In this episode of Geospatial Genius, see how Felipe Alfaya, from Alvaz in Brazil, uses LP360 software to process drone survey data for agricultural applications
All around the world, LP360 drone enables customers to process and perform quality control on both LiDAR and image data gathered using drone surveying equipment. For nearly two decades, GIS professionals have trusted LP360 to simplify the extraction of information and generation of deliverables within a user-friendly GIS environment.
Our Geospatial Genius Feature highlights how industry experts utilize LP360 to process their drone LiDAR data. Each episode showcases the software’s benefits and advantages, along with valuable tips and favorite features shared by professional users.
In this episode watch how LP360’s featured expert user, Felipe Alfaya, a Remote Sensing Specialist from Alvaz in Brazil, uses LP360 Drone software to process, analyze, and maximize drone survey data for agricultural applications. Here, Felipe explains how LP360 can help analyze LiDAR data collected from corn fields to calculate plant canopy, height measurements, and structure design of the crop. Please note, this video is in Portuguese with English subtitles:
In the latest edition of Geospatial Genius, Felipe Alfaya, a Remote Sensing Specialist from Alvaz explains how the company uses LP360 drone software to analyze LiDAR data collected from corn fields can provide accurate plant canopy and height measurements, as well as structure design of the crop.
“We use LP360 in projects for calculating plant canopy and structure design,” Alfaya explains. “But we have some research projects that we are still developing that are not yet ready for the market, and we intend to use the TrueView LiDAR, designed for several other agricultural applications that involve plant structure.”
The software tools in LP360 help analyze and provide direct structural information, making it an ideal tool for agricultural applications that involve plant structure. By creating an elevation model of the area being analyzed, LP360 can capture the smallest details of the plant structure and provide valuable information such as the tallest and shortest plant measurements, average height, and standard deviation.
Traditionally, plant height measurements were done with an RGB sensor and photogrammetric processes, which could only provide information on the plot height average. However, with LP360, detailed information on individual plants, plot lines, and the plants in the plot can be obtained. This level of detail allows for more precise analysis of the crop, which can help optimize crop management practices and increase yields.
In addition to providing accurate measurements, Alfaya says that LP360 also offers the benefit of quality control and reliable customer support. “For us, one of the benefits is the optimized and reliable software,” he said. “You know that every time you process new data, it will execute the way you expect it to. When you need support, the team is very helpful and responsive in answering questions and helping to find solutions”
If you’re interested in learning more about the agricultural applications for TrueView 3D imaging systems and the processing power of LP360 Drone, please schedule a time to speak with one of our helpful representatives.