Aerial Crop Analysis
Pix4Dag converts multispectral images into accurate reflectance and index maps, like NDVI, and uses RGB images to generate high resolution orthomosaics. Easily integrate drone-based technology into your Ag operations, processing locally when and where you want.
MOBILE + DESKTOP + CLOUD Solutions
Adaptable professional workflows from drone flight to finish.
Easy workflow. Automated processing templates for agriculture maps. Desktop + Cloud processing. Work where and when you want. Index calculator. Generate index maps, like NDVI, and convert them into application maps for farm machinery. Camera flexibility. Multispectral, modified and RGB cameras. Integrate + Collaborate. Application maps in industry standard formats. Share NDVI maps directly from your browser, without compromising privacy.
Radiometric accuracy. Optimal results from Ag-designed, multispectral cameras.
Reflectance maps properly capture your plant’s reflectance at specific bands, storing this value at the pixel level and giving you access to information on vegetation health as well as the foundation from which to derive vegetation indices.
Maps are radiometrically accurate, meaning differences in incoming light intensity, sensor response and sun angle are taken into account and adjusted for, recording the most accurate reflection properties of your plants.
Index Maps (e.g. NDVI, NDRE)
Index maps combine information from the reflectance maps to highlight plant health differences that are directly or indirectly related to issues such as water stress, nutrient deficiencies, pests or more.
High resolution aerial maps made from RGB images, with corrected perspective and uniform scale, give you geographic data from an aerial perspective.
Maps that aggregate and visualize the values derived from your index maps. Exported as a shapefile (*.shp), they can be directly imported into farm-specific equipment for later application in the field.