Pix4D and Parrot explore vegetation research with 3D NDVI
Like giant air purifiers, the ancient sequoia trees in California are key to their environment, and studied to measure how much C02 they capture. See how this project used drones and multispectral cameras to create 3D NDVI point clouds of these enormous and ancient trees.
3D NDVI point cloud
While mapping and modeling from RGB images is increasingly commonplace, multispectral imagery has been limited to 2D map creation, hiding critical information. In this project we have explored how to bridge the power of 3D with the value on multispectral imagery…Read More
Parrot & Pix4D
Climate Innovation Grant
Parrot & Pix4D announce a ‘Climate Innovation Grant’ to help foster further innovation surrounding the impact of climate change.
Discover this project video, shot in Whitaker Forest, California, with Dr. Todd Dawson, Canopy Ecologist.
Explore with us
We want you to discover this exciting new dimension of information with us. For the moment, this algorithm works exclusively with Parrot Sequoia. If you have this camera, or simply have an interest in 3D NDVI, please fill out the form below.
Purchase Sequoia camera and Pix4D software as a bundle (educational licenses available).