Solving Problems of Agricultural Hazards, Deteriorating Soil Quality, Conversion of Prime Agricultural Lands, Food Security, and Loss of Wildlife Habita.
Land cover is an observable image of the many projects taking place on the land surface. Classifying and mapping land cover is an integral process in understanding the earth's biophysical systems. Land cover classification data are generally geo-referenced with high accuracy data, example: population, urban fabric, trees, water, wildlife, and forests.
Land cover classification is the showcase of different color which makes it very easy to understand and read.
Bare earth classification is done by the semi-automatic process then followed by quality check using global software. Bare Earth class is used for DEM generation.
Advanced Classification point clouds are done by semi-automatic and manual classification process using global software.
Land cover classification has increasingly gained importance in addressing environmental processes and problems especially for developing agricultural countries.