Drone Data in Agriculture — Here’s how Agremo Made it Better

Did you know you could use drone data in agriculture to lower costs and improve crop performance? If yes, chances are you’ve already heard about Agremo. We’ve just released a new version of our app and are excited to show you what you can do with drone data in agriculture today. Read on!

Detailed insights into plants and crops with 12 analyses on weed, diseases and many more.

There are many ways in which drone data can help you improve activities on the field, and the different analyses are by far the most important factor. Essentially, you make a drone map of your field and request the according analysis you need. And the goal of these analyses is to “scan” the field and determine the location and the percentage of problem areas.

There are, for example, analyses that can show you how to spot weed and diseases, identify pest-infested areas and even help you count plants and trees. Besides being drastically faster than traditional measures, drone data analyses offer exact numbers and percentages together with the precise location of healthy and problematic areas.

Apart from these the usual drone data analyses like weed, pest and disease analyses and plant counting, it became evident that farmers and agronomists are in need of a simple way to create an overview of their field. To let them mark points of interest on their field (such as ponds, or barns) and calculate how large certain areas on their fields are, we developed the Eagle Eye report.

Take a look at all 12 drone data analyses for agriculture.

[NEW]Quick and simple map and results sharing

Drone analyses are performed to offer more insights and enable a more effective workflow, usually between several different people. For example, between the agronomist, who is offering drone data analyses, and the farmer, who is looking for help which the agronomist can provide.

In our newest app version, these users get to keep all their fields and maps in one place and avoid losing track on their work. And if users want to share the map and let colleagues and clients browse through the field, all they have to do is to send them a link and invite them to have an in-depth look at the map and the result layer.

In addition to this, the app lets users share the shapefile and the results in user-friendly PDF format.

[NEW]Compare maps from different time periods on the same screen

To track how a field has been progressing or whether or not your measures are showing success, it can be tremendously useful to see the analysis results from different time periods on one screen.

This is done with by adding overlay maps, which are essentially different results from a particular field placed onto each other. This way, the similarities and differences that came up over time will shimmer through and allow you to see how your field has changed.

Our newest app version supports this cool feature and is particularly popular to prove the effectiveness of measures, prove losses or simply visually track your field’s progress.

[NEW]Clear action steps thanks to personalized recommendations and comments

Drone-based analyses can tell you what parts of the field need further attention. To translate this data into performance-enhancing steps, users can now enter comments into the recommendation and comment field of their Agremo analysis and let colleagues and clients know what they think would be the next best step based on the obtained data from the report.

Having all these features in one place makes working with drone data a lot easier. And for those of you who can’t wait to get their results — Agremo now offers plans with different processing priorities!

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  • Agremo Stand Count Analysis shows how successful seeding was and how many plants farmers will be able to harvest. Withal, it can help to apply different sowing standards in different parts of the plot, in order to achieve the highest yields.

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    Agroservice and Product Manager (Maize and Oil Crops), KWS SAAT AG

  • Since we ran our first report with Agremo, both our company and our customers continue to be impressed with the accuracy of the reports compared to our ground truthing. We have leveraged many Agremo reports but find the most value in crop health, weed and stand count analyses. We continue to leverage the Agremo intelligence as a proven way to improve our customers’ bottom line.

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    Agremo Analytics For Precision Agriculture

    • Plant Stress Analysis

      • identify and quantify zones of (potential) stress
      • act timely with the most adequate measures
      • increase yield potential
    • Weed Analysis

      • spot weed-infested areas in time
      • take immediate effective in-season corrective measures
      • get precise spraying maps
    • Pest Analysis

      • identify the exact location and size of pest affected field area(s)
      • take timely appropriate yield-saving corrective measures to prevent plant damage and crop yield reduction
    • Plant Disease Analysis

      • examine the entire vegetated area and evaluates its current condition
      • locate affected plants by diseases caused by viruses, fungi, or bacteria
    • Flowering Analysis

      • know accurate percentage of plants that have reached the flowering stage
      • perform yield estimations
      • determine the best time for harvesting and swathing
    • Stand Count

      • get the precise number of plants in a specific area
      • evaluate seed quality
      • assess field damages
      • know the zones of potential yield losses
    • Nitrogen Status Analysis

      • get data on health variations within field zones
      • data for soil samplings and precise spraying and fertilizing
    • Waterlogging Analysis

      • quickly and accurately locate all potential waterlogged areas in your field
      • reduce the negative effects of waterlogging, regardless of the field size and crop sort
    • Drought Analysis

      • identify and quantify all plants affected with drought
      • assess their current drought status
      • determine the exact areas of varying drought conditions
    • Canopy Analysis

      • get data on exact percentage covered by canopy/leaf area and ground cover area
      • and vital data on vegetation conditions and primary plant productivity
    • Plant Stress Analysis

      • identify and quantify zones of (potential) stress
      • act timely with the most adequate measures
      • increase yield potential
    • Weed Analysis

      • spot weed-infested areas in time
      • take immediate effective in-season corrective measures
      • get precise spraying maps
    • Pest Analysis

      • identify the exact location and size of pest affected field area(s)
      • take timely appropriate yield-saving corrective measures to prevent plant damage and crop yield reduction
    • Plant Disease Analysis

      • examine the entire vegetated area and evaluates its current condition
      • locate affected plants by diseases caused by viruses, fungi, or bacteria
    • Flowering Analysis

      • know accurate percentage of plants that have reached the flowering stage
      • perform yield estimations
      • determine the best time for harvesting and swathing
    • Stand Count

      • get the precise number of plants in a specific area
      • evaluate seed quality
      • assess field damages
      • know the zones of potential yield losses
    • Nitrogen Status Analysis

      • get data on health variations within field zones
      • data for soil samplings and precise spraying and fertilizing
    • Waterlogging Analysis

      • quickly and accurately locate all potential waterlogged areas in your field
      • reduce the negative effects of waterlogging, regardless of the field size and crop sort
    • Drought Analysis

      • identify and quantify all plants affected with drought
      • assess their current drought status
      • determine the exact areas of varying drought conditions
    • Canopy Analysis

      • get data on exact percentage covered by canopy/leaf area and ground cover area
      • and vital data on vegetation conditions and primary plant productivity