• Drone survey on trials

  • Vineyard monitoring

  • NDVI on fertilize trial

  • New agronomic techniques

  • Screening on sorghum variety

Territory Monitoring

Visual assessment of the area of interest in order to detect relevant land changes.

Photogrammetry techniques allow us to build an orthophoto mosaic of all surfaces as well as a corresponding 3D model to perform measurements of spatial magnitudes such as surface, width and volume.

  • Cadastral survey: our aircrafts equipped with high-precision satellite antenna performs photogrammetric surveys with a position error of about 50 cm. The resulting photo mosaic can be checked against a geo-referenced digital cadastral grating. By cross-referencing these two maps a photo-interpretation can be carried out to determine the cadastral category and the intended use
  • Surface models for spatial measurements (glaciers, rock masses, landslides, etc): 3D models can be built by triangulating the points of interest; they faithfully represent the reality, so spatial measurements with decimetre or sub-decimetre accuracy can be performed depending on the sensors used and on flight altitude

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