RGB Field Map (visible color). This is a regular color map of your field. It is useful to compare the RGB map to the NIR and NDVI maps so you can see how stressed areas appear to the naked eye. Available in .tif and .kmz formats.
NIR Field Map (near infra-red spectrum). A map of your field in the near infra-red (NIR) range of the electro-magnetic spectrum. NIR light is invisible to the human eye, but strongly reflected by healthy vegetation, so it serves as a good indicator of plant health. Available in .tif and .kmz formats.
NDVI Field Health Map. Your NIR field map processed through the NDVI yields our Field Health Map. The Normalized Difference Vegetative Index (NDVI) accentuates the extremes of your field’s crop health. This graphic index is relative, meaning it establishes a graphic scale from the most healthy to the least healthy vegetation within the given map. You must ground truth in order to attribute actual values to this scale. Available in .tif and .kmz formats.
Management Zone Report. Derived from the Field Health Map, your map of relative plant health is further processed to produce a scaled grid. This is produced as a vector file so it can be input into standard Ag management software and used as a template for variable rate applications. Available in .shp and .kmz formats.