The early detection of each individual pine tree suffering from the Pine Wilt Nematode disease is possible in a very early stage, before any visual symptoms appear, using affordable remote sensing techniques.
Early & automated detection of Pine Wilt Nematode to safeguard European forests
By combining EO data, remote sensing technology and agricultural experience we can truly enhance the potential and support the entire agri-food sector!
Remote sensing for agriculture! A history with a bright future
Unravelling the spectral signals of sugar beet plants captured by drones
Searching for disease-resistant sugar beet varieties
We can do more with the wealth of information drones provide us about our field trial plots than simple averaging.
Applying spatial models to better examine plant traits
By integrating a versatile AI workflow into MAPEO we are speeding up the development of new plant trait products!
Developing an object detection workflow for drone imagery
Drones provide a tool for automated flower counting in the orchard which is useful to optimize flower thinning processes in order to increase fruit size and promote return bloom in the following season.
Drone-based flower count in fruit orchards
Drone-based phenotyping helps us to understand in what plant developmental stage(s) and in what magnitude, our products can stimulate plant growth
How Aphea.Bio is using drones to evaluate biostimulants
Make your own integration kit and capture multispectral data with a low-cost drone.