Increase the harvest with precision agriculture
Population growth and climate change bring new challenges into one of the oldest industries of the world. The answer lies in new tools which increase your harvest by precise crop management. One of them is MapTiler, which can process data for your applications.
Dawn of precision agriculture was closely tied with the emergence of accurate GPS devices as well as the availability of UAV for a wider audience. Information about soil fertility, irrigation, pesticides and nutrients used combined with remote sensing and weather forecast can help you to control your fields and predict future progress. With precise map and GPS devices installed in combine harvesters can farmers’ navigate accurately throughout his fields and increase harvest efficiency. Yield map is also important for future planning and prescriptive planting.
Everything starts with data collection. This can be done by UAV or using satellite imagery. Drones equipped with an infrared camera and sensors displays crop yield, moisture, organic matter content, nitrogen and other substances levels. Imagery for the precise map can be created from satellites or drones or by combining more layers together. In a moment you need to transform your imagery into a map, MapTiler enters the scene.
By drag and drop images into MapTiler, setting few parameters and rendering you can get output in form of online map. This can be uploaded to cloud services like Amazon S3 or Google Cloud, but also to your own servers or integrated into your application.
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Use your data in GeoEditor mobile app in the field. Download the app from the store and try it now. The GeoEditor can be also modified for your business purpose, tailored to the needs of your customers and released under your company brand on the mobile app stores.Download free app Get source code
Are the data processed and you are searching for a solution to finalise your product? Use MapTiler mobile app, where you can directly import data from MapTiler and can be integrated into the final product for agronomists.