Ceres Imaging

More operations are turning to aerial imagery to manage complex irrigation systems more efficiently but not all aerial imagery offers the level of precision needed to capture information a producer needs in his field. From research partnerships to the industry’s most precise thermal cameras, Ceres Imaging, Omaha, Nebraska, is equipped to provide actionable insights on irrigation—whether identifying pressure issues or optimizing system design for variations in soil and terrain. Ceres Imaging can be used for issue detection—pinpoint clogs and leaks before they impact your crop; distribution uniformity—identify and address overwatering and underwatering; irrigation strategy—optimize system design and scheduling for terrain and soil conditions; and variable rate application—automatically generate management zones from aerial data and then import directly into your applicator technology. For more information, call 888-313-3705 or visit www.ceresimaging.net.

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