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Agricultural Mapping & Imagery
Aerial video of farmland is incredibly helpful to be able to map and analyze fluctuations in precipitation, temperature, crop output, and more. By mapping geographic and geologic features of current and potential farmland, scientists and farmers can work together to create more effective and efficient agricultural techniques. Drones make it possible to analyze soil data combined with historical farming practices to determine what are the best crops to plant, where they should be planted, and how to maintain ideal soil nutrition levels. Many agricultural organizations, such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture, are now utilizing this method of information gathering.
Our Pix4D Sequoia aerial mapping camera
3D Point Cloud - Laser scanner quality 3D points from a consumer-grade camera. Clean from moving objects, aerial perspective with limited occlusions, and low acquisition time.
Orthomosaic - High resolution aerial map with corrected perspective, putting you in control of geographic data generation.
Volume Calculation - Calculate volumes on a perfect representation of your stockpile, with adjustable base height and detailed view for more accurate measurements.
Digital Surface Model - Accurate, georeferenced elevation map, ready for your preferred GIS workflow.
Contour Map - Generate contour lines for a simplified representation of topography, then export them for further work.
3D Textured Model - Full 3D triangle mesh with photorealistic texturing, perfect for sharing and online visualization.
The Pix4D Sequoia aerial mapping camera converts multispectral and RGB images into accurate index maps, like NDVI, and orthomosaics of crops and farmland.
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