• SaaS system living in the public cloud, rich reporting capabilities and custom branding options
  • Overview of individual fields including custom metadata, zonification feature optimizes the validation process
  • Open to custom validation models, enabling compliance with broad range of standards that exist in carbon storage business
  • Plant canopy development in vegetation season, Total crop biomass estimation, Crop health status in agricultural areas, Bare soil exposure

Platform for monitoring regenerative agriculture and carbon farming anywhere in the world. Developed by Big Terra, it is a logical extension of its location-based climate and crop modeling services.

Why “farm” carbon?

Storing carbon in the landscape is one of the best ways to improve the carbon balance, reduce overall carbon emissions, or even reverse the overall flow of the carbon cycle. It is one of the few realistic options to effectively reduce the impacts of climate change and ensure a sustainable future. To store carbon in the landscape, farmers need to farm in specific ways and take targeted actions that lead to storage over the long term. This has a number of other positive effects, but can disrupt normal farming styles and reduce yields in the short term. It is therefore right to pay farmers for regenerative farming and carbon storage.

Benefits of carbon farming

Soil-based carbon sequestration helps restore degraded soils, which can improve agricultural productivity. It is estimated that soils can sequester more than 10% of anthropogenic (human-originated) emissions within 25 years. The result is increased climate resilience: healthier soils make farms more resilient against both droughts and heavy rainfall. At the same time, this process provides other important benefits for soil, crop and environment quality, prevention of erosion and desertification and for the enhancement of bio-diversity.


A platform that enables transparent and impartial mapping and monitoring of farming styles in agricultural fields in terms of carbon storage in the landscape. It uses massive processing of satellite data and crop growth models to provide indicators and benchmarks for assessing the actual efficiency and functionality of carbon storage projects.

Carbognostic enables stakeholders to evaluate the effectiveness of their investment into soil-based carbon sequestration from their desktop.

Want to try it out? Get a demo.

  1. Fill out the demo request form.
  2. Our sales team will review the submitted information and will get back to you within several days with account activation, and provide you with a system walkthrough.
  3. In case of further interest, we can also set up a demo account with data you submit, and you can then explore the Carbognostic platform on your own, test its features, and learn how it can benefit your business yourself.
  4. We encourage new users to reach out to the Carbognostic support team for any questions, assistance, or feedback.