The Agremo web app offers you the possibility to turn drone imagery into valuable agricultural insights in just a few clicks.
Important note: Please, upload only stitched, georeferenced images. To stitch your drone images, you can use any stitching tool you like on the market.
CREATE AN ACCOUNT
Go to the Agremo website and create an account by clicking Sign up/Log in located in the upper right corner. 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 required information. Then, you’ll 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 automatically adjusted based on the data from the georeferenced map. The purpose of entering a location is to allow you to simply find your fields and analyses 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
Agremo offers the following options:
- Upload raw drone images for stitching or
- Upload already stitched GeoTIFF orthomosaic map
Upload a map directly from your device
A map upload using the file from the file system is one of two ways to upload raw drone images for stitching or GeoTIFF maps.
After you add your first field, enter the field location and required information, then you’ll be asked whether you’d like to add a map to this field.
An important next step is to choose your camera type:
- For RGB images, user should choose RGB camera type
2. For MS images, user should choose specific camera type from the list
When you mapping with the M3M you will get results in the form of RGB (JPEGs) and MS (TIFFS) the green, red, red edge and NIR images.
Before uploading the file to Agremo, it is necessary to separate the images into RGB and MS and upload the zipped file with RGB (JPEGs) or MS (TIFFs); G, R, RE, NIR – georeferenced images.
Upload a map via a public link
A map upload via a public link is a secondary way to upload either raw drone images for stitching or GeoTIFF maps. For it, you must click on the “Public Link” button.
That URL must be publicly available (shared with anyone who has access to that link).
You can upload maps from:
- Google Drive – https://www.google.com/drive/
- Dropbox – https://www.dropbox.com/
- OneDrive – https://www.microsoft.com/en/microsoft-365/onedrive/online-cloud-storage
In case you want to export a map from DroneDeploy to your email, you will get a link that you can copy and upload to Agremo (right-click on the Download button and copy the link to Agremo).
After uploading your compressed files, either from your device or via public link, click on the Save button and stitching will start immediately.
If everything is ok with the compressed (zip) file, after the stitching process, a new modal will be displayed with the message
User will be notified via email when the map is processed and ready for usage.
If something is not working well, a warning message will be displayed.
On the other hand, once the upload of your stitched GeoTIFF images to Agremo is completed, you will receive an email notification:
Note: It is highly recommended to upload the zip file via a public link, since an error may occur when importing large files due to an unstable internet connection.
If the user does not have approved stitching in the package, he will receive a notification email that map processing has failed. In that case, it is necessary to contact [email protected]
Further, you can find the uploaded map by clicking the Field list icon in the top bar:
To request the analysis, you need to 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 pin on the app home screen.
Then, a window with all field maps will appear. Click on the map you want to analyze:
SELECT THE AREA YOU WANT TO ANALYZE
Since you have uploaded and then opened your map, now you need to mark the area on your field that you want to analyze. This is called- creating an annotation.
To create an annotation, select the area measurement tool on the left sidebar.
NOTE: This step is important because analysis will be performed only for the selected area.
Use the dots of the area management tool to mark the area you would like to analyze.
During the selection of AOI (Area of Interest), you can go a step back, and undo the last AOI step by pressing ESC on your keyboard.
You can select the entire field or only parts of it.
If you want to select multiple AOIs or polygons, you can do it by holding SHIFT on your keyboard, and clicking on desired polygons. Please, keep in mind that the requested analysis on multiple polygons will create a cumulative report for the total area under the selected AOIs.
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:
Hover over the icons to see the exact descriptions of the analyses.
In this example, we are going to request Agremo’s Plant Population analysis. This analysis provides the report which tells you the exact number of plants in your field (or in 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:
Finally, 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 of the same area or the same field, simply submit another request following the same steps described above.
Ready to analyze? Create an account (the first 20 acres for analysis are free and there are plenty of things to see even if you don’t have a map yet)!