The Sentera NDVI upgrade transforms the DJI Phantom 4 Pro into a powerful precision agriculture scouting tool. Weighing in at 30 grams the Sentera NDVI sensor features a global shutter for distortion-free near-infrared (NIR) images used to produce accurate normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) and normalized difference red edge (NDRE) crop health maps. Combined with the Phantom 4 Pro high-resolution 4K 20-megapixel RGB sensor a grower can quickly scout a plot of land to identify plant stress and deficiencies before they become critical enabling them to increase crop yields.
PHANTOM 4 PRO NDVI AG KIT FEATURES
DJI PHANTOM 4 PRO DRONE
The DJI Phantom 4 Pro is DJI’s latest state-of-the-art transport sized drone with advanced features like forward, backward, left & right looking obstacle avoidance, downward positioning systems and visual active target tracking flight modes. The DJI Phantom 4 Pro also features an incredible 7 km flight range, flight times up to 30 minutes, and a 3-axis stabilized camera gimbal.
Your DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone will be transformed into a precision farming tool by adding the 1.2MP Sentera NDVI Single Sensor — the smallest, lightest precision agriculture sensor available today. It offers high-megapixel performance and a global shutter for crisp, clear aerial data collection. It’s the best way to collect NDVI data using a DJI drone.
Our software solution, AgVault unlocks the value of crop health imagery captured on the Mavic NDVI kit. Fly the DJI Mavic using AgVault Mobile, then organize, store, view, annotate, and share images with teams and partners expanding the circle of impact. AgVault is compatible with all popular agricultural analytic tools, creating a seamless flow of imagery and data from capture to detailed analysis.
PHANTOM 4 PRO NDVI AG KIT
The Phantom 4 Pro NDVI AG Kit (powered by Sentera NDVI Single Sensors) allows growers to capture high-resolution RGB color and NIR imagery used to create powerful and precise NDVI or NDVE crop health maps. Armed with this powerful crop intelligence data an agronomists can perform precision targeting of deficient areas, map them and make critical input decisions to increase crop yields.