Our precision agriculture services includes both stand counts and inventory analysis for both farms and forestry operations. Stand counts are used to inform replant decisions by assessing the count to identify emergence and spacing issues. Whereas through our inventory analysis we can obtain precise and accurate yield estimations for variety of crops such as the tassels of corn, containerized pine seedlings, and various other crops and types of trees. Additionally, we are also able to obtain precise and accurate yield assessments for livestock and animals as well; and this to vast array of applications ranging from estimating the population of farm animals to endangered species.
Weed mapping services allows early detection of invasive weeds during the growing season. Through this service, reduction in weed population becomes an option. Essentially, it alleviates crops from having to compete for nutritional content with weeds, while simultaneously improving overall crop health and reduction in yield loss.
You can promote overall health of your crop or forestry operations as well as:
Detect Diseased & Stressed Crops/Trees
Identify Water Stress
Assess Weather Damage
Identify Invasive Pest/Animal Damage
Assess Nitrogen Status
and so much more.
Unfortunately, storms do happen. Allow us to help you manage damages and recuperate losses due to acts of mother nature.
Manage farming and forestry operations with various zone maps to identify or assess quantifiable data of crops, areas riddled with invasive weeds, or even pest control through zone mapping. This process helps collectively identify all aspects of agriculture or forestry operations to optimally allocate resources.
Through our orthomosaic & elevation mapping, detailed imagery and topographical information can be used to help in planning and managing agriculture and forestry operations. Specifically, by increasing operational efficiency to create maps that aid in drainage, land-leveling, or operation expansion and development.
Using our technology we are able to measure we are to provide detailed reports identifying tree counts, density, height, and diameter.
Comprehensive mapping, resulting in high resolution paired with Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) allows us to autonomously count crops. Whether hundreds or thousands of acres, we count the impossible.
Crop size is of no issue, as we were able to identify and count over 200,000 containerized pine seedlings.
Multispectral Imaging discovered several portions of diseased and stressed crops due to weed infestation. Why spray the entire field, when we can isolate areas of concentration, saving both time and money.
Comprehensive analytics and insight on weed conditions for an entire field at the palm of your hand.
This property has suffered beetle infestations before, losing hundreds of acres of harvestable lumber. Through our health analytics we can routinely monitor forest health from hundreds to thousands of acres. No more waiting until its too late and trees are unsalvageable.
High resolution multispectral imaging to the rescue again. Not only do we detect diseased and stressed crops, we also pinpoint these problematic areas. Talk about a time and money saver.
Storms are a part of the industry and often it is hard to accurately quantify the extent of damage. That is why we are here, we can scan hundreds to thousands of acres to ensure you know the full extent of damage to your growing operation.
Machine Learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) used to autonomously search hundreds of acres for fallen trees following a catastrophic storm. Whether for personal records or insurance claims, our damage assessments provides the insight needed to make critical decisions.
Managing a growing operations is already challenging enough, but with new aerial maps perspective changes can be better made.
There are numerous considerations in regards to managing property, but DEM can help alleviate the potential concerns during maintenance and expansion.
Detailed reports revealing the individual diameter of trees, density, and height all in the palm of your hand