Reduce costs, improve yields
In today’s market, the growers who stay profitable are the growers who never stop improving.
Precision agriculture analytics
An effective precision agriculture strategy relies on data that’s accurate, relevant, and easy to use. Ceres Imaging provides actionable insights to streamline daily tasks and guide your long-term strategy.
- Cumulative Stress Index
- Custom zones
- Sensor integrations
- Plant-level insights
- Targeted sampling
- Water Demand Maps
- VRA tool
- Tree count
Cumulative Stress Index
The Cumulative Stress Index is a scorecard of total orchard health, revealing where yield may be most impacted by stress. Use the index to identify the most vulnerable areas of your operation, evaluate the ROI on addressing issues, and protect the long-term health of your business.
Custom zones take our powerful analytics tools a step further, aggregating crop health data into meaningful units for key farm management decisions. Custom zones are tailored to your business needs and instantly responsive: start with a view by irrigation zone to guide scheduling adjustments, then drill down to individual blocks to set scouting priorities.
Optimizing irrigation depends on seeing the full picture of variability across your operation. That’s why Ceres Imaging offers seamless integrations with the in-field sensors you already use—including moisture probes and weather stations. With your farm data in one place, it’s easier than ever to uncover opportunities to improve uniformity and make the best irrigation decisions for your business.
Unlike other providers that analyze data only at the field level, Ceres Imaging delivers insights on crop health down to the individual tree or vine. This enhanced precision unlocks the ability to quantify changes—so you can measure progress, uncover trends, and evaluate the impact of your management strategy.
Accurate yield estimation is simpler and more efficient with sampling recommendations from Ceres Imaging. Our targeted sampling tool uses your aerial data to identify the best locations for sampling and the most streamlined approach to collecting measurements—saving you time and preventing costly errors.
Best-in-class aerial imagery
We’re the industry leader in high-resolution multispectral imagery built specifically for agriculture. Our customers benefit from our rigorous attention to detail at every step—from data capture to imagery delivery.
By measuring reflectances in multiple visible and near infrared bands, our Chlorophyll Index provides insights into plant nitrogen content in-season. More sensitive to nutrient differences than NDVI imagery, the Chlorophyll Index informs targeted tissue sampling, early yield predictions in row crops, and fertility management.
Color infrared (CIR) imagery incorporates near infrared (NIR), green, and red reflectances, resulting in a clearer display of vegetation and soil than RGB color imagery. Growers use CIR imagery for early-season monitoring of emergence, canopy density, and soil composition or water content.
Unlike similar products derived from satellite data, scientific-grade imagery from our plane-mounted thermal cameras reveals minute differences in temperature at a plant level. Ceres Imaging can accurately detect temperature differences of 0.1 degree Celsius between plants, with an absolute accuracy within 1 degree Celsius—the most accurate thermal imagery available for agriculture.
Ceres Imaging integrates seamlessly with farm management software and in-field sensors.
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The difference between Ceres Imaging and other technologies I've used is the help I get from their expert team.
With Ceres Imaging we can take a more targeted approach to applying fertilizer and nutrients.
These flights can cover way more ground and provide more insight than a dozen soil moisture probes — and it's cheaper to implement.
The average Ceres Imaging conductance measurement from its imagery over the season has provided the best correlation with applied water.