Traditionally, field and crop damage has been measured by manually walking through the fields and assessing the damage. This is a time-consuming and labour-intensive process, and it can also be dangerous, especially if the fields are large or if there are hazards such as livestock or machinery.
Iprosurv uses drones to map fields and crops, which allows them to collect data much more quickly and easily.
This data can be used by farmers and insurers to make better decisions about how to manage the damage and how to recover the crop with minimum disruption and delay.
In addition to being faster and safer, drone mapping also produces more accurate data than traditional methods.
The drone’s sensors can capture data from a much wider area, and they are less susceptible to human error. This means that the data produced by drone mapping is more reliable and can be used to make more informed decisions.
Overall, Iprosurv’s drone mapping technology offers a number of advantages over traditional methods of measuring field and crop damage.
It is faster, safer, and more accurate, and it can produce data that can be used to facilitate better decision making.