Phytomappers Pro,: A Master Class for Mapping Plants With Drones
1 December 2020 - 2 December 2020
Phytomappers Pro was created to scale drone education for agricultural and other related verticals, such as scientific, forestry, and environmental consultancies. This course walks step-by-step through everything you’d need to know to get started mapping plants professionally, including:
• The theory behind vegetation indices, such as NDVI
• Best-practices for image capture
• Drone and camera hardware
• Mission planning software
• Image processing and data outputs using Pix4D
• Cloud tools
• Example datasets
We teach you how to map plants with drones. That’s all we do and we try to be the best at it.
Please note this course can be started at any time and is not constrained to the dates above
Who is this masterclass for?
Drone Service Providers
Know what clients expect, how to best capture that data for them, and how to present completed mapping data. With this class you can go from having never flown for ag before through delivering perfect results for farms and commercial agriculture clients.
For users in organizations that are involved commercially with plants and want to adopt drone technology, we can guide existing programs to better results and help teams start from scratch and build effective processes.
Researchers & Academics
If you want to adopt drone mapping technology into your lab or course and aren’t sure where to start or how to get the best results, we present comprehensive options and documentation for a variety of use cases.
Dr. Gregory Crutsinger
Dr. Crutsinger has a PhD in ecology and was a tenure-track professor as a major research university before joining the drone industry. He has worked for some of the leading drone hardware and software companies to help integrate education, analytics, and the plant sciences.
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