Introduction to ENVI Crop Science
The ENVI Crop Science platform contains remote sensing analytic tools for precision agriculture and agronomy, specifically:
- Get a total count of the crops in an agricultural field, along with their locations and sizes.
- Calculate the mean, minimum, maximum, and standard deviation of specific metrics for each crop. Examples include height or spectral index values.
- Create a shapefile of crop locations that were identified in an image.
- Create a grid showing the expected locations of crops, based on three specified points in an image.
- Identify rows within a field, along with the crops that comprise that row. Exclude weeds, grass, and anything else that is not part of the row.
- Identify gaps within a row, which correspond to missing crops.
- Create a hotspot image that shows the relative health of vegetation in a single field or a larger geographic extent.
- Create a developing hotspot image that shows the change in hotspot analysis for two dates.
- Create a classification image where the classes consist of management zones.
- Calculate the mean, minimum, maximum, and standard deviation values for each management zone.
- Create a shapefile of management zone boundaries and attributes.
ENVI Crop Science version 1.1.1 requires an installation of ENVI 5.5 Service Pack 1 or later.
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