RedEdge Sample Data

On this page we will dive deeper into examples of imagery captured by the RedEdge Sensor.

Key Features

01. Five narrow spectral bands captured during flight.

02. High image resolution; 8 cm/pixel at 400 ft (120 m).

03. Calibrated for precise, repeatable measurements.

04. Full access to raw data; outputs can be generated using a wide variety of processing and analysis platforms.

Calibrated aligned layers

RedEdge-MX works well with both multirotor and fixed-wing platforms. One flight is all it takes to generate RGB color, NDVI, and advanced vegetation index layers. And, because it is calibrated, you can get an accurate picture of change over time in every output.
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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.

Chlorophyll Map

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Ultimate Guide to Using Multispectral Imagery in Agriculture

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Explore real RedEdge Data

Refer to the downloads below to test RedEdge data in your workflow or to explore the data with the tools you already use.

Raw GeoTIFF Data (1 Capture)


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) (five images). This sample data was collected from 400 ft AGL with a resolution of 8.2 cm per pixel.


Complete Flight

FLIGHT (3.11 GB)

This is data from an actual flight. It was flown with 80% overlap at 200 ft AGL, with a resolution of 4 cm per pixel. It can be stitched in Pix4D or other photogrammetry solutions.




This is a fully processed output in GeoTIFF format. This sample data was collected from 400 ft AGL with a resolution of 8 cm per pixel. Each layer of the GeoTIFF file is registered to all others at the pixel level. Note that these images may not open correctly in some image viewers. They are intended to be viewed using GIS software (ArcGIS, ArcMap, QGIS ...).