A year in highlights from the Pix4D Agriculture team
In 2018 we grew the team, launched two products for agriculture and much more. We bring you a breakdown of Pix4D Agriculture highlights.
Drones measure climate change’s impact on agriculture
Scouting, mapping or collecting data - drones are proving to be a vital tool in assessing and mitigating the effects of climate change.
5 questions to ask before trying Pix4D’s Crane Camera
Companies like VolkerWessels, Bouygues and Vinci are already using Pix4D’s Crane Camera solution. But is it the right solution for you?
Clearing the way: 3D modeling the Wabasha St landslide
Unstable rockslide debris closed a busy street and was a risk to both the public and engineers. A UAV was the best way to assess the site.
Flying solo: a one-man 115km long aerial highway survey
Who owns the trees along a highway? When the roading authority and the local government can’t come to an agreement, drone maps can help.
Digital agriculture with Parrot Bluegrass Fields
An end-to-end agricultural drone solution delivering insights to boost crop quality and maximize yields from Parrot and Pix4D.
Do more GCPs equal more accurate drone maps?
Adding more ground control points takes time but means more accurate drone maps. Or does it? The Nevada DOT conducted a trial to find out.
DJI Phantom 4 RTK: next gen accurate drone surveys
The DJI Phantom 4 RTK processed with Pix4D is a major step forward for photogrammetry.
Mapping chimps: Drones and the future of conservation
Chimpanzees are one of our closest cousins - and are at risk of extinction. Drone mapping is giving them another chance.
Boosting 4D project management with drone mapping
True 4D project management is achieved with a combination of BIM and drones.
Optimizing the ROI of fungicides with NDVI imagery
White mold can destroy a season’s profits. Yet over-correcting is expensive. Can a custom variable-rate prescription map boost ROI?
Volcanoes and caves: Mapping the past with Pix4D
How did ancient humans react to volcanic activity? With a National Geographic grant and Pix4D, a team of scientists is working to find out.