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Low-Resolution Imagery: From Acquisition to Analytics

We often share information about our medium-resolution imagery data sources and processing chain, as it provides key insights for those who need analytic data to understand field variability and make decisions. Both medium- and high-resolution vegetation index (VI) maps offer a snapshot of the crop’s variability and status on that day. And while today, medium resolution satellite constellations offer more and more snapshots, the true, high-quality monitoring can only be done using daily measurements at low-resolution.

Click the full-screen icon on the SWAY presentation below to learn why combining data types (low and medium/high) is the ideal approach in farm management to empower decisions based on daily, objective, crop condition information.

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