Airborne and Satellite Imagery

Airborne and Satellite Imagery

Biomass imagery is a low cost, real time opportunity to make timely decisions on crop management. Precision Agronomics Australia can acquire crop biomass during the growing season using Satellite or UAV Imagery.

SVI August 2018

SVI July 2018

The spatial resolution or pixel size (or ground sample distance) can be as low as 4cm, providing highly accurate information on crop growth patterns.

The data can also be used to develop Variable Rate prescriptions for late application of Nitrogen, as a comparison to yield maps or simply having images of the crop used for precision ‘ground truthing’.