Last Monday, we launched Airamap, our web-based precision mapping analytics software. W have been developing this software precisely to cater to aerial mapping and remote sensing landscape in this region.
We published a sneak peek of Airamap, basically, we talked about some of the amazing features of Airamap. Today, we will explore all about it on the uses of Airamap, how Airamap can help to optimise your business and how you can get started with Airamap.
Precision agriculture is one of the reasons why Airamap was built, in order to cater to the agriculture industry in this region, especially in Malaysia and Indonesia. This is due to the lack of software in the market that is suitable to be used for local farming data.
One of the impressive features of Airamap is the ability to automatically assess the mapping data and tagged the tree count. This is suitable to be used in oil palm and durian plantation.
This process is done automatically by Airamap’s AI-powered engine which ensures accuracy and fast-paced processing.
Other than that, Airamap can be utilised extensively to analyse multispectral or NDVI heat map which contains invaluable insights to the conditions of your plant health and condition.
To read more about multispectral imaging and NDVI, you can do so here: Multispectral Imaging: Uses And Application.
Airamap has been used by some of our clients before it was launched and it is found that generally, the analytical results can help them to increase the harvest yield, detect problematic trees and plan replanting operations.
In construction and land survey operations, it is very important to observe and analyse the site topography to ensure the operation can be taken with regards to the safety.
As such, Airamap helps to process the raw data taken from the remote sensing collection to be translated into topography and elevation maps.
These maps are essentially important for building construction and Airamap delivers accuracy with data taken with RTK drones such as Phantom 4 RTK which has the centimetre-level positioning accuracy.
This will ensure the developers can get a bird’s-eye view of the site to give them a better understanding of the area’s elevation, and next, taking measures to ensure the project would run smoothly.
This elevation maps (also can be in form of DTM, DSM, DEM and etc) are also being used extensively in quarry and mining sector.
You check out Airamap features, simply just by creating an account in Airamap platform. To do so, click here to head towards Airamap homepage and you will be given a sample data to explore further.
Get to know in details about Airamap features by going through the user guide. If you are interested to subscribe to a free trial, you now can check out the free trial packages here.