September 11, 2018

Those of you familiar with our Kernel product know that the visualization of our satellite-based analytics is really important to us, not just because of our own geography backgrounds, but because we know that our closest customers depend on map-based visualizations to make critical business decisions.

Today, we’re proud to announce an overhaul of the mapping functionality in Kernel. We’ve been calling it theKernel Globe or, more playfully, a whole new world! Check out the video below:



 

This new global view allows you to:

  • Zoom to locations through a search bar
  • Evaluate plant health metrics through time and space, and multiple data layers at a time
  • Inspect our crop masks
  • Explore data in both raster and choropleth forms (This can prove especially valuable when overlaying production insights on top of crop health imagery.)
  • Toggle between the globe and flat-map views


We’ll be highlighting more exciting use cases for the new functionality (including some coming from our own user community) in the weeks to come.

 

For now, we invite you to trial the Kernel application yourself!



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