Sentera - Plot Analytics


As part of our FieldInsights solutions, Plot Trial analytics enable analysis of each individual plot in your field, delivering plant-level measurements and insights. Customers can capture the data on their own, and our team works with customers to capture the highest quality of data, and and produce data processing deliverables. Flight Services from Sentera are available to plan and capture missions for you.

By navigating to the Sentera Product Catalog via the links below, get more information about each of our analytics for Plot use cases, including:
  1. Recommended Use Cases
  2. Supported Crops
  3. Deliverables
  4. General Requirements
  5. Data Capture Requirements 


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