural land but has minor incidence in crop classes. Another version of 2015 layer is foreseen after the inclusion of LIDAR data during 2016. Those improvements in natural land classes will be applied to 2011-2014 layers that will be reprocessed in order to be compatible with 2015 layer.
12 February 2016: Launch of the Crop map on-line viewer.
21 December 2015: Definitive version of 2015 Castile and Leon crop and natural land map available.
30 November 2015: First image downloaded from Sentinel 2A satellite of Castile and León. The image archive for 2016 map is starting to be populated.
30 June 2015: Preliminary version of 2015 Castile and Leon crop and natural land map available with satellite imagery from January to June 2015. This is an early version with less accuracy that will be updated by the definitive version by the end of the season. The aim of this version is to supply data to irrigation control
20 January 2015: Supply agreement between Deimos Imaging, Agricultural Technological Institute of Castile and León, Duero River Basin District Authority and National Geographical Institute of Spain. Within the agreement 10 Deimos-1 coverages will be supplied along 2015 according to ITACyL and National Remote Sensing Plan standards.
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