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. Because of this, an increasing number of farmers have turned to drones to save time, reduce costs and increase yields.
With the Atlas series, farmers are able to evaluate their crops at scale while simultaneously creating crop maps that help them manage crops and time better. This series is highly portable, and boasts industry leading flight times. Equipped with 12 megapixel cameras and up to 4K video they capture clear, detailed images that are essential for analysis.
The Atlas provides a non-invasive way to monitor nurseries and greenhouses and even detect plant diseases. Using the NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) camera available, farmers can measure plant height and health, catch the presence of disease early on, assess drought damage and so much more. On a small farm, this kind of precision can be accomplished with hand-tending, but on large-scale farms it’s very challenging without proper technology.
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