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Walking an entire field to monitor the stage of crops, is time-consuming, and error-prone. MicaSense sensors can capture data faster, which enable the detection, on a quantitative basis, of potential issues with things like water, pest, soil, and fertilizers. Learn how MicaSense sensors and solutions give you the tools you need to provide professional and valuable services to your customers.


Provide insights on water management

The combination of multispectral, high-resolution RGB, and thermal imagery can provide powerful insights into water management. For example, color composites using the NIR band (like CIR) can help users identify overly damp areas in an intuitive way. In addition, areas that are benefiting from excess irrigation (due to leaks, pooling etc) will be highlighted.

Provide land use recommendations

One of the advantages of a calibrated multispectral sensor is the generation of aligned outputs, which can be used to create digital surface models. A DSM provides insights into land uses and terrain elevation, factors that can influence agricultural practices and even determine which crops to plant in order to take advantage of land conditions.



Identify crop stress

The early signs of plant stress are not apparent in manual scouting but can be highlighted earlier and more accurately by the different vegetation indices form from the visible and invisible spectral bands captured by a multispectral sensor.

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Provide insights on water management

The combination of multispectral, high-resolution RGB, and thermal imagery can provide powerful insights into water management. For example, color composites using the NIR band (like CIR) can help users identify overly damp areas in an intuitive way. In addition, areas that are benefiting from excess irrigation (due to leaks, pooling etc) will be highlighted.
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PROVIDE LAND USE RECOMMENDATIONS

One of the advantages of a calibrated multispectral sensor is the generation of aligned outputs, which can be used to create digital surface models. A DSM provides insights into land uses and terrain elevation, factors that can influence agricultural practices and even determine which crops to plant in order to take advantage of land conditions.
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Identify crop stress

The early signs of plant stress are not apparent in manual scouting but can be highlighted earlier and more accurately by the different vegetation indices form from the visible and invisible spectral bands captured by a multispectral sensor.

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Integrations

Integration Kits for RedEdge-M, RedEdge-MX and Altum

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Processing Solutions

Learn about the many options available to process data from our sensors.
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Changing the Game in Australia with FluroSat and MicaSense RedEdge

Using advanced multispectral data from the MicaSense RedEdge and remote sensing techniques, a key cotton producing region in Australia is gaining a first mover advantage in improving yields by 20% and reducing fertilizer costs by 30–35%
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