¿WHAT IS 3EDATA?

3edata is a technology-based company whose work is focused on the rural environment, offering services related to the collection and analysis of environmental information.

The company is specialized in the management of projects in the agroforestry and environmental sector, providing support to the decision-making process of its clients, both public and private, improving their capacity to optimize the available resources and minimizing environmental costs.

3edata is a private initiative promoted by members of the University of Santiago de Compostela, part of the Research Group 1934-Territorio e Biodiversidade (Territory and Biodiversity). Its origins are located within the Campus Terra. 3edata aims to facilitate the access of private companies to the results of research projects, especially those based on Earth Observation, Remote Sensing technologies and remotely sensed databases including those acquired through the use of remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) equipped with multispectral and LiDAR sensors.

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During more than 15 years of activity, the people who make up 3edata have developed projects in multiple areas of the rural and natural environment. Discover our experiences here.

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3edata will participate in the ‘LIFE Wood for Future’ project for the recovery of Granada-Vega poplar groves to boost biodiversity and long-term carbon capture through structural bioproducts

The partnership composed by University of Granada, the Platform for Structural Timber Engineering (PEMADE) of the Campus Terra of the University

3EDATA finalises the project “Mapping LiDAR-based forest inventory models at Extremadura Region using the fourth Spanish National Forest Inventory (SNFI)”

The work was carried out for the Extremadura Forest Service.  The main objective of the project was mapping wall-to-wall estimates

Plan Cruz Roja Responde frente a la COVID-19

This morning we received a certificate of thanks for the support that 3edata gives to the Red Cross Responds Plan