Jul 16, 2019
ADAMA adds aerial data imagery analysis service

Crop protection provider Adama US is offering a new service. Adama Eagle Eye offers an advanced analysis of aerial data and imagery that helps growers protect yields more efficiently through maps, statistics and other tools.

Insights from this web-based tool lead to lower production costs and higher yields for growers looking to turn their drone-collected images into actionable and accurate data. Eagle Eye analysis reports use aerial footage to simplify field scouting and help take the guesswork out of crop progress.

The technology is backed by Agremo, a company that focuses on simplicity in precision agriculture. Eagle Eye uses high-end technology that’s easy to run to help drone operators, agricultural consultants and producers achieve higher outputs. The technology has been successfully applied in more than 100 countries on more than 100 crop types for various plant counting and plant health analytics.

To learn more, visit www.adamaeagleeye.com.




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