A “Birds Eye View” provides a different perspective on the landscape, ground or farm. It can provide both the detail and the wide angle view of what the eye can see, photographed in great detail and available to let the whole world see it. The views can be transmitted instantly or stored to allow comparison of both a time dimension or space dimension. What allows this? The new UAS of course
The “hands free” autonomous C2000 revolutionises the gathering of aerial images and with the addition of spectral differentiation can interrogate the landscape in immense detail. This is easy to find for physical objects such as fences, dams, rivers, buildings and roads. But what about information hidden to the human eye? So the hidden information about photosynthesis, growth, dry matter, nutrient difficiencies, temperatures, species, biodiversity etc can now be revealed by special cameras.
Analysis of the data and its display as “colour coding” allows the farmers eye to distinguish between parts of the pasture or crop suffering from nutrient or water deprivation. And this information is available in the field to speed up decision making, with greater accuracy.