What Is Precision Agriculture?
Precision Agriculture enables land and crop variability to be identified and managed. Unlike uniform farming where all areas are treated the same, Precision Agriculture uses information from yield and quality monitoring equipment, GPS, in-crop sensors, satellite biomass imagery and UAV technology to better match agronomy to the production potential of specific areas.
How Can UAV (Drone) Technology Help Your Business?
UAV’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) carry various sensors to capture images. The use of multispectrum sensors allow ADAcq to produce NDVI maps that can show precise information concerning crop health. The industry standard NDVI maps highlight areas of plant vigor and stress, allowing the farmer to spend less time scouting and more time treating the areas that need it. Airborne Data Acquisition also uses Thermal Imaging to analyse the health of your crop looking at evapotranspiration or areas of warmer crop signalling water stress. Ask ADAcq today how we can help bring you larger yields in the future.