Multispectral surveying makes it possible to determine the quality of vegetation on the earth’s surface.
It is the best tool for agriculture, as an effective way to increase yields, improve the quality of agricultural products, reduce costs and recoup your investment in the very near future.
As a result of data processing, you receive maps of vegetation indices (NDVI, PVI, WDVI, SAVI, LAI, etc.) by which you can assess the productivity of agricultural lands, namely:
— condition of plants;
— moisture contents;
— nitrogen content;
— chlorophyll content;
— increase in biomass.
Multispectral surveying, aerial photography and video monitoring in combination make it possible to carry out an inventory of farmland, assess soil quality, control agricultural work, assess the condition of plants, identify negative factors in a timely manner and predict harvest.