Agremo offers you the possibility to turn drone imagery into valuable agricultural insights in just a few clicks. Here is what you need to do with your stitched images in order to make plants and farmers happy:
Create an account
Go to www.agremo.com and create an account by clicking Sign up/Log in located in the upper right corner:
Go to Create an Agremo Account and enter the email address you would like to link your account to and type in the remaining account information. Got it? Welcome to Agremo!
Add a field
To add your first field, click the button Add Field in the upper left corner:
Enter the field location and the required information. You’ll then be asked whether you’d like to add a map to this field – click yes.
The field’s location doesn’t have to be too precise, as it will be adjusted automatically based on the data from the georeferenced map. The purpose of entering a location is just to allow you to find your fields and analyses on the desktop when you log in the next time.
The data you enter is treated as confidential information: the field and location data you enter is only visible to you and we will never share your personal data with others.
Upload a map
Now, to upload a map to your newly created field, prepare a zip file with stitched images of your field (GeoTIFF format). Note that you cannot upload raw images, as drone data is extracted from stitched GeoTiff maps, not JPEG pictures:
In case you still haven’t turned your raw images into a map, just upload your images to a stitching platform such as DroneDeploy. They’ll stitch the individual images together for you and have your 2D map ready in no time. The map you get from them is what you upload to Agremo.
It’s like making an apple pie: instead of baking the ingredients one by one, you prepare and stir the ingredients together to get a delicious pie. The same applies here: instead of uploading individual images, you upload a map which shows your whole field as one.
Once the upload of your stitched GeoTIFF image to Agremo is completed, you’ll find your map by clicking the Field list icon in the top bar:
To launch the analysis process, open the field you want to analyze by clicking the field’s name.
Another way to access your map after uploading it is to click the according pin on the app homescreen:
Then, a window with all maps of this field appears. Click on the map you want to analyze:
Select the area you want to analyze
Now that you have uploaded and opened your map, you need to mark the area on your field that you want to analyze. This is also called creating an annotation.
To create an annotation, select the area measurement tool on the left sidebar:
Use the dots of the area management tool to mark the area you would like to analyze.
You can select the entire field or only parts of it. In this case, we would like to know how many plants there are in this particular area:
Request an analysis
Click on the area you’ve selected in the previous step. Then go to the bar in the upper part of the screen and click Choose Analysis. The following menu will appear:
Hover over the icons to see exact descriptions of the analyses. In this example, we are going to request a Plant Population analysis. This report is one of 9 Agremo reports and tells you the exact number of plants on your field (or on a specific area of your field).
After selecting the analysis you want to perform, a window will appear where you’ll need to fill in the required information. Once you’ve entered your information, click Run Analysis.
After this, you’ll receive a confirmation email, as well as a message on your screen saying that your analysis was successfully submitted:
That’s all! Your map will be on the way to our team and you’ll have your report ready within 2 business days or less.
The email you get from us after 2 business days or less contains your final report. Besides this, you can access and download your report on the Agremo app by clicking the icon in the lower right corner of your field screen:
Click on Stats, after which your results appear:
To perform another analysis on the same area or on the same field, simply submit another request following the same steps as described above.
Ready to rock? Create an account and start getting the whole picture (the first analysis is FREE)!