High-resolution multispectral and RGB composite drone sensor for plants classification, weeds identification, environmental research and conservation, and vegetation analysis of water bodies.
The dual solution features the RedEdge-P and the new RedEdge-P blue cameras.
The DLS light sensor and CRP reflectance panel are one of a kind in the market and allow accurate and reliable data in varying light conditions, enabling time series analysis.
On all 10 lenses that withstands vibration without degrading image quality. The global shutter of the RedEdge-P dual allows for distortion-free image captures.
CFexpress card of 128 GB storage enables up to three captures per second and immediate turnaround time between flights by swapping cards.
Synchronized capture of all 10-bands, automatic triggering and geotagging of images for efficient flight times and easy post-processing.
The RedEdge-P dual bands cover Landsat 8 and Sentinel-2 satellite bands (~10 m / 32 ft per pixel) at an enhanced spatial resolution of 2 cm / 0.8 in. It enables the use of many indices already created using satellites.
The RedEdge-P dual multispectral kit comes with a Calibrated Reflectance Panel (CRP) and a Downwelling Light Sensor (DLS). These radiometric calibration tools account for different weather and light conditions, providing data that enables reliable time series analysis and comparability of outputs over time.
The RedEdge-P dual‘s panchromatic band enables high-resolution RGB and multispectral imagery for machine learning applications, such as early-stage crop counting.
The RedEdge-P dual is compatible with the DJI Matrice 300 drone. The camera features an open API interface for easy integration with most flight planning and post-processing software, including Measure Ground Control.
Simultaneous capture of all bands, enabling multiple high-resolution outputs and indexes, such as RGB, NDVI, NDRE, OSAVI, NIT, CIR, DSM and more.
MicaSense series sensors are manufactured in the U.S. (NDAA compliant) and employed at academic, private and government institutions worldwide since 2014.