Ability to cover 2 800ha in a single flight (2cm/pixel resolution, 150m altitude).

  Possibility to switch sensors on the same UAV (hyperspectral or multispectral).

  More rapid, accurate and repeatable collection of aerial data than traditional methods as satellites.

Need.
Mapping a field can be done with a satellite, but the cost is so high that many farmers can affort it only very few times a year.
Mapping can also be performed with a tractor, but subsidiences will quickly put a break on the exercice, without considering the low speed of a tractor and the produced CO2.

Solution.
The SB-4 Phoenix, being totally eco-friendly, appears then as the best alternative, and the return on the investment will be quick.

  Ability to cover 2 800ha in a single flight (2cm/pixel resolution, 150m altitude).

  Automatic breakdown of the harvest by quality.

  Savings in terms of fertilizers, water and other nutriments.

Need.
Mapping a field can be done with a satellite, but the cost is so high that many farmers can affort it only very few times a year.
Mapping can also be performed with a tractor, but subsidiences will quickly put a break on the exercice, without considering the low speed of a tractor and the produced CO2.

Solution.
The SB-4 Phoenix, being totally eco-friendly, appears then as the best alternative, and the return on the investment will be quick.

Hyper Spectral Imaging

Hyperspectral imaging (HSI), combined with enduring and light drones, is a good fit to address large-scale diagnosis and monitoring of farmlands. This cutting-edge technology relies on a unique combination of scientific insights spanning the fields of IT, remote sensing and nano technology.

Sensor features
Configuration: Snapshot, Snapshot dual-head or line-scanner (1)
Spectral Range: 450nm - 950nm (1)
Spectral Resolution: Up to 100 channels(1)
Pixel size: 5.5 μm x 5.5 μm
Dynamic range: 60 dB
Max. frame rate: 16 - 30 Hz
Exposure time: 20μs to 20ms
Metadata: All images are time-stamped and geo-tagged
Storage: SD card
(1) . Depending on the selected sensor.

Multi Spectral Imaging

Multispectral imaging (HSI), combined with enduring and light drones is a more affordable fit to address large-scale diagnosis and monitoring of farmlands. This cutting-edge technology relies on a unique combination of scientific insights spanning the fields of IT, remote sensing and nano technology.

Sensor features
Configuration: Snapshot
Spectral bands: 5 (Blue, Green, Red, Red Edge & Near-IR)
GSD (1): 8 cm / pixel (per band)
Max. frame rate: 60Hz (1fps) (2)
Pictures features: RAW (12 bits)
Metadata: All images are time-stamped and geo-tagged
Storage: SD card
(1). GSD: Ground Sample Distance, at 400ft (~120m).
(2). 1 capture = 5 photos at the same time, 1 per band.