Altum Sample Data
01. Simultaneous capture of five discrete spectral bands and thermal images.
02. High image resolution on multispectral images enabling high resolution applications.
03. Radiometrically calibrated spectral and thermal imagers for precise, repeatable measurements.
04. Aligned thermal and multispectral imagery means advanced analytics are simpler to create.
and multispectral imagery
The MicaSense Altum captures six bands - red, green, blue, red edge, near-infrared and thermal. The capture of these bands happens at the same moment, making the data easier to align and use for analytics. Also, because there are six bands, data from Altum can be used to create anything from NDVI to digital surface models to thermal heat maps
More detail from 400 ft.
Altum’s high resolution imagers mean you don’t need an extra RGB camera. Less gear and streamlined data capture ensure that you can spend more time analyzing your data and less time flying.
Standard-sized wheelbarrow and pumpkin detail shown in closeup.Pumpkin Patch - 60m
Areas of increased growth, resulting from overwatering, shown as seen in Thermal layer.Vineyard - 120m
Areas of increased growth as seen in High-Res RGB layer.Vineyard - 120m
Drone Data that Delivers
Our goal is to give you the tools you need to get the best-quality yield from the healthiest crops you can grow. It’s why we designed our products for agriculture from the ground up, why we work to make them better every day, and why our engineers answer customers’ questions when needed—so you know that we’ve put together a solution that can help you keep your profits as healthy as your crops.
One Sensor to do the job of three
Capture data on plant health, phenotype, water stress and more using one sensor, in one pass. Use Altum imagery to do more than just confirm what you already know—use multi-layered data so you can confront multifaceted issues.
Explore Real Altum Data
Refer to the downloads below to test Altum data in your workflow or to explore the data with the tools you already use.
Raw GeoTIFF Data (1 Capture)Single Capture (24.4 MB)
Samples containing the unprocessed output files, as they are captured by the camera, one 16-bit RAW TIFF file per band (based on 12-bit data) (six images: blue, green, red, red-edge, near-infrared, and LWIR thermal).
This sample data was collected from 120 m AGL.
Complete FlightFlight (4.7 GB)
A full flight over an orchard at 120 m (~ 400 ft) with images captured with 75% overlap. It includes captures of a calibrated reflectance panel.
OrthomosaicOrthomosaic (520 MB)
This specific geotiff was captured in fall 2018 in Eastern Washington, and images a number of different crops.
Included with the geotiff for optional use is a QGIS project file and a set of GDAL Virtual Raster files that can display various renders and indices of the data using the free QGIS program. There is more information about this in the README file included in the download.