“AgEagle comes with approximately 45 to 60 minutes (depending upon winds) of flight time to capture and process in flight Near Infrared (NIR) images. It is a tool that farmers and agronomists can use to quickly and efficiently create aerial imagery depicting the health of the crops. The best part is that the aerial images can be used by popular farm management software tools to create prescription and zone maps that precision sprayers can use to optimize chemical and nutrient application with today's precision tractors.
It's your drone and you're in control!”- Bret Chilcott, Founder and CEO, AgEagle Aerial Systems.
AgEagle aerial systems help growers increase profits by pinpointing areas where nutrients or chemicals need to be applied thus decreasing input costs and increasing yields. The geo-referenced maps aid customers in fast and precise ground truthing. By being more efficient, farmers and agronomists save time and money.
AgEagle will fly approximately 45 to 60 minutes of flight time to capture NIR (near Infrared) images or NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) enhanced photos that mimic infrared wavelengths. The resulting “prescription map” is created quickly in farm managment software, this data is used to control the chemical applicators.
Busy agriculture professionals don’t have a lot of time during the growing season. Instead of spending hours every night processing images, the AgEagle system does all the time consuming work in minutes. Fly the field, get the images, inspect the field, make your assessment and, if necessary, create a prescription map and never have to leave the field to get the job done. AgEagle is the best tool a grower ever had.