Jul 26, 2021
Real-time mapping introduced by Sentera to aid decision support

Sentera announced July 22 expanded beta availability of the Real-Time Mapping  feature for the FieldAgent Aerial Scouting iOS app.

In just seconds, RTM provides high-quality map products, at the field edge, with no internet connection required, further supporting Sentera’s commitment to deliver the best set of “Real-Time Mapping

Real-Time Mapping (RTM) joins Sentera’s growing list of fast, edge-based capabilities that our customers can use to generate insights efficiently and engage more closely with their customers and partners.

“For technology to be useful in agriculture, we all know it must be timely,” Eric Taipale, CEO of Sentera,” said in a news release. “FieldAgent Real-Time Mapping enables agronomic professionals to make timely, effective decisions in the field with no need for an internet connection.”

In 2017, Sentera released a real-time NDVI product. In 2019, the company released a real-time implementation of their stand, emergence, and seed performance analytics, a capability that also does not require connectivity. Last year, the team developed and released the edge-based execution of several advanced machine learning-based analytics for enterprise customers.

External users participating in this beta can use RTM to create maps with DJI Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 and Mavic 2 Pro platforms using the onboard RGB imagers. Paid FieldAgent subscribers will receive RTM without an additional charge.

Individuals interested in participating in this beta should reach out to Sentera by filling out this form.  

For more about Sentera and how they are helping companies and individuals generate insights efficiently and engage more closely with their customers and partners, visit sentera.com.




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