The state-of-the-art photogrammetry techniques working for agriculture. Tackling the industry challenges by converting drone images into orthomosaics, digital surface models, index maps, zones and prescription maps to maximize operational efficiency.
Fields of application
Digital Scouting and Crop protection
Identify issues faster
by scouting with timely and high-resolution drone maps.
Understand your plant’s distress
by exploring the different vegetation index maps.
Link vegetation index maps to plant features
by comparing and interpreting different layers of information side by side.
Obtain management-ready maps
by aggregating information into zones.
Create comprehensive Variable Rate Application Maps
for a more targeted use of inputs.
Connect with your Farming Management Platform
and export any map in various industry standard formats.
Generate maps immediately to validate and sustain your insurance claims with visual proof.
Benefit from a new layer of information in your trials thanks to vegetation index maps and their custom vegetation indices.
Irrigation and erosion control
Detailed Digital Surface Model to plan and manage your irrigation and to structure your field and minimize soil erosion.
Obtain an accurate 3D representation of your crops and forest to better understand your operation in context.
How drone mapping is making on-farm test plots an even more relevant practice for everyone
The importance of plot level statistics make agriculture efficient, profitable, and sustainable ensuring that new techniques are proven to work. Scientific evidence is the key for new agricultural techniques to move their way into the mass market. Projects like this one reinforce that goal, replicable numbers become the building block for everything else.
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