For generations farmers have walked their fields investigating crops manually for signs of stress or disease. This traditional, labor intensive method is time consuming and can be difficult when crop canopies thicken.
Maximize Agriculture Yields with Aerial Imaging Drone
Farmers are now able to evaluate their crops at scale while simultaneously creating crop maps that help them manage crops and time better. Detailed images that are essential for analysis are captured in the field. The NDVI camera allows for multi-spectral crop inspections, giving the farmer to access the data from their mobile device and create a road map for spraying. The data output files can then be uploaded to John Deere tractors and control the output of spray to a field depending on the data.
Aerial thermal imaging has also become an important tool for crop management. It is a non-invasive way to monitor nurseries and greenhouses and even detect plant diseases.
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