We capture precise images of crops using satellites, fixed wing aircraft, and drones, leveraging the latest near-infrared and thermal cameras to detect crop vigor, variability, and pests and diseases on any sized farm
The images and data taken during each capture are stored in the Pollen Cloud and analyzed by Pollen Agriculture Technicians with our patent-pending agricultural analysis software
You receive timely feedback and recommendations to help your farm be as efficient, productive, and profitable as possible.
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As an Agricultural Technologist on the team, I mainly do two things that keep Pollen Systems flying: researching crops and drawing maps! I am often studying ways to improve our analysis and best serve our customers.
However, the bulk of my work during the Pacific Northwest growing season is analyzing imagery collected by our pilots and packaging it into periodic updates for our customers.
My process begins with importing thousands of aerial images into Pix4D Mapper, our software of choice for composing a single mosaic that we can work with...Read more
Pollen Systems is on the cutting edge of agricultural technology, and this summer marks my third year as Pollen Systems’ primary drone pilot in Washington and Oregon. If you are one of our clients, then you may have seen me on site previously with a Phantom 4 Pro, but our latest tool is a DJI Inspire 2 with a MicaSense Altum sensor, which has the multispectral and RGB imaging that clients have traditionally received, plus we have sharper imaging and now have the availability of thermal readings.
I live in Moses Lake but travel throughout Washington and Oregon...Read more
This past Memorial Day weekend the promise of great trout fishing in the Snake River led us across Washington state into Idaho and entertained us all with beautiful sites along the way. As the buildings and cars faded from view, the land opened up. The air got a bit fresher. The atmosphere a little quieter and colors more pronounced. But nothing stood out more than the glowing, yellow canola fields.
When I hear “canola” I immediately think of the oil we cook with but come to find out there are many more reasons for growing this beautiful crop besides impressing us travelers. So, I did some research...Read more
Our biggest challenges are water conservation and optimizing water stress and consistent vigor in our wine grapes. The collection and analysis of the types of imaging captured by Pollen Systems, the communication, timeliness and the ability to be out at the same time every week created a customer-service driven solution that met our needs.
Sadie Drury, Vineyard Manager, Seven Hills Vineyard