Software

Measure Ground Control

Measure, an AgEagle company, is an aerial intelligence company that builds software to automate drone operations workflows.  With end-to-end program management, user-friendly flight control and in-platform data analysis, Measure’s Ground Control is a cloud-based, plug-and-play operating system that empowers pilots and large enterprises with everything they need to operate drone fleets, fly autonomously, collaborate globally, visualize data and integrate with existing business systems and processes.

HempOverivew and FarmLens

Crop Registration, Oversight & Compliance

AgEagle is intent on leveraging our Ag Tech expertise to champion the use of proven, advanced web- and map-based technologies as a means to streamline and ultimately standardize hemp and other government regulated crops’ cultivation regulatory oversight, compliance and enforcement.  Growers need to be registered/permitted; crops need to be monitored and inspected; and enforcement operations must be established to ensure compliance with anticipated state and federal mandates.

​Through the introduction of our solution, HempOverview,  AgEagle represents the first agriculture technology company to bring to market an advanced Agtech solution that is designed to meet the unique complexities of the emerging American hemp industry and the needs and demands of its key stakeholders.

AgEagle is recognized as one of the industry’s top-rated providers of next generation, end-to-end aerial imagery collection and analytics solutions built specifically for precision growers.  Our user-friendly FarmsLens solution can easily and quickly stitch virtually thousands of high resolution, multi-spectral images together to produce detailed prescription maps for everything from disease and pest infestations to weather impact and improper irrigation – all before these issues can be detected by the naked eye and at materially lower costs than satellite or manned aircraft flyovers.

AgEagle is intent on leveraging our expertise to champion the use of proven, advanced web- and map-based technologies as a means to streamline and ultimately standardize hemp cultivation regulatory oversight, compliance and enforcement.  Growers need to be registered/permitted; crops need to be monitored and inspected; and enforcement operations must be established to ensure compliance with anticipated new state and federal mandates.