Farm Drone Sensor Showdown

Your Complete Guide to Crop Cameras for Drones
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Your complete guide to the drone camera options on the market for agriculture

Requirements

  • No

Description

We know that drones are powerful new tools for the agricultural market, but it can be difficult to navigate which cameras are the best ones for farm mapping.  The Farm Drone Sensor Showdown is your master guide to multispectral drone cameras.  These are specialized cameras that are purpose built for vegetation imagery.  They have special lens and filters specific to capturing the wavelengths of light that crop interact throughout the growing season. This class will get you up to speed quickly and educate you if you are interested in becoming a professional in drones for farming.

Who this course is for:

  • Drone service providers, commercial farmers, agricultural companies, academics and researchers, students

Course content

1 section13 lectures55m total length
  • Welcome to the Class
    02:34
  • Lecture 2: Parrot Sequoia
    05:50
  • Lecture 3: Micasense Rededge
    05:16
  • Lecture 4: Micasense Altum
    03:02
  • Lecture 5: DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral RTK
    07:50
  • Lecture 6: SlantRange 4P+
    05:50
  • Lecture 7: Notes on Modified Cameras
    04:21
  • Lecture 8: Sony Smart Agriculture Solution
    05:10
  • Lecture 9: Aerovironment Quantix
    02:44
  • Lecture 10: Sentera AGX710 and Other Sensors
    04:47
  • Lecture 11: Other Companies
    03:46
  • Lecture 12: Tips to Think About for New Cameras
    03:23
  • Lecture 13: Wrapping Up
    00:46

Instructor

Commercial Drone Professional and PhD-level Plant Scientist
Gregory Crutsinger
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 56 Reviews
  • 2,142 Students
  • 1 Course

Greg is the founder of Scholar Farms, which specializes in using drone training for aerial vegetation mapping. He has also acted as the emergency drone data lead for three major wildfires in California. His company was founded from extensive experience in academic research and teaching, as well as the commercial drone industry. Prior to Scholar Farms Greg worked for leading drone hardware and software companies in Silicon Valley. While serving academia, Greg was an Assistant Professor of Ecology.