Case Studies


Ecodevelopment SA is a leading force in the field of environmental applications in Greece for the last 25 years. With the spearhead of areawide Mosquito Control projects, the company operates nationwide and abroad on application, operational organization and scientific consulting. Also important is the impact of the company in the field of Public Health with extensive research for the control of vector borne diseases. Since 2013, the company is active in the field of agriculture, developing Precision Agriculture services in a wide range of crops such as rice, wheat, corn, cotton, vine and olives.

The company's experience extends from the systematic collection, recording, analysis and management of field data (environmental, entomological, agronomical, etc.), to the organization and application of ground and aerial spraying. The company has a significant scientific and technical stuff of 30 permanent and 150 seasonal collaborators and supported by a considerable computing power, special purpose vehicles and state-of-the-art mapping and spraying UAVs. The advantage of Ecodevelopment in order to organize and supervise area wide projects is the ability to collect and analyze big-field-data using, among other methods, machine learning, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS) and real-time communication based on specialized web applications.

CheRemote RESEARCH PROJECT

CheRemote RESEARCH PROJECT

VERTICILLIUM WILT OF OLIVE

VERTICILLIUM WILT OF OLIVE

Precision
Agriculture

Mosquitoes in Greece is a problem with significant impact on quality of life and public health. Extensive rice fields and wetlands adjacent to settlements, combined with favorable temperature conditions, misuse of irrigation water and wastewater, they all create an ideal environment for mosquito development. Particularly in northern Greece, where the 90% of rice fields and 70% of wetlands of the country occur, the problem in some areas is extremely important.

Mosquitoes in Greece is a problem with significant impact on quality of life and public health. Extensive rice fields and wetlands adjacent to settlements, combined with favorable temperature conditions, misuse of irrigation water and wastewater, they all create an ideal environment for mosquito development. Particularly in northern Greece, where the 90% of rice fields and 70% of wetlands of the country occur, the problem in some areas is extremely important.