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FarmLogs, TerrAvion Partner to Bring Low-Cost Imagery to Farmers
Basic Satellite Imagery delivers approximately one 10-meter resolution image, which is similar to a yield map, every two weeks.
Through this imagery, growers get an at-a-glance view of their fields’ health, which gives them the ability to quickly detect signs of stress and in-season issues before they can do more harm. Growers have the option of toggling between true color, color infrared, and NDVI images.
Premium Aerial Imagery offers ultra high-resolution (10 centimeters to 3.5 meters) data, which is captured by manned aircraft. This imagery gives growers a detail-rich look at what's happening in their fields. Armed with this information, it gives growers the ability to prioritize scouting and to spend less time in the field. Crystal clear, multilayered images are delivered 13 to 15 times throughout the growing season, which allows growers to identify field anomalies and to fix problems before they reduce yield. Growers have the ability to toggle between true color, color infrared, thermal, and NVDI images.
Both offerings can be added to any FarmLogs subscription plan through the FarmLogs web app. Basic Satellite Imagery is available as an add-on for $20 per month. It is also included in the FarmLogs Complete plan and includes the complete set of FarmLogs tools and features for $99 per month. Premium Aerial Imagery, which includes Basic Satellite Imagery, is available for $4.25 per acre, annually.
“We’re excited to work with TerrAvion as our imagery provider and to continue giving farmers access to everything they need to monitor fields, to track financial, agronomic, and marketing decisions and to run their entire farm all in FarmLogs,” says Jesse Vollmar, CEO and cofounder of FarmLogs. “Through this partnership, we are able to offer a cost-effective way to utilize complimentary high-quality imagery solutions that give our customers the best of both worlds.”
Both offerings will be available for the 2019 growing season. To learn more, visit FarmLogs.com.