Free open-source solutions for environmental monitoring

Open Foris is a set of free and open-source software tools that facilitates flexible and efficient data collection, analysis and reporting.

The tools

Arena

Online platform for survey design, data management, utilization and processing

Collect

Easy and flexible survey design and data management

Collect Mobile

Intuitive data collection and validation in the field

Calc

Efficient and collaborative data analysis and results dissemination

Collect Earth

Easy and flexible survey design and data management

Collect Earth Online

Online Land Monitoring tool for crowd-sourcing of augmented visually interpreted data

Earth Map

The power of Google Earth Engine without coding. A user friendly tool for complex land monitoring

SEPAL

System for earth observation, data access, processing, analysis for land monitoring


News

[email protected] et al. (2021) map coffee production at 10m high-resolution near Buôn Ma Thuột, Vietnam using combined Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2, topographic, and #CollectEarth sampled data in a #randomforest #GoogleEarthEngine classifier. #LoLManuscriptMonday http://bit.ly/GMaskell_2021

https://medium.com/@open.foris/exploring-natural-disasters-with-earth-map-sierra-bermeja-a-sixth-generation-wildfire-in-spain-2c31a5d792ac
Analyzing Burned Areas, processing Land Cover products, visualizing Sentinel-2 images or inspecting precipitation trends anywhere in the world is just easy with #EarthMap!
#GoogleEarthEngine #Sentinel2 @ECMWF @EarthOutreach @esaclimate @NASAEarthData

Belize is updating its GHGi with the help of @OpenForis #CollectEarth in order to monitor the progress of their forest during 2019-2021 and start moving towards result-based payments for their forest protection work! @EarthOutreach @Planet @Climateforest
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/mapathon-2021-belize-forest-department-edgar-correa/

"How App Creator helps you make @Google #EarthEngine Apps" written by Data Scientist Yvonne Fong, was one of our most viewed #GeotechFriday blogs this past year. Check it out here: https://bit.ly/2VzGL6W