Agricultural API

This product comprises a set of straightforward and user-friendly APIs which are easy to embed in farming applications. Each API is dedicated to its own particular area which means the user can be flexible about how often the data is updated and receive only information that is necessary.

The Agricultural API is aimed primarily at specialists developing agricultural services, and addresses the specific requirements of this sector. It is also geared towards the insurance and banking sectors, and can be used as a farm rating tool.
As well as the base parameters, there are specialised agricultural indices such as soil temperature and moisture, accumulated temperature, accumulated precipitation and satellite data (satellite imagery, and the EVI and NDVI vegetation indices). All agricultural data can be requested for a polygon.

How to Start Using

To start using our product straight away, all you need to do isregister and you’ll receive an automatically generated key for connection to our product.

To start working with our APIs, you just need to send us your coordinates or polygon in GeoJSON format, or the coordinates for the specific point for which you need to receive data.

Then you will receive structured data in accordance with your request, documentation, and our fees.

For your convenience, we have put together several data packages. You can also order any of the data we provide for a period of interest to you. You can find out more about prices and what we offer in the Pricing page.


Dashboard is a visual service where the user can work with satellite imagery and weather data for their polygons.

It provides the following options for the customer’s polygons:
- New satellite imagery every 2 to 4 days
- NDVI and EVI vegetation indices and their statistics
- Hourly and daily weather forecast data
- Current and historical weather data
- Accumulated temperature and precipitation
- Historical NDVI chart

The Dashboard services are based on the OpenWeather Agriculture API to satellite imagery and weather data, which a user can integrate into their agricultural applications, and visualise in the same way or another way.
Developers of agricultural applications can use Dashboard to get real examples of what OpenWeather provides through the Agricultural API. They can use it to visually evaluate how the APIs work, the quantity and quality of data, the speed of processing of requests, and the availability of the services.
It also contains features that are intended to be of interest to farmers. Using the simple interface, they can obtain agricultural data for monitoring their fields and analysing their condition, without any programming, during all seasons and phases of work.