Unmanned aircraft are increasingly being successfully utilized in landscape management, agriculture, forestry, and environmental conservation. They offer the possibility to efficiently monitor vast natural, agricultural, or forested areas, including through multispectral analysis.
The NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) is a vegetation index that indicates the level of chlorophyll in plants.
Special sensors, such as multispectral or thermal cameras, collect data that can reveal the condition of surfaces and vegetation, for example, related to pest attacks, nutrient and water supply status, etc. This allows for real-time targeted application and optimization of measures with respect to the environment and natural resources.
Regular data collection within multispectral analysis and its documentation also enables accurate and reliable yield predictions. Drones equipped with multispectral equipment provide valuable information about the nature, quality, and productivity of your cultivated areas. Aircraft are not limited by the size of the area and enable the inspection of even large surfaces.