Delivering Proven ROI & Immediate Value
Decrease flight time by 60%
Capture 9x fewer images
Pair with our Science-Grade Multispectral Sensors
Science-grade multispectral imagery with fast-frame rate performance combined with high radiometric accuracy for more advanced imagery.
Extend optics with pixel-level temperature measurement across all imagery, delivers even more precise insights to power critical decisions.
Get sharper imagery with the ultra-high-resolution aerial sensor purpose-built for seamless drone integration.
Cut Project Time by 8x
Designed for precision and efficiency, the DGR System streamlines workflows so you can focus on what matters most — making critical decisions.
Capture Data More Efficiently
From pre-flight planning to in-the-air image capture to post-processing, the Sentera DGR System increases efficiency and reduces total project time by nearly 90%
Say Goodbye to Stitched Mosaics
With precision geolocation images, get spatially accurate maps in real-time right at the field’s edge – so you can skip stitching and start analyzing at the field’s edge.
Get Detailed Analytics
The Sentera DGR System seamlessly integrates with our 6X Sensors, designed to capture detailed multispectral imagery that’s translated into precise crop health and performance measurements.
DGR Sample Data Sets
Small Plot Corn
DGR System with 65R
DGR System with 6X
Real-World Field Analysis Example
|Altitude||120 M||120 M|
|Flight Time||45 minutes||17.5 minutes|
|Data Volume||29.0 GB||3.4 GB|
|Post-Processing Time||5 hours||10 minutes|
|Total Project Time||6 hours||43 minutes|
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Sentera today announced the appointment of Michael Stern and Anthony Osborne to key advisory and director roles on its Board of Directors, respectively.
Satellite and weather data can give a good indication of what’s happening at the field, and provide insights into why crops are performing the way that they are throughout the growing season.